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Triumph

Triumph is a high yielding, winter hardy swede which makes for an excellent autumn and winter feed. It has a good uniform shape and also offers the benefit of good resistance to club root and mildew.

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Main uses 

  • High energy winter grazing for cattle and sheep
  • Ideal for out-wintering systems

Key benefits 

• Outstanding winter hardiness
• High yielding with excellent D-value
• Strong clubroot resistance
• Yield and energy combination means one hectare of Marian is equivalent to 7 – 10 tonnes of barley
Sowing rate 2.5kg/ha (1kg/acre) conventional drill
Sowing time Mid-May to late June
Sowing depth 15mm (½ inch) or broadcast
Sowing instructions –       Drill into a fine tilth

–       Moist and warm soil conditions

–       Roll before and after drilling for good soil-to-seed contact

 

Additional comments Where broadcasting sow at 5kg/ha (2kg/acre)

Where precision drilling Grade H seed, sow at 350-850g/ha (150-350g/acre)