Mahulena is a festulolium dressed like a tall fescue. A top-yielding variety combined with excellent persistency, but better feeding quality.
As part of the genome is originating from Lolium, it has improved forage quality compared to pure tall fescue.
Stems in regrowth / aftermath heading
The almost total absence of stems in regrowth, is another parameter favorable for forage/feeding quality (see chart).
Mahulena is more robust than most other varieties used on grassland.
Withstands drought and water logging
Whether it is water logged soils in the winter or strong summer drought, Mahulena withstands both!
Robust, high yielding and persistent
- Listed/recommended in EU AT DE PL RU
- Lateness: Early
Specification and ratings
Top yieldsSource: BSA (Germany)
|DM 1st cut||100||115|
|DM other cuts||100||119|
Density & weed competitionSource: BSA (Germany)
|Density, average all cuts||5,5||7,4|
|Weed %, average all cuts||3,5||0,2|
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