SIBEMOL

SIBEMOL

Medicago sativa

Alfalfa/Lucerne

Record high productivity with excellent nematode and lodging tolerance

Record high yield of dry matter and protein

Sibemol is listed in France with total dry matter yield higher than ever - with a yearly total of close to 18 tons!

The crop is growing the full season from spring to autumn, even when drought affects most other forage crops.

Sibemol is not prone to lodging

When weather delays the cutting the excellent standability of Sibemol will be highly appreciated.

It not only secures the yield, but also the feeding quality and avoid soil contamination and allows a faster working process.

Protection against nematodes and verticillium

Nematodes are a bigger and bigger threat, and choosing a tolerant variety like Sibemol helps preventing spreading and secures forage production.

Sibemol also exhibits very good tolerance to the common alfalfa disease verticillium.

  • Significant higher annual yield of dry matter
  • Very good standability
  • Very high total protein/ha
  • Excellent verticillium + nematode tolerance
  • Dormancy group 4

Ratings

Scale 1-9, where 9 = best or most pronounced

Winter hardiness
Yield
Protein content
Dormancy group
Verticillium
Standability
Nematode

Characteristics

Source: herbe-book.org Sept. 2016 (France)
Scale 1-9, 9 = best / non dormant

Relative dry matter yield

Source: herbe-book.org Sept. 2016 (France)
Relative dry matter yield
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