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Dactylis Glomerata Zora

It is a variety characterized by excellent palatability and digestibility of fiber.
It can be used in association with other perennial grass or legume species for both hay production and intensive grazing. It has excellent persistence.


High nutritional value
Excellent cold resistance
Possible seeding at altitudes up to 1600 m

Agronomic indications

Use: hay, pasture
Earliness: medium-late
Perennity: 4 – 5 years
Sowing rate: 25-30 kg/Ha
Sowing period: September-November, February-March

Cultural recommendations

Soil preparation: surface tillage, fine soil on the surface
Optimal sowing depth: 0.5 – 1 cm – roll after sowing
Fertilization: according to soil analysis and availability of organic inputs (manure, digestate)
Autumn needs: N 40/50 units/Ha; P2 O5 70/90 units/Ha; K2 O 70/80 units/Ha
Spring needs: N 80/90 units/Ha


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