Remington is a high-yielding, high quality tetraploid ryegrass that shares many attributes of diploid types. It was selected in the US for its sward density, high yields and excellent disease resistance. Remington has improved winter tolerance compared to traditional cultivars. It also exhibits improved tolerance to heat and produces longer into the summer than the competition. Available with the addition of the NEA2 beneficial endophyte expands this area of adaptation, allowing it to persist in regions where perennial ryegrass typically dies out due to summer stress.
Intermediate Tetraploid Perennial Ryegrass with Beneficial Endophyte
- Dense, leafy sward
- High yields
- Exceptional palatability and nutritive value
- Improved winter survival and summer production
- High disease resistance
- Beneficial NEA2 Endophyte
Perennial Ryegrass is the most widely grown cool season forage grass in the world. In the past, perennial ryegrass use in North America was limited because existing varieties were only adapted to regions with mild climates. In the last few years, Barenbrug has successfully introduced more productive...