ARAMO

ARAMO

Lolium westerwoldicum

Westerwold/annual ryegrass

Very high yielding and suited for spring or autumn sowing

High dry matter production in all situations
Whether sown in the spring or in the autumn ARAMO has shown very high yielding capacity, right from the first cut.

Fair rust tolerance
ARAMO has shown a fair rust tolerance at the level of the best available varieties.

Persistency
According to the French classification, ARAMO is a "6-18 month classical type". This is the most requested type of annual ryegrass on market.
 

Use of Aramo
ARAMO is mainly recommended for use in pure stand for conservation as hay or silage - made easy with the high dry matter content of a diploid.
  • High production after autumn sowing
  • High production after spring sowing
  • Fair rust resistance, high dry matter content
  • Heading date like the majority of varieties

Ratings

Scale 1-9, where 9 = best or most pronounced

Rust tolerance
Persistency
Yield
Spring growth
Lateness

Adaptation to uses

Source:
 
Adaptation to uses  
Grazing Good
Hay Excellent
Silage Excellent
Green chop Good

Date and yield af sowing in the spring the spring

Source: Geves (France)
Spring sowing Heading 1st cut 2nd cut Total yield
Aramo June 23 Very good Very good Very good
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