Perennial Ryegrass

FITZROY3
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Good rust resistance and proven high winter production

A perennial ryegrass bred by Agriculture Victoria, Fitzroy is a proven performer with better persistence than other similar varieties.  Fitzroy is well known for its high winter production and rust resistance.

Key uses and benefits
  • Ready to graze in 55-85 days
  • Standard endophyte 
  • Provides protection against a range of pasture pests
Sowing Guide
  • Sowing rates should be 10–30kg/ha
  • Can be sown at 1-2kg/ha with phalaris based pastures
Rainfall Guide

Minimum 550mm rainfall per annum unless irrigated

Learning
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Forage Focus
Programmed Approach to Pasture Renewal
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Forage Focus
Getting the best value out of your pasture
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Forage Focus
Understanding endophytes in a dairy system
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Video
See the difference between a diploid and tetraploid ryegrass

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