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Colonia Superior Mutic Spike Soft Wheat

This wheat is the alternative proposal for farmers looking for a forage wheat that allows them to ensile or hay a product with high nutritional values and pronounced digestibility. It is a non-alternative wheat with good tillering power and pronounced leafiness. It has high disease resistance and extremely high biomass production. It is directed both at bioenergy and cattle feeding. It is a wheat suitable for all areas.

Punti di forza


Plant height: tall
Vegetative cycle: late
Alternativity: winter
Spike type: mutic
Grain specific weight: high


Fusarium: resistant
Brown rust: resistant
Yellow rust: resistant
Septoria: moderately resistant
Powdery mildew: moderately resistant

Agronomic indications

Use: hay, forage silage, bioenergy
Cultivation areas: north-central-south Italy
Sowing rate: 200 – 220 kg/Ha
Sowing period: autumn

Cultural recommendations

Fertilization: based on the availability of organic inputs (slurry, digestate)
Autumnal needs: N 50/60 units/Ha, P2 O5 80/90 units/Ha; K2 O 80/90 units/Ha
Spring needs: N 100/110 units/Ha


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