VERY RAPID GROWTH
GRAZER NOVA grows very rapidly after it has been sown. It was ranked first by BSA Germany.
VERY PRODUCTIVE VARIETY
GRAZER is a very productive variety and it yields an additional 35% at its first cut. GRAZER is also highly resistant to lodging.
EASY HAYMAKING, EXCELLENT CONSERVATION
As a diploid, dry matter content is about 2% more than in tetraploid varieties. This allows a faster drying time in the field and easier hay and silage storage without compromising the quality of the forage.
|Climate||Mediterranean — Warm and cool|
|Climate Resistance||Excellent adaptability|
|Disease Resistance||Exceptional resistance to blight|
|Qualities||Excellent palatability — High nutritional value|
|Use||Hay and silage|
|Seeding Dose||50-60 Kg/Ha|
Sowing Method: Rows of 13-18 cm, with variable seed amounts for the diploid (35-40 kg/Ha) and tetraploid varieties (40-45 Kg/Ha).
Sowing Depth: The sowing depth must not go below 2 cm.
Quantity of seeds: 35-40 Kg/ha; the highest dose should be used for heavier soil types or less sfable soil.
Precociousness — 15 days earlier than the average variety on the market
High efficiency — High nutritional value
Highly resistant to fungal diseases and collar rot
Highly aggressive towards weeds
Very rapid exsiccation
It responds very well to chemical fertility in the soil and fertilization activities
Excellent resistance to lodging
Suitable for spring sowing