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Autumnal Forage Pea Gracia

This variety has high biomass and adapts well even in less fertile soils.
It has high resistance to winter cold (up to -20°C) and can be sown even in spring, with typical spring cold (-8°C).
It has excellent resistance to shattering and to the most common fungal diseases.
This pea is suitable for association with cereals and grasses to obtain palatable, digestible forage with high protein content.
Its vegetative cycle is late maturing.


High forage protein content
High biomass produced
Good disease resistance

Agronomic indications

Use: baled, silage
Earliness: late
Seed color: dove
Sowing rate: 150 – 160 kg/Ha
Sowing period: October-February

Cultural recommendations

Soil preparation: superficial tillage, fine soil on the surface
Optimal sowing depth: 2 – 3 cm – roll after sowing
Fertilization: according to soil analysis
Needs at planting:
N 20/30 units;
P2 O5 60/70 units/Ha; K2 O 50/60 units/Ha
Prefers soils with pH from 6.5 to 7.5


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