Westerwoldicum is the true annual type of Italian ryegrass, and the fastest growing grass. Unlike Italian ryegrass, it forms stems during the sowing year. Westerwoldicum is used when high production is required within 3 to 6 months after sowing. There are only minor differences between diploid and tetraploid varieties.
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New Dawn - 2N - High early spring yield, improved transition.
McKinley - 2N - Excellent cold tolerance.
Angusta - 4N - Early transition, high yielding.
Kodiak - 2N - Superior cold tolerance, high feed quality.
Abundant - 4N - Broad adaptation, moves both North and South.
Andes - 4N - High yield in early cuts, improved cold tolerance.
Credence - 4N - Strong vigor and regrowth, dense tillering, high forage quality.
Striker - 4N - Southern genetics, high yield, excellent disease resistance.