Verdor

Top performance in Southern Europe

  • Alfalfa.
  • Dormancy class 8.0.
  • Excellent adaptation to the Mediterranean area.
  • Has outperformed Aragon in Spanish trials.
  • Better persistency.
  • Better disease resistance.
  • Produces better dry matter yields.
  • Officially listed in: France, Turkey, Spain.
  • Flemish type
  • Semi-non-dormant type
  • Non-dormant type

VERDOR is a non-dormant variety which makes it an excellent variety for use in warm climates with very mild winters. Verdor is very winter active resulting in an early first cut and prolonged production period in the autumn.

 

Verdor was registered in Spain in 2002 after a testing period of 5 years. It appeared that Verdor outclassed Spain’s most common ecotype variety Aragon significantly. Thanks to Verdor’s outstanding persistency and excellent disease resistance (Anthracnosis) , the variety maintained a high annual production level.

Verdor is an erect growing variety with high resistance to lodging. The variety shows a nematode resistance of 29%. It also shows a high salt tolerance.

 

Guaranteed top yields with Yellow Jacket Rhizobium coating

Yellow Jacket Rhizobium coating is Barenbrug’s enhanced seed coating for lucerne. Using new technology, high levels of effective Rhizobia are embedded in a protective polymer matrix. Together with a nutrient booster containing all essential minerals and trace elements, this product is designed to improve establishment and increase forage production.

 

Reasons to use Yellow jacket:

  • Improved establishment under difficult conditions.
  • Better use of available water and soil moisture.
  • Increased disease resistance.
  • Improved nitrogen fixation.
  • Increased forage and protein yield.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Trial results of Verdor tested in Southern France:

 

 

 

For extra information about Yellow jacket enhanced seed coatings, click here.

Specifications
Species:
Medicago sativa
Dormancy class:
8.0
Seed rate:
25 - 30 kg/ha
Packaging:
25 kg bags
Yellow Jacket:
available
Yield
Persistency
Feed quality
Nematode resistance
Lucerne

Lucerne (or alfalfa) is a deep rooting crop, highly suitable for cultivation in dry areas. Livestock farmers mainly use lucerne for high protein hay and silage production or for direct feeding to cattle. Another application is processing of artificially dehydrated lucerne.

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