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Blend 4440

The premier certified alfalfa blend in the Canadian prairies

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Blend 4440 is a mixture of premium, certified alfalfas specifically developed to combine the strengths of our best varieties: high yields, superior winterhardiness, disease resistance, multi-foliate expression, and unique rooting habits such as branch root, sunken crown and creeping root characteristics. The unique strengths of this blend offer suitabillity to a wide range of growing conditions. Demand the best, insist on BLEND 4440 ALFALFA

Characteristics

Variety

Blend 4440

Use

Hay

Key Features

  • Blend of certified varieties
  • Widely Adapted
  • High Yield Potential
  • Excellent winter hardiness
  • Disease resistance

Limitations

  • Bloat hazard
  • Needs good drainage

Environmental Tolerances

Winter Hardiness

Very Good

Drought Tolerance

Good

Flooding Tolerance

Low

Optimum PH

6.0-7.8

Acidity Tolerance

Low to Moderate

Alkalinity Tolerance

Moderate to High

Salinity Tolerance

Low to Moderate

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