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high-yield and stable green rye
Name addition
Winter rye
  • early and high dry matter yield
  • excellent stability
  • high elasticity enables improved erection and regeneration after load (e.g., snowfall)
  • fast and uncomplicated mowing
  • high feed quality


 General description
- - - - - - - - - - 0 + + + + + + + + + +

---- = very low resistance/early/short, ++++ = very high resistance/late/long

Classification Bundessortenamt
Mass formation after beginning of vegetation
Resistance to lodging
Plant height
Dry matter yield
Dry matter content

Agronomic features
Weed suppression
Protection against erosion
Ground water protection / Nitrogen conservation
Humus formation
Cold- and frost resistance
Drought tolerance
Type of root
Tuft root
Rooting depth
80 cm

Breeder
P.H. Petersen Saatzucht Lundsgaard GmbH
All variety descriptions have been prepared in accordance to the best of our knowledge, considering trial results and observations. A guarantee or a liability in individual cases is not possible, because the growth conditions are subject to substantial fluctuations.
Crop rotation suitability
Maize
++
Cereals
+
Oilseed rape
+
Sugar beets
+
Potatoes
+
Intensive crops
+
Legumes
+

Cultivation recommendations
Recommended sowing rate
Cover crop: 200 grains/m²; Feed use: early 250 grains/m², normal 320 grains/m², late 400 grains/m²
Sowing depth
2-4 cm
Sowing period
Early September until late October - depending on location!
Fertilization
40 - 100 kg N/ha
Crop protection
No need for herbicide and fungicide measures when used for green cutting. Growth control when required in bolting
Sowing method
Seed drilling secures high field rises

Breeder
P.H. Petersen Saatzucht Lundsgaard GmbH
All variety descriptions have been prepared in accordance to the best of our knowledge, considering trial results and observations. A guarantee or a liability in individual cases is not possible, because the growth conditions are subject to substantial fluctuations.

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