The widely established and still extremely popular hybrid GORDON KWS performs with a high and stable yield potential and optimally formed agronomic properties. Within the range of hybrid canola varieties, GORDON KWS shows excellent development in its early stages, but is also one of the more robust and rapidly growing varieties in later phases. Moreover, its decent stability and excellent branching capability build the foundation of high and reliable canola yields. Its high stem health can also be seen as an advantage for canola-intensive crop rotations.
Source: AGES – Institut für Nachhaltige Pflanzenproduktion
1 = very low development … 9 = very high development
|Packaging unit:||1,5 Mio. grains|
|Sowing rate:||1 Pkg / 3 ha|
|500kg Big Bag||unavailable|
|insecticide seed coating:||unavailable|