New! NexTrit™ (Beardless)

Spring Silage Option with Fall & Winter Grazing Potential

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Advantages:
  • Tall Structure
  • Good hay and silage production
  • Late maturity
  • Can be grazed later than most wheats
  • Good winterhardiness
Management:
  • Higher fertility leads to a greater tonnage and quality at harvest
  • Plant and manage winter triticale the same as winter wheat
  • Responds well to spring irrigation


TAMcale 5019 (Bearded)

Proven Variety, Strong in Texas

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Advantages:
  • Good for early planting
  • Drought tolerant
  • High frequency of disease and insect resistance
  • Excellent forage production
  • High tonnage for silage and hay
  • Adapted to the Southern Plains



TriCal® Gainer 154 Brand (Bearded)

Top All-Around Variety

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Advantages:
  • Early maturity
  • Short plant height
  • Good straw length
  • Very good winter hardiness and fall seedling vigor
  • Tolerant of Rust
  • Prostrate fall growth habit
  • High silage yields
  • Good silage quality
  • Adapted throughout the Great Plains


TriCal 813 (Beardless)

Hard to Beat

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Advantages:
  • Medium maturity
  • Semi-erect fall growth habit
  • Very good fall seedling vigor
  • Good winter hardiness and straw length
  • Tolerant of Rust and Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus
  • High silage yields
  • Adapted to Southern and Central Plains


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Office: 806.698.0282

Cell: 806.368.1136

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