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Short, perennial grass, characterized by a strong root system and low soil and water requirements. It is one of the basic ingredients of pasture mixes for light and periodically dry soils. Universal varieties such as Areta and Barma are successfully used in lawn mixes and show great usefulness for establishing ornamental and park lawns and for turfing.

Varieties

Anielka
Fodder variety intended for hay and pastures. Anielka is a synthetic variety created from winter hardy clones with very good durability, good tillering and turf assessing properties. Anielka is a mediumearly variety, durable with good longevity and winter hardiness, highly resistant to droughts. It gives high yields of fresh and dry matt er throughout the entire period of use. It has a good regrowth of plants both in spring and aft er subsequent mowing. Tall plants, during heavy rainfall susceptible to lodging in the first windrow. It also has good reproductive capacity. This variety has relatively low soil requirements and medium agrotechnical requirements.
Anitawa
Fodder grass intended for hay and pastures. Anitawa is a medium-early variety with good drought resistance and good winter hardiness. It is characterized by high sward density. Anitawa combines high fodder yielding potential with high reproductive capacity. This grass has a low soil requirements and medium agrotechnical requirements. Anitawa is a variety successfully used in the greening of roads infrastructure, it is resistant to abiotic stress.
Areta
Universal variety, perfect for both fodder and lawns. Successfully used for establishing ornamental and park lawns and turfing. Medium-early grass, very durable with good winter hardiness. It is characterized by well-tillering plants, richly leafed and strongly turfing the soil. It is also drought resistant. Gives high seed yields. The variety is useful for decorative and park lawns as well as recreational lawns. . It can also be used for pasture and meadow mixtures. The variety was awarded the MTR-P POLAGRA Gold Medal in 1999.
Barma
Fodder grass, intended for pasture use, with a very high general aspect as lawn grass. Barma is a medium-early variety, durable with good winter hardiness, characterized by high sward density. The variety is highly resistant to droughts. It gives good yields of fresh and dry matter in all years of use. It has a good yield distribution during the growing season. It gives a large yield of feed energy. It has a good regrowth both in spring and after swaths. The variety is distinguished by very good reproductive capacity. It has low soil and agrotechnical requirements.
Matylda
Medium early variety, recommended for hay meadows and pastures. Durable and drought tolerant grass. It is characterized by high yielding potential, rapid regrowth and good sward density
Reda
The variety is intended primarily for meadow use on drier, moderately fertile and light soils. It can also be grown on light arable land in mixtures with other grass species and in pure stands for sheep pastures. It’s medium-early grass, durable, with good health. It is characterized by high sward density and high resistance of plants to drought conditions. It gives high biomass and high seed yields.