TORP

Winter wheat

TORP

Extraordinarily productive fodder wheat

Benefits:

  • Outstanding grain yields, top class in the EU varietal tests 2014 and 2015
  • TORP achieves its superior yield through a high number of grains per ear
  • Medium-late, short-stalked intensive type with very good standability
  • Ideal after leaf crops as well as after stubble wheat, not recommended after maize
  • Particularly cultivable also on livestock farms with high N-replenishment from organic fertilizers
  • Excellent leaf health and standability
  • Recommended for medium to better locations in Northern Germany

Variety characteristics:

(Officially confirmed or respectively in line with Bundessortenamt)

bad / early / short / low --- good / late / long / high
Thousand grain weight: 5
Crude protein content: 1
Falling number: 4
Ear per m²: 5
Grains per ear: 9
Resistance to lodging: 7
Plant height: 3
Threshing ripeness: 6
Ear emergence: 5
Sedimentation value: 2

Usage:

  • Grain use
  • Biogas- and fodder production

Agronomic features:

bad / early / short / low --- good / late / long / high
Weed suppression: 6
Protection against erosion: 8
Cold- and frost resistance: 9
Drought tolerance: 5
Type of root Tuft root

Cultivation recommendations:

Recommended sowing rate Early sowing approx. 220 - 240 grains/m², normal sowing approx. 270 - 310 grains/m², late sowing approx. 350 - 400 grains/m²
Sowing period Middle/end of September until middle of October - depending on location!
Fertilization 210 - 230 kg N/ha - count in nitrogen mineralization!
Crop protection According to preliminary results, TORP is not tolerant to CTU preparations
Sowing method Drilling after careful soil processing ensure good field emergence.

20.09.2018 09:54:49 // 2.00

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