Spyder

Best in One-Cut Management Conditions

Spyder is an improved variety selected for its strong dormancy, excellent winterhardiness and improved disease resistance with the creeping rooted trait. It is a synthetic variety developed from a cross of a spreading-type alfalfa onto an elite yielding variety. Yield potential is consistently better than most creeping rooted varieties on the market and it also demonstrates a maturity with slightly quicker regrowth.

Characteristics
Variety Spyder
Use Hay & Pasture
Root Habit Creeping root
Plant Type Upright
Preferred Growing Conditions Drier regions
Production Period Spring – Fall
Key Features
  • Excellent winterhardiness
  • Creeping-rooted type
  • Good regrowth
Limitations
  • Bloat hazard
  • Needs good drainage

 

Winter Survival and Adaption
Fall Dormancy 1
Winter Survival 1
Stand Resistance Excellent
DRI 27

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