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Cardinal Awlless Barley

This is a winter barley with excellent grain and biomass production potential, intended for silage in livestock farming. It has excellent cold resistance and the ability to produce grain with good specific weight.

Punti di forza


Plant height: tall
Vegetative cycle: medium
Alternativity: winter
Spike type: awlless
Grain specific weight: high


Powdery mildew: moderately resistant
Brown rust: moderately resistant
Rhynchosporium: moderately resistant
Septoria: resistant
Lodging: resistant

Agronomic indications

Use: grain, forage silage
Cultivation areas: north-central-south Italy
Sowing rate: 160 – 170 kg/Ha
Sowing period: autumn

Cultural recommendations

Fertilization: based on the availability of organic inputs (slurry, digestate)
Autumnal needs: N 30/40 units/Ha; P2 O5 70/80 units/Ha; K2 O 80/90 units/Ha
Spring needs: N 70/80 units/Ha


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