S E E D S

We have two storage and process plants with 51 silos of 25,000t capacity in Arroyo Dulce and in Pergamino. Both plants have laboratories for quality control.
JULIETA INTA

AGRICULTURAL CHARACTERÍSTICS

  • Medium height, semi-creeper.
  • Big tillering capacity.
  • Dark green leaves.
  • It has a high grain yield and high hectolitric weight.
  • Excellent lodging and shelling behavior.

SOWING TIME:

  • Forage production: end of February to middle April, according to region.
  • Density from 220 to 280 pl/m2.

GRAIN PRODUCTION:

  • Since middle June to middle July, according to region with density of 220 a 250 pl/m2.
  • Panicle cycle is of 103 days at optimum time.

CHARACTERISTICS PRODUCTIVAS

  • Greater and more stable forage production than the most sowed cultivars. It produces 10% more forage than Violeta INTA.
  • Given its outstanding anchoring and regrowth, it is recommended for intense grazing.
  • It is distinguished for its high production by the end of Autumn and Winter, by this time forage is scarce in most of dairy and livestock production systems.
  • Remarkable rusticity, highlighting due to its excellent performance at cold and drought.

HEALTH BEHAVIOR

  • Resistant to barley dwarf virus.
  • Better behavior at rust than Violeta and Graciela.
  • Resistant to bacterial disease.
  • Resistant to brown spot caused by helminthosporium avenae.

VIOLETA INTA

Agricultural characteristics

  • Medium height, semi-creeper.
  • Very good tillering.
  • Very big leaves.

Grain characteristics

  • White grain of good hectoliter weight and excellent industrial quality.

Productive characteristics

  • Excellent forage productive potential either for cutting as well as for direct grazing.
  • Excellent initial growth.
  • Excellent production at second and third exploitation.
  • Outstanding regrowth potential even during adverse conditions.
  • Unbeatable resistance to stress caused by frost and drought.
  • Unbeatable production stability in different environmental conditions.
  • Resistant to leaf rust and good behavior at stalk rust.

CARLOTA INTA

Agricultural characteristics

  • Tall height, semi-upright.
  • Good tillering.
  • Very big leaves.

Grain characteristics

  • White grain with good hectolitric weight (beyond commercialization basis)* and excellent commercial quality.
  • *Average of 3 years of rehearsals.

Productive characteristics

  • Excellent productive forage potential either for cutting as well as for direct grazing.
  • Good initial growth.
  • Excellent production at second and third exploitation.
  • Good regrowth potential.
  • Good resistance to stress caused by frost and drought.
  • Low susceptibility at leaf rust and good behavior at stalk rust.
  • Unbeatable production stability in different environmental conditions.

MARITA INTA

It is a white oat cultivar (avena sativa) that distinguishes for its high production and stability in the forage production in the different ecological agricultural areas in Argentina. It has a great adaptability either to different operations or environments.

Its growth youth habit is upright with great tillering capacity and intermediate green leaf. It has an excellent regrowth.

Marita INTA, it has a very high forage production and it is stable along the cycle, with a remarkable growth before the end of Winter. It has an excellent behavior at cold and very good health facing the main diseases.

Marita INTA is a cultivar exceeding Violeta INTA, the most sowed cultivar, keeping Violeta INTA great adaptability and exceeding it forage production in a 12% as average of more than 10 tests during the last 2 campaigns. During this same period, it exceeds a 18% and a 25% of Graciela INTA and Cristal INTA cultivars respectively

Marita INTA is distinguished for its stability and adaptability, keeping a high forage production. It is recommended for intermediate or high variability environments regarding weather and edaphic conditions. It has a very good answer to intensive uses.

Marita INTA has an excellent health behavior.
It is resistant to the barley yellow dwarf virus (BYDV) that affects the CULTIVO by the end of the Autumn and the beginning of Winter, strengthening during years of drought and strong frost. It has a good behavior at the leaf rust (Puccinia coronatta) and the stalk (Puccinia gramineanum), being resistant to the most common races, similar to Carlota INTA. It is resistant to brown spot caused by Hemiltosporium avenae.

SOWING TIME

Forage production: end of February to end of March, according to region, with a density of 220 to 280 plants per hectare.

Grain production: middle June to middle July, according to region, with a density of 200 to 250 plants per square meter. Panicle cycle is of 97 days at optimum time.

Marita INTA has a high grain yield potential, with a high hectolitric weight grain and a weight of one thousand grains of 33 GRAMOS. This new cultivar is highly recommended as double purpose. It has an excellent lodging and shelling behavior.

LUCIA INTA

SILERA INTA

The new Silera INTA is a grain barley of very high potential of grain yield, causing a big quantity of green biomass, combined with excellent quality attributes in the entire plant silages, reason why it honored its name.

SILERA INTA CEBADA

Besides, it has an excellent health profile, high lodging resistance and an intermediate cycle, characteristics that complement and strengthen their attributes.
Silera INTA has a high grain yield potential compared with the most important commercial cultivars regarding sowing surface, being at average 6.357 kg/ha, against 6.111, 5.651 and 5.371 kg/ha of Andreia, Shakira and Scarlett cultivars respectively, during the last three years at Bordenave city.

