348 is a late maturing beardless fall triticale. It is a good option for full season silage or grazing. It can be grazed later than most wheats. 348 responds well to irrigation with aggressive growth in the spring. 348 is tall which is good for dryland and irrigated silage yields. 348 is tolerant to most types of rust impacting wheat. Suggested Growing Regions:
Central - Western Kansas
Spring Silage Option
Fall and Winter Grazing
Nutrient mitigation for livestock confinement operations
Seeds per pound: 12,000 - 13,000
In the 2017 and 2018 Cool Season Forage Variety Irrigated Trials performed by Texas A&M AgriLife at Bushland, TriCal 348 produced a two year average yield of 23,183 dry matter pounds per acre. View source data here.