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Tyfon Stubble Turnip Seed

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1KG Tyfon is generally sown in spring and can be utilised in the summer months by dairy/beef cattle and sheep when grass growth is declining.

Tyfon is generally sown in spring and can be utilised in the summer months by dairy/beef cattle and sheep when grass growth is declining. Tyfon’s rapid growth habit means that it can be utilised in only 60 days and once grazed there is potential for re-growth. Tyfon has a very small bulb with a massive leaf which will produce a much needed palatable summer feed. Once the plant is 12 weeks old it is susceptible to Mildew and Alternaria. Tyfon is susceptible to bolting so do not sow too early.

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