Triticale whole crop cereal silage (WCCS) is a good way of producing large volumes of silage to replenish supplies for late autumn, winter and early spring use. Triticales are tall cereals developed from crossing wheat and ryecorn. They have high grain yield potential and generally require plant growth regulators (PGR) to reduce crop height and minimise lodging, the use of PGR's also lift the average ME by around 0.5.

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