The leading cocksfoot in forage yield

  • Late heading cocksfoot.
  • No. 1 in yield on the French recommended list.
  • Constant high forage production throughout season.
  • Especially suitable for hay production.
  • Excellent persistency.
  • Very resistant to cold and drought.
  • Officially listed in: France.
  • Nordic climate
  • Continental climate
  • Oceanic climate
  • Mediterranean climate

Adremo is adopted to the French ‘Liste A’ since 2010 as the no.1 variety for yield. This late heading cocksfoot is a guarantee for excellent forage supply throughout the season. Adremo is mainly used for cutting, but can be grazed as well so applicable in many systems. It has an  excellent  resistance to cold winters as well as dry summers, which makes this Barenbrug variety a perfect choice for different climatic zones. A dream of an outstanding forage supply becomes reality with Adremo.


Dactylis glomerata

Valuable on light textured soils in dry areas due to its outstanding drought tolerance. Most varieties have good winter hardiness, although somewhat limited in the year of sowing. The species is rather slow to establish but persistency is good under hay, silage, and proper grazing management.

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