It is a variety of alfalfa obtained by the Fundulea National Institute for Agricultural Research and Development, approved in Romania and Russia. It has a very high ecological plasticity, being adapted to different growing conditions. It is cultivated in areas with sunny arable land, with deep, permeable and well-aerated soils from the Romanian Plain, the Meadow and the Danube Delta, the Transylvanian Plain, the Western Plain -including the Banat Plain-, but also in higher areas. It is a semi-early variety with drought resistance.
The fodder is used as a green mass, hay and silo. The production potential is high (12-21 t / ha s.u. and 60-110 t / ha green mass). Maximum yield is obtained under irrigation conditions.
Degree of sprouting:
Average feed production: