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  • Big, flint-type kernels with high portion of starch
  • Combined use for grain or forage
  • Yield stability under limited conditions
DescriptionEARLY, FLEXIBLE AND STRONG IN STARCH

Grain maturityDE: ~230 / PL: 240 / CZ: 230 / RS: 210 / SK: 250
Silage maturityDE: ~220 / PL: 230 / CZ: 230 / SK: 230

Adaption
susceptible       resistant

Cultivation
Density, unirrigatedDE: 9 / FR: 9 / UK: 9,5 / PL: 8,5 / CZ: 8 / RS: 7,5 / SK: 8

Hybrid structure
Hybrid typethreeway cross hybrid
Grain type(flint) dent
early       late

Growth
weak       strong
short       tall
low       high
spread       erect
weak       strong
12       >20
24       >40
slow       fast
slow       fast

Resistance
weak       strong
weak       strong
weak       strong

Yield & Quality Grain
low       high

Yield & Quality Silage
low       high
low       high
low       high
low       high
low       high

Registered2007
Source: The rating is related to the results of official variety testings and own practical experience in different countries.



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