Take advantage of the latest advances in breeding by adding new varieties to your business

Fresh from the 2017 crop, these new grass and clover varieties are now ready to order and bring new value to your business.

03/10/2017


Forage

Red clover HAMMON 
Scores highly for general impression, persistency, winter hardiness and anthracnose.

White clover BRIANNA 
Very large leaved with high total yield, and high persistency when cut.

Italian ryegrass PORUBKA 
Slow spring growth followed by good autumn growth – the ideal grass for undersowing in crops such as maize.

Smooth-stalked meadow-grass CHESTER 
High persistency and an even yield distribution.


Turf
Perennial ryegrass CLAUDINE 
High density with fine leaves and excellent rust resistance. Combines wear and ornamental characteristics.

Chewing’s fescue FULMAR 
Very fine-leaved and dense and a very high score for close mowing.

Smooth-stalked meadow-grass ANISHA 
Fine-leaved and dense with good wear-tolerance.


At least eight more new grass and clover varieties will also reach the market through the usual DLF distribution channels. This has been a very successful year and a vindication of our continued investment in R&D.