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Securo Winter Triticale

The variety with excellent resistance to disease and harsh winters

The livestock farmer’s choice, on the AHDB descriptive list Securo winter triticale boasts the highest protein content and it’s the second tallest variety in its category, producing high straw yields and with good resistance to lodging.

Securo delivers security and reliability of performance and is extremely clean. It produces a full, high canopy that naturally suppresses weeds – offering a safe and reliable option during times of high carry over of disease pressure.

Its combination of straw potential and high protein content makes Securo the the ideal choice for livestock farmers.

Key Securo attributes

  • High treated and untreated yields
  • High protein and specific weight
  • Has excellent yellow rust, mildew and Septoria tritici resistance
  • High straw yields with good standing ability
  • Extremely competitive to weeds

Boasting the highest protein content in its class

This exclusive variety shows excellent resistance to yellow rust, mildew and Septoria tritici. Securo has an impressive specific grain weight and is suitable for conventional and organic growers. One of the tallest varieties available, it produces ample biomass and high grain yields. Securo, unlike other triticale varieties tillers intensively as well as producing an impressive specific grain weight.

Securo has also been proven to withstand harsh winters making it a great option for UK growers.

“Securo experienced drought during establishment but came through fine and has stood well. The root structure is impressive and it copes far better with drought than other crops in the rotation. It’s also good for soil because the root structure helps to increase organic matter, something as farmers we’re all working hard to increase in our soils, and I’m hoping the long roots help to improve soil structure.”
Matthew Williams, farmer, Shropshire
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