Product type: Seeds

Manufacturer: Agrosava

LG Apilco

Medium early variety

The favorable length of the vegetation, at the level of standard varieties, allows avoiding stressful periods and optimal pouring of grain.

Main features

  • A new high-yielding variety with a favorable morphological structure. The tree is of medium height with excellent tolerance to lodging. A very wide flagellum enables more intensive photosynthesis and longer pouring of grains.
  • In very good health. It is genetically resistant to yellow rust and has good tolerance to other diseases, which has a favorable effect on yields.
  • Appearance of physiological spots in stressful conditions. During large fluctuations between day and night temperatures, the appearance of yellow physiological spots on the leaves is possible. They have no effect on health and yield.
  • Agronomic assessment

    Yield potential
    5
    Adaptability
    5
    Rust tolerance
    5
    Tolerance to other diseases
    4
    Tolerance to lodging
    5
    Hectoliter mass
    4
  • Optimum sowing density

    400–450 germinated grains per m².

    Protection program

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  • Agricultural technology

      • Depending on the prerequisites, soil properties and weather conditions, we recommend that the basic treatment be carried out at a depth of up to 30 cm.
      • It is recommended that sowing be done during the optimal period, from October 5 to 25, depending on the production region and weather conditions.
      • The usual sowing norm is 450 germinating grains/m2, which would amount to about 200 kg/ha in conditions of good soil preparation and sowing in the optimal period. If the sowing conditions are not in accordance with the recommendation (poorly prepared plot, delay in sowing), the quantity of seeds should be increased by 10%.
      • Complex mineral fertilizers are used for basic fertilization, and the amount of application depends on soil analysis and planned yield. Basic fertilization should be done before basic cultivation. This provides wheat with basic plant nutrients at the depth where the largest root mass develops. For wheat nutrition, 120-160 kg/ha of nitrogen, 60-100 kg/ha of phosphorus and 80-100 kg/ha of potassium should be applied. These amounts ensure a good wheat yield while the soil is not depleted. The entire amount of phosphorus, potassium, and necessarily 1/3 of the planned amount of nitrogen must be entered before basic treatment.
      • Use the rest of the nitrogen for fertilizing. It is recommended that wheat feed with nitrogen be conducted according to two phases: the first feeding in early spring, and the second during intensive crop growth. The amount of nitrogen for top dressing is determined based on the N-min method.
      • If the amount of nitrogen to be applied during the spring is greater than 100 kg/ha, then that amount must be divided into two parts (70% the first time and 30% the second time). UREA can be used for the first feeding, and KAN or AN for the second feeding.
      • If there is a lack of nutrients during the growing season, foliar feeding should be applied. Foliar feeding can be performed once or several times during the growing season. To increase the yield and quality of wheat grains, we recommend using one of the offered products:
      • Wuxal®Super (3 – 4 l/ha)
      • Asfert Univerzal (2 – 3 kg/ha)
      • Asfert 2 (2 – 3 kg/ha)
      • The time of application is from tillering to earing.
      • Wuxal®Microplant is used exclusively in tillering (2 l/ha).
    • Depending on the weed population and treatment time, we recommend the following preparations:

      • Amanet 1.2 l/ha for the control of narrow-leaved weeds (from the middle of budding to the beginning of leafing);
      • Strabon 1 l/ha for the control of broad-leaved weeds (from the middle of budding until the emergence of flagellates) or
      • Tribufen 20 g/ha + ES Plus 0.2 l/ha for the control of broad-leaved weeds (from the middle of budding to the second collarette).
      • Diseases cause great damage, lead to a decrease in yield and a drop in grain quality. During wheat production, today two treatments represent the optimum:
        • The first treatment to combat the cause of tree leaf diseases (leaf rust, powdery mildew, spotting), using the product Unify, in the amount of 0.8 l/ha.
        • The second treatment is carried out at the beginning of wheat flowering in order to suppress the cause of blight (Fusarium spp), using the preparation Postulat, in the amount of 0.8 l/ha.
      • Note: in years favorable for the development of plant diseases of wheat in the flag leaf phase, we recommend the application of Image fungicide in the application rate of 0.7 l/ha. With this treatment, we additionally keep under control the causes of leaf diseases, we physiologically increase resistance to stress, which is reflected in the more intense color of the leaves and the longer period of grain filling.
      • The most common pests that occur on wheat are grain leech – lema, aphids, grain bugs and thrips. For their suppression, the preparation Plures is used in the amount of 0.3 – 0.5 l/ha after the formation of the first colonies.

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