SUMMER AND WINTER PASTURES
White Oats Bonaerense INTA Maná
It has an excellent fodder and grain production. Its cycle is shorter than Calen INTA. It is resistant to tipping and it is also resistant to leaf rust (Puccinia Coronata). And it is more resistant to stem rust (Puccinia Graminis). It is very resistant to cold and it has an excellent re sprout.Due to its great amount of dry matter production and its high grain yields and its sanity performance is that this is a really good option to fodder storage.
White Oats Bonaerense INTA Calen
It is excellent to pasture and to produce grain. It has an intermediate cycle and it is a good tiller producer. It has high tolerance to cold and it has an excellent re sprout. It is very resistant to tipping because its height is about 90 cm. It is very resistant to rust stem. It is one of the most adaptable varieties of all.
They are tolerant to rust. They have a good fodder production during the first grazing.They are a very good pasture producer. They have a great rebirth speed. They are resistant to trampling. But they are not so resistant to cold as other species. They have a good performance in soft and dry winters. But their best performance is in autumn and spring.They are also called “Brazilian Oats” or “Black oats” because of the colour of their grains. Seeding density varies between 25 to 40 kg./ha depending on the soils and time of the year.
Fodder Barley Mariana INTA
This is the first barley variety of double grain row spike. It was obtained and registered in our country. It has a very high genetic resistance to the green cereal aphid. It has a high yield potential of green fodder all its cycle long. Its beginning growth is very quick, which is good because you can have a high production during the first pasture, at the beginnings of autumn.
This type of barley has a better grain performance than the fodder barley. The wet grain can be used for supplementation of dairy cows. Seeding density: 70-80 kg/ha.
It is very resistant and thought plant. It has a high tolerance to cold and drought. It has excellent sanity. It can resist stamping and pasture. Seeding Density: 50-60kg/ha.
Its principal characteristic is its high fodder production performance during autumn, winter and spring. It is easy to implantation. It has a high tiller production. It is very resistant to rust (Puccinia coronate y Puccinia graminis) and it is a good seed producer.
It is adaptable to both, heavy or light soils, but with good fertility. Its better performance is during winter and spring but it produces fodder all year long. It has good resistance to stamping. And it is easy to re seed. It has good tolerance to weeds. Seeding Density: Pure 8-15 kg/ha. Mixed 3-7 kg/ha.
It has an annual cycle. It is from Asia and tropical Africa. Its principal characteristic is to have flexible and long fibers panicle, which is used in the broom and brush industry. It is used as soil improver due to its adaptation to sodic saline soils
It is a well-known species in our country. It has an annual summer cycle. It has a short cycle (80/120 days). Its maximum high is 60 -100 cm. Its use is good to control summer weeds. It is a good predecessor to alfalfa, or other permanent pastures. Its seeding time is since September till January. Seeding density: 18-22 Kg/ha. Its main use is for hay production. The right time to cut is in the emergence of panicles because at this time is when you can get high quality forages.
It has an annual cycle. Its growth is during spring and summer. Its seeding time is since the beginnings of spring until the beginnings of summer. Your growth speed give you the possibility of having good pastures during all summer and autumn long. Seeding Density: 25-30 kg /ha.