 

Silera INTA has a very good health behavior against main diseases, it is resistant to brown spot caused by Bipolaris sorskiniana, moderately resistant to red spot caused by Drechsfera teres and leaf rust caused by Puccinia coronata. It is moderately resistant to scald, caused by Rinchosporium secalis, that in case of severe attack, fungicide must be applied, being exceeded just by Shakira cultivar for this disease. This excellent health behavior allows decrease of production costs because, except for very severe attacks, avoids the application of fungicide. Silera INTA presents very good behavior at droughts and at cold at vegetative state.
Optimum dates are from the 10 to 30 June in the North Pampeana Region and from June 25th to July 20th in South Pampeana Region. The optimum plant density is of 250 plants per square meter.

Silera INTA is distinguished by the production of dry matter for ensilage and for a better quality of forage ensilage. In chart 1, information of a comparative test of yield with four repetition is shown, where significant differences in the production of dry matter and in the quality of the ensilage after 2 month of the construction of the silo.

Silera INTA is a technologic contribution to increase and improve the production and quality of forage reserves in the intensive proposals of meat and milk, increasing productivity and stability of the livestock productions in a sustainable way.

LEGUME SEEDS

ALFALFA

Seedar 60

  • Variety with medium winter latency combining production with regrowth speed.

Characteristics

  • Groupe 6
  • High production
  • High persistency
  • High resistance to aphids
  • High foliar and root health
  • Ideal for consolidating with grains
  • Persistency 3 years: 97 % of the plants
  • Optimums relationship leaf/stalk

Levels of diseases tolerance

  • Phytophthora     Very high
  • Fusarium     Medium
  • Anthracnose     High
  • Bacterial wilt     Medium
  • Verticillium wilt    Medium

Levels of plague tolerance

  • Green aphid     High
  • Mottled aphid     Very High
  • Blue aphid     High
  • Root Nematode (Meloid. Hapia)     Medium
  • Root Nematode (Meloid. Incognita)     Medium

Seedar 80

  • Variety with no Winter latency of very high production.

Characteristics

  • Groupe 8
  • High production
  • High persistency
  • High regrowth speed
  • High resistant to aphids
  • High foliar and root health
  • Persistency 3 years: 94 % of plants
  • Optimum relationship leaf /stalk

Levels of resistance to diseases

  • Phytophthora    Good
  • Fusarium    Very High
  • Anthracnose    Very High
  • Bacterial wilting    Good
  • Verticillium wilting    Good

Levels of resistance to plagues

  • Green aphid    Very High
  • Spotted aphid    Very High
  • Blue aphid    Very High
  • Root Nematode (Meloid. Hapia)    Medium
  • Root Nematode (Meloid. Incognita)    Very High
  • Stalk Nematode    Medium

 

Supersony

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Super Aurora

Fhigh Technical Description

CLOVER

White clover: ombú variety (Trifolium repens)

  • It is distinguished by its big size leaf.
  • Big forage production during Autumn, Winter and Spring.
  • It has strong stolons that assure its survival during dry and warm Summers.
  • Variety of high persistency.

Red Clover: lapacho variety (Trifolium pratense)

  • It is distinguished for being of an early cycle.
  • “Double cutting type”, of high forage production.
  • Fast regrowth.
  • Its production curve starts by the end of the Winter, going on during Spring, Summer and Autumn.
  • It is resistant to anthracnose, which gives high persistency.

LOTUS CORNICULATUS

No description (at least by now)

GRAMINEAS

FESTUCA ARUNDINACEA

Sofía variety

  • It is distinguished by its great seeding vigor which benefits its fast implantation.
  • It is very tiller, with fast regrowth after grazing.
  • It has very good productivity specially in winter and spring and it has a high palatability and digest.
  • Remarkable for its capacity to adapt to acid and/or alkaline soils (pH between 4,5 to 9).
  • It supports hydric stress. It has rust resistance.

RYE GRASS

Rye Grass: Paztizal variety

Raygrass Tetraplide– Wester Type
(Lolium multiflorum (4n) westerwoldicum)

  • It is distinguished for having a semi upright PORTE, wide leaves of dark color.
  • Its implantation is fast and it shows a good regrowth after cutting.
  • It is resistant to Rust (the presence of this disease causes a decrease of forage quality).

RESCUE GRASS

Native Brome: Vasca variety 
(Bromus unioloide)

  • It is distinguished for having wide leaves, intense green color.
  • It has fast implantation, high tillering, it produces during the whole year maximizing yields during Winter and spring.
  • It presents good leaf health and more than the 70% of its plants behaves as perennial.

ORCHARD GRASS

Orchard Grass

No description (at least by now)

TALL WHEATGRASS

Tall Wheatgrass

No description (at least by now)

HYBRID FORAGE SORGHUM

Pastoril

  • Wide adaptation to all livestock areas.
  • Excellent forage production and regrowth capacity.
  • Juicy stalks with high content of sugar during all the growth period.
  • Very good resistance to the main leaf diseases.
  • Recommended for direct grazing, silage and tedding.
  • Very good relationship leaf / stalk
  • Presentation in 25 kg bags.

