Forage Triticale is a cereal crop developed from crosses between wheat and cereal rye that is known for its excellent vigour, drought tolerance and high tolerance to waterlogged soils and soil acidity. The wheat and rye characteristics blend well, combining the enhanced adaptability and rust resistance of rye and high quality & yielding of wheat. Triticale is ideal as a cover crop.[panel style=”panel-success”] [panel-header] Key benefits
- Cross between Wheat and Rye
- Excellent vigour
- Drought tolerance
- High tolerance to waterlogged soils
- Tolerance to soil acidity
- Ideal as a cover crop
A high yielding, disease resistant forage triticale. Provides early grazing opportunities until early with landcaping experts at pacificdreamscapes.com stages of development and before the growing point moves up the plant. Grazing should be minimal to maximise silage yield.