Bellmondo


Variety adapted to drought conditions. Affila-type peas affiliated with high port and late adulthood. Productions produced: 4500 – 5000 kg / ha.

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Technological advice

Preferably, sowing in March: Well placed seedbed sown 4-6 cm deep.
Frequently can occur Ascochyta, staining spotty necrosis.
It is controlled by seed and certified seed treatments.
As insect, pea aphids and garglesm ay occur. Systemic treatments are recommended, type Dantop.
Please systematicly control culture and intervene if necessary. Call our advice.
Be careful culture not to be too dense.
A good crop lives you in the ground over 120 kg / ha, which, in the current crisis is a successful solution for the following wheat crop rotation.[/success]

Sigalia

Not genetically modified soybean, early determined growing that obtained, under the conditions of 2010 production, between 3300 and 3800 kg / ha. It is adapted to drought conditions.

Average production in 2010


100% = 3.040 kg/ha
Sourse: Streifenversuche, LK-Burgenland, 2010

Average production in 2010


100% = 4.410 kg/ha
Sourse: AGES Viena, Early varieties “00”, 2010

It shows high resistance to Peronospora attack.
It is tolerant to spider attack.
It releases the land early (on or around 15 September) and can leave to the ground more than 100 kg N
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Camilla

Obtained productions: 4500 – 4800 kg/ha.
Highly resistant to fall.

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Technological advice:

Preferably sown in March, on seedbed well placed to depth of 4-6 cm.
Diseases: Frequently, staining may occur as necrotic spots. It is controlled by seed and certified seed treatments. Like insects, aphids and weevils may occur. Systemic treatments are recommended, type Dantop. Please systematicly controll culture and intervene if necessary. Call our advice. Be careful the culture not to be too dense .
A good crop lives in the ground over 110 kg / ha, which, in the current crisis is a successful solution for the following wheat crop rotation.[/success]

Paula

PAULA malting barley variety with maturity later than TUNIKA is internationally approved and recommended for the production of beer of the highest quality.
Recommended to all land cultivated for malting barley crop with very good resistance to mildew, confirmed by excellent production and quality at different locations on different soils due to stable genetic traits. Average size of plants: 80-90 cm.

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Tunika

Specific barley for dark beer production. It is suitable for feeding.
It is an early variety with short fault and very good resistance to lodging. It confirmed the excellent behavior in different locations on different soils.

Fertilization with nitrogen / dry areas / fertil soil / soil poor (Kg a.s./ha)
at sowing / 60-80 / 30-50 / 50-70
at straw formation – / – / (0-20)

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Morphological and physiological characteristics:

Variety of spring with 2 rows of beans, well-formed.
Early spring barley variety from which a high quality malt can be obtained.
Of all the varieties, TUNIKA has the most stable genetic characteristics, is recommended to be cultivated on all land specific for barley beer.
High capacity twinning.
Average plant size: 80 – 90 cm.[/success]

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Cultural characteristics:

planting dates: south, west and south-east: early spring as soon as you can get to prepare the ground
reduced time to sow: 130 – 160 kg/ha (300 b.g/mp)[/success]

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Such cultivation is not indicated after early legumes because, by increasing the nitrification process, more nitrogen is accumulated in soil, which adversely affect quality malt.[/success]

Floradur

Very important and high quality variety, maintaining itself from 2001 in top of all official tests regarding the efficiency of durum winter wheat. Combination between production, leaf health and high quality reduces crop risks and encourages producers decision on this variety.

It is very proper also for poor soils, has good reaction to fetilisers and it is sufficiently resistant to drought.

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Morphological and physiological characteristics:

Modern variety of Premium winter wheat grown on surfaces highly differentiated in terms of climate – very resistant to frost. Very drought resistant variety, the variety known as “camel” (due to self-capacity water consumption) very good disease resistance. Late maturing variety, resistant to sprouting in the ear.
High capacity twinning.
Average plant size: 110 – 120 cm (recommended treatment with growth regulator during twinning).

Productions:
biologic potential: 10.000-12.000 kg/ha
undertaken production: 8890 kg/ha
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Quality characteristics:

hectoliter weight: > 80
MMB: 43 – 49 g
Protein content: 14 – 16%
Wet gluten content: 35 – 40%
Falling index: 260 sec

Cultural characteristics:
Sowing time
South, west and south-east: 01.10 -10.10
Hilly areas and northern area: 20.09- 01.10
Part-time sowing: 110-150 kg/ha(300 b.g/mp)
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