Kale (Brassica oleracea)

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Kale is the highest yielding brassica and, being winter hardy, can relieve pressure on winter forage demands. It has a high protein content and is usually grazed between September and March, depending on sowing time. Kale is grown in England, Scotland and eastern parts of Wales. Seed is sown between April and June. Twenty weeks are required to grow a full crop.

Persistence (0-10 Years)
               
Yield (0-20 T DM/Ha)
                                   
Grazing Suitability (1-5)
     

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£9.80 / Kg

Sowing rate: 2.0kg/acre (5.0kg/ha)

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Brassica

Kale

Kale is the highest yielding brassica and being winter hardy, can relieve pressure on winter forage. It has a high protein content and is usually grazed between September and March, depending on sowing time. It can be grazed by most livestock including sheep and cattle.

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