KWS Receptor Hybrid Rye

Certified Blue Tag
  • Excellent drought toerance; best dryland variety but suited for all soil types
  • Replaces KWS Bono
  • Earliest heading hybrid rye (up to a week earlier than other varieties)
  • Best protection for ergot in the hybrid rye lineup
  • Adapted to Midwestern states
  • Grain cannot be saved for seed
  • 1 Unit = 1 million live seeds
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KWS Receptor Hybrid Rye
Performance Table
VarietyWinter HardinessMaturityPlant HtStraw StrengthErgotTest Wt.Grain Protein2023 Yield (bu/A)Avg Yield 3 yrs (bu/A)
KWS Receptor Hybrid Rye2Very LateShort2ID29116109
Organic Aroostook Winter Rye1EarlyTall9442IDID
Aroostook Winter Rye1EarlyTall9442IDID
ND Gardner Winter Rye3EarlyVery Tall539274.365
Organic ND Gardner Winter Rye3EarlyVery Talll539274.365
Danko Winter Rye1MedMed231782.780.1
Organic Danko Winter Rye1MedMed231782.780.1
Hazlet Winter Rye2LateTall612685.578.5
Organic Hazlet Winter Rye2LateTall612685.578.5
CoverMax Winter Rye1NAMed2NANANANANA
Organic CoverMax Winter Rye1NAMed2NANANANANA
Winter Rye1VariesVariesVariesVariesVariesVariesIDID
KWS Tayo Hybrid Rye2LateShort1149119100
Organic KWS Tayo Hybrid Rye2LateShort1149119100
KWS Serafino Hybrid Winter Rye2LateShort1129115111
KWS Progas Hybrid Rye2LateMed2NANANANANA
KWS ProPower Hybrid Rye2LateMed2NANANANANA

HYBRID WINTER RYE

Can yield up to 160 bu/acre (up to 100% more than open-pollinated varieties)

  • Plants are shorter, stand well, and are more uniform in height and maturity than open-pollinated rye varieties
  • Disease resistant! All varieties have minimal risk for ergot with proper management
  • Excellent winter hardiness.
  • Superior grain quality for milling, distilling, and feed markets
  • Rye can be fed successfully in rations for dairy, beef and swine
  • Grain from hybrid rye cannot be saved for seed

Management:

Requires higher management than open-pollinated rye. Provide 1.12 lbs of available nitrogen per bushel of grain.

Seeding:

Seed in September in southern Minnesota. Seeding can continue into October farther south. Uniform seed spacing enables optimum tiller development. Plant 800,000 viable seeds/acre, ½” to ¾” deep.

Click here to view trial data for winter rye products.

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