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      AberMagic is a deep rooting ryegrass with very dense tillers, making it a robust plant under all farm types. Its increased ground cover makes it hardy under pugging and the greater root mass seen on-farm allows AberMagic to tolerate reduced soil moisture.

      Quality of grass is just as important as total yield. A digestibility gain of 1% is worth 3% of yield – animals have a higher voluntary intake with high digestibility, and are able to absorb more energy from the feed, meaning animals fed on good quality grass will yield more. AberMagic is 5.0% higher in digestibility when compared to a standard ryegrass

      AberMagic key features

      • New generation of Aber HSG, bred for even higher sugar levels
      • Exceptional quality under grazing and silage mangement
      • Dense tiller growth providing increased ground cover
      • Deep roots for enduring persistance
      • Superior late spring yields
      Perennial Ryegrass
      Ploidy Diploid
      Sowing Rate 18 – 20 kg/ha
      Heading date +19 days (late)
      Endophyte Nil and AR1