2016 Forage Wheat & Triticale

Many cereals species can be retained and conserved as valuable source of forage, to later feed livestock in periods of feed shortages. Some cereal species and varieties are better suited to specific forage applications over others, depending on their quality, growth habit, environment and seasonality.

The following varieties produce high levels of dry matter, and are suitable for production of silage and hay

SUNLAMB WHEAT

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  • Late maturing awnless long season spring wheat, suits early April planting
  • Suitable for grazing, fodder and grain production
  • Excellent leaf and stem rust resistance
  • Very good yellow leaf spot resistance (MS-MR), offering an early sown wheat option for planting into cereal stubbles.
  • Excellent Septoria tritici blotch resistance
  • ASW quality classification for Northern and South Eastern NSW Zone
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Astute Triticale

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  • Very high and stable grain yield
  • Large bulky leaf
  • Well suited to medium-high yield potential environments
  • A suitable replacement for Hawkeye, mid-season maturity for planting from late April onwards.
  • Acid soil (aluminium) tolerance, and excellent CCN resistance
  • Good resistance to stem, leaf and stripe rust
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Endeavour Triticale

  • Semi-awnless dual purpose winter variety
  • late season, Ideal for early sowing, grazing and later season fodder production
  • Exceptional drymatter production
  • Good disease tolerance, very tolerant to acid soil