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DAIRY - BEEF - SHEEP

Full-leaved late tetraploid bulbing with very good early vigour. Proven very palatable to grazing animals with good disease resistance.

High leaf to bulb ratio resulting in high levels of protein. Tankard bulb shape to enhance utilisation.

BARABAS is a variety which has been very successful wherever it has been used throughout the UK and with some farmers proclaiming as the best stubble turnip variety they have encountered!


Sowing rate: 

Spring sown at 3kg/acre (7.5kg/ha) for high leaf percentage

Autumn sown at 2kg/acre (5kg/ha) for larger bulb percentage


Pack sizes: Available in pack sizes of 5kg or 25kg

Stubble Turnips Barabas

The product

ADVANTAGES

  • High leaf to bulb ratio resulting in high levels of protein
  • Full-leaved late tetraploid bulbing with very good early vigour
  • Proven very palatable to grazing animals with good disease resistance
  • Early maturing (60-90 days) for excellent summer / winter feed

MANAGEMENT ADVICE

  • Plant two-thirds of the crop area in early maturing Barabas and one-third in late maturing variety Barcoli at the same time (not together) to provide high quality summer feed that can be grazed from 60-150 days after sowing.

In the bag

100% Barabas - Stubble Turnip

Information

Utilisation: Graze in situ

Sowing period: Spring & Autumn

Utilisation period:  Summer & Winter

Days to maturity:  60-90 days


Features

10/10 Silage
10/10 Short term
10/10 Sheep
10/10 Dairy
10/10 Beef
10/10 Autumn sheep grazing
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