SA Brown

Sub-tropical annual summer grass with quick establishment

  • Sub-tropical annual summer teff grass
  • Suitabele for quality forage and hay
  • Quick establishment and densely tufted, erect growth
  • Widely adapted to most soil types
  • Intolerant to waterlogging

 

 

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 SA Bruin (Eragrostis Teff) is a sub-tropical annual summer grass. It is densely tufted with erect growth (0.2 – 1.2 m tal). SA Bruin has small-stemmed tillers originating from one crown and hairless, relatively thin and soft leaf blades. It establishes quickly and is very suitable for the production of high quality forage and hay. 

 

SA Bruin characteristics:

Crude protein: 10%

Digestibility: 53 – 65 %

Dry matter production: 2 – 8 t/ha/annum

pH range 4.5 – 7

Plant during middle November – middle January

Seeding rate: 8 – 12.5 kg/ha dryland; 12.5 – 25 kg/ha irrigated

 

 

Specifications
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Teff grass
Eragrostis Tef

Teff is a self-pollinated, warm season annual grass which can be harvested multiple times during the growing season as dry hay, silage or pasture. As a fast-growing crop, Teff combines excellent forage quality with high yield during a relatively short growing season.

Teff is a self-pollinated, warm season annual grass which can be harvested multiple times during the growing season as dry hay, silage or pasture. As a fast-growing crop, Teff combines excellent forage quality with high yield during a relatively short growing season.

Teff is a self-pollinated, warm season annual grass which can be harvested multiple times during the growing season as dry hay, silage or pasture. As a fast-growing crop, Teff combines excellent forage quality with high yield during a relatively short growing season.

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