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- Very Cold Tolerant
- Long Growing Season
- Consistently high forage yields
- Tested extensively in the South
- Plus + Improved Rust Resistance
Quality Winter Grazing - Long Grazing Season
|Passerel Plus VS Gulf Annual:
Passerel Plus has been observed in actual field trials
(Plantersville Alabama) to germinate quicker, grow faster and
become ready for grazing almost a month earlier than gulf
50 LB SIZES
Broacast: 30-35 lbs. / Acre
Drilled: 20-25 lbs. / Acre.
Fall Planting - Southern US areas
Spring Planting - Northern US areas.
Cows also seem to like the taste of the Passerel better than Gulf.
--- Passerel also lasted 2-3 weeks longer as temperatures increased.
||In some actual field trials (rancher) has out performed
- Marshal - Lbs. per acre = 4710
- Passerel - Lbs. Per acre= 6129
EXCELLENT HEAT TOLERANCE
See more Trial Data
and Forage comparison statistics.
1995-96 University of Florida Trial
Yielded #1 with 9320 lbs./acre production. Nearest
challenger was at 8730 lbs./acre.
Total Digestive Nutrients: 75.9% with 26.1% crude
protein as found at East Baton Rouge Parrish Extension Service
Planting Rate: 25 lbs/acre
When to Plant Sept/Oct
Method: Broadcast or drill into well prepared firm seed bed
1/2" deep. Broadcast or sod seed into warm season grass
Winter and Spring pasture for all classes of livestock
Excellent quality hay and silage. Often yielding two
Passerel Plus out-yielded well known varieties in University Yield
Read more about award winning PASSEREL
Additional information -
Trial data - Passerel Plus data
Above Data & Pictures Provided by
Pennington Seed, Inc.
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