Can also be grown successfully in less favoured areas. Its excellent tolerance to fusarium diseases and its good adaptability to late sowing make it particularly suitable for sowing after maize.
A prolific triticale, which owes its potential yield to its high thousandths and hectolitres. It is an early maturing variety with excellent bush emergence and good disease resistance. Its shorter stems make it less susceptible to bending. Its cultivation is recommended mainly for intensive farms.
Good stamina, less prone to bending. Good bush vigour. Due to its alternative nature, it has a rapid initial development in milder winters, which can be damaged by heavy frosts without snow cover later on. Not recommended for frost-prone areas exposed to frost. Sowing time: early sowing should be avoided, late sowing in the second half of October is recommended, but it can also be sown in November. Suitable for early spring sowing up to 10 April. Seed rate: 260-300 kg/ha, recommended sowing depth 4-5 cm. Spring head manure is recommended to be applied in two parts (end of February, end of April). Fusarium resistance is good, but it is a poor pre-sowing crop and should be protected in weather favourable to epidemics.
High yield under a wide range of growing conditions. High drought tolerance, excellent tillering ability. Valuable, healthy animal feed material. Excellent genetic yield: in 3 years of trials by the NÉBIH it outperformed the average of standard varieties by 6%. It is resistant to the main fungal diseases, has good weed suppression, making it suitable for organic production and is an excellent drought tolerant variety. It is similar in character to GK Rege, but with lower straw and earlier. It will be available on the market from 2021 at all levels of lodging.
A highly adaptable, economical variety, the leader in the domestic seed market. Its strong root and stem growth contributes to its drought and heat shock tolerance. Resistance to biotic and abiotic stresses in the Carpathian Basin. Very good fusarium resistance. Suitable for both food and feed uses. Recommended sowing date: October (can be sown from the end of September). Can be sown on all soil types. Seed rate: 220-280 kg/ha.