- A variety with a shortened stem and outstanding winter hardiness (6.0 on a 90 scale).
- It yields very well and stably throughout the country.
- It has a high protein content - perfect for animal nutrition.
- A healthy and stiff variety, but in conditions of high nitrogen fertilization, it requires shortening of the stem.
- A characteristic feature of the Gringo variety are beautiful, healthy ears and coarse grains with good density.
- The variety propagates very well, perfectly tolerates thinned sowing, makes maximum use of optimal environmental conditions and is a very good competitor to forage wheat.
- Gringo winter triticale is especially intended for intensive and medium-intensive cultivation technology in various climatic and soil conditions, with an emphasis on medium and good soils.
- The sowing rate in the optimal period is 300-350 seeds per 1 m2 (approx. 150-170 kg / ha).