Westerwold ryegrass is an annual variety that can be sown in autumn to reduce nitrogen leaching before providing early spring growth.
Westerwold ryegrass can establish quickly and provide early spring growth when sown in the autumn.
This is an annual ryegrass, meaning it grows for one season, though is extremely effective at reducing nitrogen leaching over the winter period and is very winter hardy.
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Sowing period: Sown after cereals or maize
Utilisation period: Following spring and summer
Sowing rate: 14kg/acre
Average dry matter yield: 16 t DM/ha