RENEGADE is an erect, early flowering, double cut red clover with improved resistance to southern anthracnose and downy mildew.
Renegade is classified as semi-dormant in winter growth habit, and provides more grazing than Ladino clover during hot summer months.
Renegade has been tested extensively across North America and received NMLVRB approval in 1990, US PVP in 1995, and is used in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
Renegade is a short lived forage perennial legume best adapted to temperate regions with high to medium rainfall. It tolerates more soil acidity and poorer soil drainage than alfalfa. It is best utilized for spring hay, silage, or as a component in polyspecies grass and legume mixes.
|MIN RAINFALL (mm)||650|
|DRYLAND||3 - 4|
|HIGH RAINFALL / IRRIGATION||5 - 8|