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Winter rye

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High yielding population rye

Benefits:

  • High yield in all growing regions as well as in intensive as well as extensive cultivation
  • Very good initial development and winter hardy
  • Good health: very low susceptibility to ergot
  • High stock density due to optimal tillering
  • Excellent earliness through many grains
  • Good suitability as bread and feed rye

Variety characteristics:

(Officially confirmed or respectively in line with Bundessortenamt)

Grain yield level 1 (extensive): 4
Grain yield level 2 (treated): 4
Thousand grain weight: 5
Grains per ear: 4
Crop density: 6
Crude protein content: 5
Threshing ripeness: 5
Plant height: 6

bad / early / short / low
good / late / long / high

Usage:

  • Grain use
  • Biogas- and fodder production
  • Protection against erosion
  • Ground water protection / Nitrogen conservation

Agronomic features:

Weed suppression: 7
Protection against erosion: 8
Ground water protection / Nitrogen conservation: 7
Humus formation: 7
Cold- and frost resistance: 9
Drought tolerance: 5
bad / early / short / low
good / late / long / high
Type of root Tuft root

Cultivation recommendations:

Recommended sowing rate Early sowing 160 - 200 grains/m²; Normal sowing, e.g. 190 - 250 grains/m²; Late sowing, e.g. 240 - 300 grains/m² - depending on location!
Sowing depth 2-4 cm
Sowing period Mid september to the end of october - depending on location
Fertilization  130 - 160 kg N/ha (incl. Nmin)
Crop protection Fungicide treatment in EC 39-49, with high infection pressure with Rhynchosporium treatment split EC 32 and 49; Growth regulator depending on the location of individual treatment in EC 37-39 or double treatment in EC 31-32 and EC 39-49
Sowing method Drill seed is recommended

30.07.2019 11:37:51 // 9.00 - Breeder: P. H. Petersen Saatzucht Lundsgaard GmbH

Cover crop programme 2019