Brings you milk and honey!

  • Late diploid ryegrass
  • Performs under all conditions: M-recommended
  • High spring yielder
  • Special features
  • Officially listed in: Germany, The Netherlands (2016)


  • Nordic climate
  • Oceanic climate
  • Continental climate
  • Mediterranean climate

New no.1 variety in 2016

Barhoney is a new perennial ryegrass variety which will be listed in The Netherlands and Germany in 2016. Due to its excellent yield and persistency it will be positioned as no.1 variety in the late diploid segment.


First new diploid with M-recommendation

This variety has achieved an “M-recommendation” in Germany, which is given to varieties with outstanding performance on heavy soils. The last decade almost no new M-varieties have made it in the diploid segment, as tetraploids dominate the list. Barhoney is the first new diploid which has achieved this unique award.


Great yield under silage and grazing management

Barhoney shows high yield figures under all conditions. It performs well in both grazing as silage management. Its growth pattern is equally distributed over the season, which make this variety very well suited for all types of mixtures.




Lolium perenne
Late heading
Early heading
Intermediate heading
Late heading
Lolium perenne

One of the most important and widely used forage grasses, exhibiting rapid establishment, good tillering ability, excellent response to nitrogen and high acceptability to stock. Compared with other species, perennial ryegrass is more digestible, thus giving higher digestible dry matter production.

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