Monro

  • True mon-germ cultivar
  • Larger bulb type
  • Low drymatter type (13-15%)
  • 60% of bulb above ground
  • Good resistance to bolting
  • Above ground colour: red

MONRO is a red coloured beet with a large more rounded bulb shape. It is suitable for in a paddock grazing where it is readily acessible to the grazing animal.

Product specifications

Suggested sowing time: Late September to early November 
Suggested sowing rate (seeds/ha):  80,000 grazing (Precision sown)
Time to first grazing: Anytime after all herbicide grazing withholding periods are met.
Typically 24-28 weeks to reach yield potential
Number of potential grazings:   1
Potential yield (t DM/ha):  Average = 18-22
Top = 30+
 Bulb DM %  13-15%
 Seed type  True mono-germ
 In-situ Grazing:  Very good option
 Mechanical Harvesting:  Not suitable