Triticale

TRITICALE MUSALA

Advantages

 HIGHLY PRODUCTIVE VARIETY
 Very good adaptability
 Early maturity
 High tolerance to powdery mildew, leaf rust, fusarium and grain shattering

Main Characteristics

 WINTER TYPE OF TRITICALE
 Awned head
 Spike - dense, large
 Grain - large, red
 Early flowering and maturity
 Excellent tolerance to low temperatures, drought and flooding
 Suitable for cultivation in various soil and climate conditions

Musala is a winter type of triticale. This variety has an awned head, high toler-ance to the basic fungal diseases, a fast seedling growth and development, early maturity. It has a very good winter hardiness and can grow well on all kinds of soils, including sour and salty ones. Mineral fertilizing has sighnificant influence on its production, but its yield is also good even in ECONOMICAL REGIME. Musala can be used as an addition to the wheat flour up to 30%, as grain fodder or silage for lactating dairy cows (especially in combination with pulses), as a material for production of ethanol or diesel.