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Spring rye Bojko qualification C1
Spring rye Bojko qualification C1
Spring rye Bojko qualification C1
Spring rye Bojko qualification C1

Spring rye Bojko qualification C1

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  • Model variety in the research conducted by the Research Center for Varieties of Cultivated Plants. High disease resistance and suitability for organic farming.
  • Treated seeds.
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Seed breeding: HR Smolice

 

Properties:

  • population variety
  • canopy height: 153 - 128 cm
  • resistant to brown rust
  • highly resistant to mildew, blade rust, rhinitis, leaf septoriosis and chaff
  • it is not affected by ergot
  • thanks to its comprehensive resistance to fungal diseases it is suitable for organic farming
  • the variety is characterized by high (12.7–14.8% DM) protein content in grain
  • high falling number (258 - 260 sec.)

High disease resistance and suitability for organic farming - these and many other advantages were appreciated in 2019 at the competitions of the Agrotech fair in Kielce and the Central Agricultural Fair in Nadarzyn.

 

In the Bojko variety, a modern ionization system was used, allowing the variety to go into a generative state in a very wide temperature range. In the climatic conditions of Poland, Boyko can be sown at any time of the year and will always enter the generative state and produce ears and grain. The most effective sowing period for economic reasons is from September 20 to April 30. You can sow Boyko even in winter. Winter hardiness genes are also introduced into the variety, so wintering is not a problem.

 

Possibilities of use

  • main crop cultivation - for grain
  • intercrop cultivation, e.g. after maize and green forage
  • in legume and cereal mixtures
  • as a raw material for biogas plants in biomass production crops alternating with maize or sorghum


Economy

  • low cost of seeds
  • no fungicides are used
  • a variety perfectly suited to foliar fertilization

 

Yielding

The Bojko rye variety as a spring cereal with moderate fertilization at the level of 50 kg N / ha gives a yield of about 50 dt / ha.

In 2008, Bojko rye sown in spring was more fertile than the Wanad and Migo spring triticale varieties. Boyko grain is suitable for milling purposes and for fodder, it has a much wider use than spring triticale.

In 2009, Bojko rye sown in spring was more fertile than the spring triticale varieties Dublet, Kargo, Migo, Milkaro, Nagano, and Milewo.

In 2007, Boyko rye yielded the level of Vanad spring triticale.

Boyko as winter rye with moderate fertilization at the level of 50 kg N / ha gives the yield of 50-89.20 dt / ha, depending on the soil complex.

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