High-yielding, healthy, winter-hardy!
- The newest winter triticale registered in 2021, characterised by a record-high level of yielding in Poland and Germany.
- Very good adaptation properties to various climatic and soil conditions.
- Performs best on medium-quality and better soils - class IIIa to IVb.
- It is a medium late variety with very good disease resistance. It has above-average resistance to stem base diseases, powdery mildew, brown rust, snow mold, rhynchosporium and ear fusarium.
- Panaso triticale has very good winter hardiness.
- It is a variety with shortened stems and good lodging resistance, but in the case of intensive cultivation technology, the use of a growth regulator is recommended.
- It has good resistance to pre-harvest sprouting.
- Characterised by beautiful, coarse grain (MTZ approx. 44 grams) with very good uniformity and density.
- It also has a high protein content - approx. 11-11.5%.
- The recommended sowing rate in optimal sowing term is about 270-300 germinating seeds per 1 m2 (about 130-150 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 late||Protein content||1,0||Short|
|Time of ripening||medium late||Sprouting resistance||4.3||Good|
|Height of the plant||medium short||Lodging resistance||7.4||High|
|Weight of 1000 grains||high||Winter hardiness||5.0||High|
|Snow mold||7.8||High||Leaves septoria||7,5||Good|
|Brown rust||8.1||High||Ear fusarium||8.3||High|
|Yellow rust||n/d||High||Foot diseases||7,7||High|