Lolium westerwoldicum

Westerwold/annual ryegrass

Conservation made easy

Easy conservation
Whether for hay or silage MAGLOIRE is easing the procedure due to excellent lodging resistance, sufficient stems in the canopy and the higher dry matter percent characterizing diploids.

High quality protection
With very high resistance to bacterial wilt (Xanthomonas) - 92% res. plants with standards at 67-77%. The rust resistance is far better than most other varieties, the quality and safety of the forage production is increased. High resistance to Drechslera (leaf spot) further completes the wide resistance of MAGLOIRE.

Very big first cut
High dry matter yield right from the first cut after spring sowing or late autumn sowing.

High production in the first cut in all conditions and the option to obtain one or two cuts more where needed.

  • 92 % bacterial wilt resistance
  • Very high lodging resistance
  • High dry matter for easy conservation
  • Superior leaf spot tolerance


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

Rust tolerance
Salt tolerance
Spring growth

Relative dry matter yields

Source: Official testing, Geves (France)

Lodging and rust resistance

Source: Official testing, Geves (France)
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