• The all-terrain oat

    It is the most widely cultivated oat for its adaptability and production regularity. Red grain, good tillering, medium resistance to lying down and high production. It is sown from October to February.
  • Horse bean variety of high productivity. Produces long upright pods, with 3-5seeds. Average grain size with approximately 700 seeds/kg. Cultivation fully machinable, recommended for animal-feed grain production, fodder or sidereal manure.
  • It belongs to the new generation of Westerwoldicum ryegrass. Obtained by Semillas Batlle, it has been included in the List of Spanish Commercial Varieties in 2001. It is distinguished by its excellent performance in tests, great adaptability, good yield and quality.


    Quick implantation with excellent performance in autumn, though if planted in spring also gets high yields. This new variety features for its excellent yields. In our tests exceeded by 10% the most popular current varieties. In autumn exceeds by 8% the production of the witnesses and in spring by 12%. In the official registry tests it has behaved as the most productive variety in the last two campaigns.
    • Good resistance to rusts and Xanthomonas. Acceptable cold resistance..
    • Not too susceptible to lie down. High dry matter content. Good sustainability within its group. Excellent root system that improves the organic matter content of the soil.
    • Number of grains per gram: 350-400. Seeding rate: 30-40 kg/ha.
  • Triticale can be grown on a very wide range of soils and at high altitudes compared to other forages. Triticale can also be under sown with grass. Triticale is generally taller than Wheat and exhibits faster spring growth therefore it tends to be more competitive towards weeds.
  • Dual use special Triticale, both for forage and grain. Very early. It presents very good health. Tall stature and good resistance to lying down because of its thick cane. Long and large spikes. Recommended for forage and livestock producers.

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