Bullet Annual Ryegrass is our rapidly establishing tetraploid annual ryegrass, with superior speed of establishment, cool season performance and excellent pasture quality. Bullet is densely tillered, upright growing and highly palatable tetraploid Westerwolds annual ryegrass that has outstanding performance.
- Quick winter feed
- Winter & spring grazing
- Specialist silage or hay crop
Ed MAX Annual Ryegrass is a rapidly growing annual ryegrass for winter and early spring feed. The early-season growth plus fast regrowth from Ed MAX should be advantageous for grazers and forage producers needing high-quality forage early in the season when other forages are not as active.
- Economic feed
- Specialist early autumn, winter and spring forage
ANNUAL RYEGRASS OVERVIEW
Our first choices are Bullet Annual Ryegrass and Ed MAX Annual Ryegrass, however there a great number of annual ryegrasses available.
Annual ryegrass are a temporary cool season feed which establish rapidly and provide excellent quality autumn, winter and early spring growth. A key strength of is its ability to provide additional high-quality feed during late autumn, through winter and until early spring compared to other ryegrasses.
A specialist winter feed, Annual ryegrass will persist for 6-10 months which the forage quality dropping in late spring with the onset of seed head emergence. Some annual ryegrass cultivars are bred for quick winter feed, flower early and die and are typically suited to winter rainfall and areas with hot, dry summers. Whereas other cultivars can be just as quick but continue to provide late season quality feed into summer if conditions are favourable.
With its ability to provide the bulk of its growth by early/mid spring, Annual ryegrasses are ideal for double cropping programs. This enables an early seedbed preparation and sowing of summer crops.
- Excellent winter and early spring growth
- Fast establishing feed
- Excellent pasture quality
- Suited to double cropping programs
- Early and late season feed varieties
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