Sansón BMR

  • Very good adaptation to different environments and livestock areas.
  • Typical forage Sorghum for direct grazing.
  • More productivity specially at second cutting.
  • Better palatability and bigger content of tannins in grain to assure birth.
  • Very good behavior to leaf diseases.
  • Presentation in 25 kg bags.

Titán

  • Recommended for wide livestock areas.
  • High content of sugar in stalks and leaves, allowing to obtain excellent quality silos.
  • Good resistance to leaf diseases.
  • Presentation: 25 kg bags.

DOUBLE PURPOSE

Huinca

  • Double purpose sorghum
  • Apt for grain harvest
  • Of very good yield
  • Cycle Intermediate of very high potential of grain yield.
  • Adequate for entire plant chopper
  • Excellent forage behavior*
  • It also has a remarkable behavior for its use as entire plant silo
  • Its cane is sweet and it has an excellent stubble volume (19/20 tn/ha dry matter)*
  • Height 1,5/1,8.
  • Content of tannins high.
  • Blooming days: 79
  • Sowing days: 122
  • Kind of panicle: complete.
  • Kind of drying: excellent.
  • Stubble: abundant.
  • Allows to ensile or harvest the grain.
  • Allows getting silos with high power content, resulting in bigger profits of weight and bigger milk production.
  • Good capacity to issue tillering
  • Presentation 20 kg bags

POP TEN

  • Simple hybrid
  • Days as from emergency till the appearance of the stigmas in a 50% of the plants: 68 days
  • Days as from the appearance of the stigmas in a 50% of the plants, till the optimum harvest moment: 75 days
  • Days as from the appearance of the stigmas in a 50% of the plants, till physiological maturity: 45 days
  • Complete cycle: 143 days
  • Very plastic
  • Plant height: 1,80 mts.
  • Insertion of main spike: 0,80 mts.
  • Good lodging resistance
  • Color orange
  • Very high expansion
  • Excellent performance potential.
  • Grain: excellent

POP TOP II

  • Simple hybrid
  • Days as from emergency till the appearance of the stigmas in a 50% of the plants: 64 days
  • Days as from the appearance of the stigmas in a 50% of the plants, till the optimum harvest moment: 74 days
  • Days as from the appearance of the stigmas in a 50% of the plants, till the physiological maturity: 54 days
  • Complete cycle: 140 days
  • Very plastic
  • Plant height: 2,10 mts.
  • Insertion of main spike: 1,05 mts.
  • Very good lodging resistance
  • Tendency to a second spike
  • Color orange
  • High expansion
  • Extraordinary performance potential

SD MAX

  • Simple hybrid
  • Days as from emergency till the appearance of the stigmas in a 50% of the plants: 67 days
  • Days as from the appearance of the stigmas in a 50% of the plants, till the optimum harvest moment: 77 days
  • Days as from the appearance of the stigmas in a 50% of the plants, till the physiological maturity: 48 days
  • Complete cycle: 144 days
  • Very plastic
  • Plant height: 1,80m
  • Lodging resistance: Good
  • Color: orange
  • Expansion: very High
  • Tendency to double spike: High
  • Performance potential: Excellent

BIG GRAIN

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Semillas de POP CORN
HYBRID FRANCISCO

Confectionary Sunflower Francisco

Hybrid confectionary sunflower FRANCISCO, was selected so that its GRAIN (aquenio), either in the local as well as in the export market, is distinguished and ACCEPTED in its final destination for human direct consumption, as snack with shell (inshell) or as consumable goods in sweet shops as chips (kernel).  It has an ideal kind of GRAIN for exportation, big size, color BLACK with white GROOVES striped and with low content of fat content (oil).

  • Cycle: intermediate
  • Blooming: 61/64 days (l) – 64/67 = 50%
  • Maturity: 122 days
  • Flower head: neck-inclined and with protective bracts
  • Stalk: strong – good stem-green (green) to harvest
  • Roots: deep
  • Grain: Black with white grooves
  • Yield: excellent yield and grain size
  • We remark kits high % in export size;
    > 50% superior to 22/64mm= 8,73mm
  • Recommended density 37.000/42.000 pl/ha
  • Presentation: Bags x 100.000 seeds
  • Treatment with Metalaxil + Fludioxonil

PANDA L HYBRID

  • Cycle: intermediate/short
  • Blooming: 62 days
  • Maturity: 120 days

  • Grain: Black with White grooves
  • Kind of grain, elongated (Long type)
  • Stalk: 20 mm average
  • Yield: excellent yield and grain size
  • Recommended density 35.000/40.000 pl/ha

Recommended soils: Medium fertilization

PANDA XL HYBRID

  • Cycle: intermediate/long
  • Blooming: 66 days
  • Maturity: 128 days
  • Grain: Black with white grooves
  • Kind of grain, elongated (Long type)
  • Stalk: 20 mm average
  • Yield: excellent yield and grain size
  • Recommended density 35.000/40.000 pl/ha
  • Recommended soils: Deep

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