La Crosse, Wisconsin

FSG 423ST Alfalfa

HQ logo web FSG 423ST alfalfa was selected for persistence and high forage yield from parent plants growing in the saline soils of the northern Great Plains. Due to it’s tolerance to saline soils, branching/tap root system, and great disease resistance package, FSG 423ST produces high quality, fine stemmed hay and tolerates variable soil types. FSG 423ST is adapted to the Great Plains, North Central Region and the winterhardy Intermountain Region of the United States. Not just for saline soil conditions, FSG 423ST alfalfa is an excellent choice for any area where a high yielding, superior forage quality alfalfa variety is desired.

  • Higher forage production under saline soil conditions
  • Fine stemmed with superior forage quality
  • Excellent persistence and winterhardiness
  • High resistance to stem and northern root knot nematodes
  • Widely adapted

 

CHARACTERISTICS
Fall Dormancy 4.0
Winter Survival 2.0 (Excellent)
Saline Soils Tolerant
Root Type Tap and Branch
Recovery After Cutting Fast

 

DISEASE / INSECT / NEMATODE RATINGS                       
Bacterial Wilt Highly Resistant
Fusarium Wilt Highly Resistant
Verticillium Wilt Highly Resistant
Anthracnose-Race 1 Resistant
Phytophthora Root Rot Highly Resistant
Aphanomyces-Race 1 Resistant
Wisconsin Disease Index 28 out of 30
Pea Aphid Resistant
Stem Nematode Highly Resistant
N. Root Knot Nematode Highly Resistant
S. Root Knot Nematode Resistant

 

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