Perennial ryegrass varieties available from Barenbrug Australia

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Array NEA2

Perennial Ryegrass
  • Highest feed availability in late-season perennial ryegrass pastures.
  • Dairy, beef cattle and sheep.
  • Grazing quality pastures through summer.
  • High quality silage production.
  • Standout new variety to replace Impact 2 and compliment Maxsyn.
  • A new benchmark for warm season perennial ryegrass performance.
  • 8% yield improvement over Matrix SE in 18 years’ worth of trial data. (six trials of three years each)
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4front NEA2

Perennial Ryegrass
  • Tetraploid perennial ryegrass for high performance
  • Provide long term pasture for highest productivity
  • Ideal for dairy, beef and sheep
  • Graze well into summer
  • Silage and hay production
  • Late to very late heading for retained feed quality
  • Improved performer for Bealey, Viscount
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Maxsyn NEA4

Perennial ryegrass
  • Mid-late diploid perennial ryegrass
  • Highest performing perennial ryegrass released by Barenbrug
  • Excellent warm season growth and heat tolerance
  • Densely tillered and persistent
  • Adaptable and reliable over years of testing & development
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Rohan SPR NEA2

Perennial Ryegrass
  • Diploid perennial ryegrass
  • Exceptionally densely tillered
  • Late flowering (+18 days vs. Nui)
  • Tough, resilient ryegrass
  • NEA2 endophyte
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Perennial Ryegrass
  • Tetraploid perennial ryegrass
  • Late flowering (+19 days)
  • Rapid establishment with very-high total pasture yield
  • Superior early spring production
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Perennial Ryegrass
  • True perennial ryegrass
  • Very late flowering (+25 days)
  • Excellent winter and summer growth
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Perennial Ryegrass
  • Excellent autumn, winter & early spring production
  • Leafy summer production, unlike Victorian & Kangaroo Valley ecotypes
  • Improved utilisation in spring when compared with Victorian SE perennial ryegrass
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