Lucerne varieties

Barmelie

Healthy yield!
  • Dormancy Class: 4.0
  • High yielding variety
  • Outstanding health profile with high resistance against anthracnose and verticillium
  • Excellent frost tolerance
Packshot lucerne

Barenbrug presents a new variety from our breeding program in France. This variety is listed in France on the Herbebook list. Barmelie shows us high yield figures combined with a good protein content. Those figures make Barmelie a all-round variety

Outstanding health profile with high resistance against anthracnose and verticillium
With the changing climate, we have to be aware of the health profile from lucerne. This awareness results in very good results from our breeding station in France. Barmelie shows an outstanding health profile. This variety has a very high resistance against anthracnose and verticillium. That gives a good persistency.

Excellent frost tolerance
Persistence has not only to do with health. Also the winterhardiness is a topic which is important for the long livingness of a variety. Barmelie shows an excellent frost tolerance. This variety can be used in oceanic and continental areas.

Yellowjacket

Guaranteed top yields with Yellow Jacket Nitrogenerator
Yellow Jacket Nitrogenerator is Barenbrug’s seed enhancement technology for lucerne. Using new technology, high levels of effective Rhizobia are embedded in a protective polymer matrix. Together with a nutrient booster containing all essential minerals and trace elements, this product is designed to improve establishment and increase forage production.

Reasons to use Yellow Jacket Nitrogenerator:

  • Improved establishment under difficult conditions.
  • Better use of available water and soil moisture.
  • Increased disease resistance.
  • Improved nitrogen fixation.
  • Increased forage and protein yield.

For extra information about Yellow Jacket Nitrogenerator, click here.

Specifications
Sowing rate (seeding) 25 - 30 kg/ha
Packaging 25 kg bags
Sowing period verwijderen
Forage verwijderen
Characteristics
Dry matter yield 5
Protein% 4
Nematodes 5
Winter hardiness 5
Digestibility 3