FSG 415BR Alfalfa

  • Aphanomyces Race 2 resistance
  • Branch root type
  • Adapted to variable soil conditions
  • Stands up to wheel traffic pressure
  • High yield and quality potential
  • Excellent winterhardiness and persistence

FSG 415BR alfalfa with Aphanomyces Race 2 resistance excels on both poor and well drained soils, plus resists heaving and mechanical injury due to its branch root structure. A superior disease and insect resistance package, including high resistance to the major alfalfa nematode species, ensures wide adaptability from the Northeast to the Intermountain West. With high yield and forage quality potential, especially under less than ideal soil conditions, FSG 415BR gives you the flexibility to optimize your management decisions.

DISEASE / INSECT / NEMATODE RATINGS
Bacterial WiltHighly Resistant (HR)5*
Fusarium WiltHighly Resistant (HR)5*
Verticillium WiltHighly Resistant (HR)5*
Anthracnose-Race 1Highly Resistant (HR)5*
Phytophthora Root RotHighly Resistant (HR)5*
Aphanomyces-Race 1Highly Resistant (HR)5*
Aphanomyces-Race 2Highly Resistant (HR)5*
Wisconsin Disease Index30 out of 30
Stem NematodeHighly Resistant (HR)
N. Root Knot NematodeHighly Resistant (HR)
S. Root Knot NematodeResistant (HR)

*Based on the Wisconsin Disease Rating Index. This is a 1 to 5 ranking with 5 being the best.

CHARACTERISTICS
Fall Dormancy4.0
Winter Survival2.0 (Very Good)
Root TypeBranch
Recovery After CuttingVery Fast

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