Approved in Germany and Switzerland
The special features of RABBINI are the excellent Sclerotinia resistance and a low hydrogen cyanide (HCN) content (BSA Note 2).
The variety is winterhardy and durable and therefore well suited for the Alps. RABBINI is recommended on the Swiss list of white clover, and is identified as one of the best varieties with top rating for "cultivation suitability for altitudes" in Switzerland.
Even yield distribution over the growing season, with an upward trend in the autumn, makes this new variety ideally adapted to the changed climate conditions in recent years.
- White clover
Rabbani with low cyanide and high yield
- Listed/recommended in EU AT DE
Rabbani Results Swiss Testing
Results 2010-12 medium to small leaved varieties. Scale 1 = very high or good; 9 = very low or bad
|Adaptation to higher altitudes
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White clover thrives very well in soils with good water capacity. The yield on sandy soils is very high provided there is sufficient moisture from rainfall or irrigation.