ALFALFA: SW 6330 CHARACTERISTICS
ALFALFA: SW 6330 FACT SHEET

SW 6330

A high yielding moderately dormant variety of alfalfa with Resistance to Bacterial Wilt, Fusarium Wilt, Anthracnose, Phytophthora Root Rot, Spotted Alfalfa Aphid, Pea Aphid and Southern Root knot Nematode, SW 6330 is also moderately resistant to Blue Alfalfa Aphid and Stem Nematode.

Adaptation and Appearance
SW 6330 is a high yielding variety, with a fall dormancy rating of 6. After four harvest years at the New Mexico Agricultural Science Center, Clovis New Mexico this variety was rated 100% for stand persistence in a clay soil. SW 6330 is adapted to the Southwest and Great Plains regions of the United States. The mid summer and fall growth is erect, recovers rapidly after cutting and produces well in climate areas suited to a dormancy of 6 rating.

Production
SW 6330 topped the three year yield trial conducted by the University of New Mexico at its Artesia field station. It also did very well at Clovis, New Mexico and at Davis, California in University yield trials.

Flexible
This variety gives California, Arizona and New Mexico hay growers and dairyman a good yielding variety with the feeding quality of a moderately dormant alfalfa. Its stand persistence is excellent.

Variety Dormancy Bacteria Wilt Verticillium Wilt Fusarium Wilt Antherac Phytophthora Root Rot Spotted Aphid Pea Aphid Blue Aphid Stem Nematode Southern Root Knot Nematode Northern Root Knot Nematode

DISEASE/PEST RESISTANCE KEY:
HR: Highly Resistant
R: Resistant
MR: Moderately Resistant
LR: Low Resistance
S: Susceptible
– : Insufficient Data

FALL DORMANCY KEY:
1-9, with 1 being most dormant and 9 being least dormant

SW 6330 6 R R R R R HR MR MR R

 

Proven to be the highest yielding, Dormancy 6 Alfalfa tested in multiple University trials.

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Key Advantages

  • High yielding, high quality variety, fall dormancy rating of 6.
  • SW6330 is adapted to the Southwest and Great Plains regions. It yielded in the top group in trials at UC Davis in California and in Artesia and Clovis, New Mexico.
  • Highest yielding alfalfa in 3-year trial of 24 varieties at University of New Mexico, Artesia. (2005-07)
  • 100% stand persistence after 4-year University trial at Clovis, New Mexico in clay soils.
  • Well-suited for regions where fall dormancy 6-7 varieties adapted.

Major Pest Resistance

  • Fusarium WiltResistant
  • Bacterial WiltResistant
  • Phytophthora Root RotResistant
  • AnthracnoseResistant
  • Spotted Alfalfa AphidResistant
  • Pea AphidHighly Resistant
  • Blue Alfalfa AphidModerately Resistant
  • Southern Root Knot NematodeResistant
  • Stem NematodeModerately Resistant