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Excellent Winter Hardiness


2010 is a highly adaptable alfalfa variety that combines creeping rooted alfalfa that has adventitious stems designed for dry land conditions with a branch rooted trait that can tolerate wet soil conditions. The result is 2010 will perform well across variable land and in both hay and pasture stands.





Hay & Pasture

Root Habit

Creeping root

Plant Type


Preferred Growing Conditions

Drier regions

Production Period

Spring - Fall

Key Features

  • Excellent winterhardiness
  • Creeping-rooted type
  • Good regrowth performance across variable land


  • Bloat hazard
  • Needs good drainage

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