- The yield distribution facilitates use for both grazing & cutting
- Very dense, maintains cover under grazing
- High rust tolerance to maintain palatability and production
- Relative yield increase with years
Very dense growth and yield distribution facilitates use for both grazing & cutting
The more homogeneous yield distribution avoids being overwhelmed in the spring. High ground cover keeps weed out and improves persistency.
High rust tolerance to maintain palatability and production
MAKURA confirm very high rust tolerance from trials in several countries. Important for preserving palatability and the yield and persistency.
Relative yield increase with years
MAKURA adds distance to the check varieties in terms of relative dry matter yield. Return on investment!
- Perennial ryegrass
Excellent yield distribution for both grazing and cutting. Diploid & intermediate with high rust tolerance.
- Listed/recommended in EU DE DK NL
Yield of feed units (FU) and dry matter (DM) in Danish official trials
Tystoftefonden, Beskrivende sortsliste 2020. Last row in % of the check mixture
|FU 1st year
|FU 2nd year
|FU 3rd year
|DM 1st year
|DM 2nd year
|DM 3rd year
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Species and varieties
We offer a wide range of healthy, quality forage grass species to optimize your milk and meat production. See all species here.
Perennial ryegrass 2n
High-yield diploid Perennial Ryegrass for temperate regions. Mixes with white clover. Varied types, diploid/tetraploid. Suitable for most soils.