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Excellent variety for silage

JOSEFINA is a new barley variety that was released by INTA in Argentina. It is a multipurpose, malting barley grain that performs very well as a wet or dry grain. It is also ideal for whole plant silage due to its high grain production. It adapts as well to grazing purposes, yielding forage at a very early stage.

Due to its short growth cycle, the land is free to be used for a second crop 15 days earlier than with other cultivars. This results in an earlier fallow and planting of soybeans. This allows the variety to fit in tight crop rotations.

JOSEFINA is an excellent choice for silage due to the fact that it has a very high grain and total biomass production, and it has a very high silage dry matter content. 



Good adaption to all regions

With a yield 10% higher than other varieties in
late plantings, CAP7302 stands out for its high
yield potential and its short cycle. It has a very
good resistance to the diseases Drechlera teres) and Rhynchosporium secalis and is moderately susceptible to leaf rust (Puccinia Hordei).

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Grown for harvest and cover crop

While the plants are grown for their grain harvest, barley is also commonly grown for livestock or as a cover crop. Whether wishing to make their farm more sustainable or hoping to grow barley for its use in beer making, 6-row barley plants, are specifically debated for their use.

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