Southern Fuels & Farm Supplies Ltd examine the recommended list every year, we pick out the top varieties on both yield and agronomic traits. We can help you the farmer to select the best variety for your site, situation and farming system.
Seeding rates, due to the variance of the thousand grain weight, seed rates vary dramatically from year to year. To work out the correct seedings rate use the equation below
( Target plant population x TGW divided by Est plant establishment % )
A Danish variety with very high yield potential. A later maturing variety, with good resistance to lodging and straw breakdown. Very good resistance to mildew and net blotch, with good resistance to brown rust and Rhynchosporium. Excellent grain quality.
A British variety with very high yield potential. Moderately late maturing. Moderately susceptible to lodging and susceptible to straw breakdown. Very good resistance to mildew with good resistance to Rhynchosporium. Moderate resistance to brown rust and moderate susceptibility to net
A high yielding, moderately later maturing variety. Good resistance to
lodging and moderate resistance to straw breakdown. Very good resistance
to mildew and net blotch. Good resistance to brown rust. Moderately
susceptible to Rhynchosporium.
A moderately early maturing variety. Moderately resistant to lodging and
straw breakdown. Very good resistance to mildew. Moderately susceptible
to brown rust. Good resistance to Rhynchosporium and moderate resistance
to net blotch.
A high yield potential variety with good resistance to straw breakdown.
Moderately susceptible to lodging. A moderately later maturing variety with
very good resistance to mildew. Good resistance to net blotch and
moderate resistance to brown rust and Rhynchosporium.