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Alfalfa Vanda

Combines high yields, thanks to the abundant number of highly foliated stems, and well-distributed production throughout the growing season, with the high quality of the produced forage.
It is a rustic and adaptable variety, relatively undemanding in agronomic inputs.
It has excellent disease resistance.


High longevity
High resistance to winter low temperatures
High stem/leaf ratio

Agronomic indications

Use: dry hay, dehydrated hay
Dormancy index: 4
Sowing rate: 35 – 45 kg/Ha
Sowing period: August-September, February-mid-April

Cultural recommendations

Soil preparation: deep tillage, fine soil on the surface
Optimal sowing depth: 0.5 – 1 cm – roll after sowing
Fertilization: according to soil analysis
Planting needs: P2 O5 120/130 units/Ha; K2 O 80/100 units/Ha
Prefers soils with pH from 6.5 to 7.5


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