A king of poor soils!
- A new variety of DANKO triticale with a traditional straw length. It is especially recommended for cultivation in poor and very poor soils.
- No. 1 for poor soils!
- High and stable yields throughout the country.
- Very good resistance to most triticale diseases, in particular to brown rust, ear fusarium and ear blight septoria.
- The grain has a high falling number, which makes Avakado very resistant to pre-harvest sprouting (the level of the Fredro variety).
- Very good winter hardiness – 5.5 on a 90 scale
- High MTZ, good uniformity and a low offal content.
- Medium-early variety with a very good tillering capacity.
- The recommended sowing rate in optimal term is 300-350 germinating seeds per 1 m2, ie 150-175 kg / ha. In the case of early sowing and intensive cultivation technology, the rate should be reduced by 10%. In the case of delayed sowing, the sowing rate should be increased by 10%.
Main agricultural and utility characteristics
|Time of ear emergence||medium||Protein content||4.0||Good|
|Time of ripening||medium||Lodging resistance||7.1||Good|
|Height of the plant||traditional||Winter hardiness||5.5||High|
|Weight of 1000 grains||high||Sprouting resistance||6.0||High|
|Snow mold||7.4||Good||Leaves septoria||7.3||Good|
|Brown rust||8.4||High||Ear fusarium||8.2||High|
|Yellow rust||8.4||High||Foot diseases||7.6||Good|