Sabiá

Brachiaria Hybrid

• Low canopy height for grazing management
• Higher production in dry season
• Intense tillering for excellent ground cover
• High annual dry matter production
• Higher animal productivity compared to older varieties, like Marandu

Sabiá hybrid brachiaria adapts to various environmental conditions. Its robustness and low canopy height for grazing management are valuable functional benefits, which provide adaptability and reliability. In ideal conditions, with fertile soils and adequate management, it presents a high forage production potential and animal productivity. It is a variety that stands out!

 

High performance in dry season
A key benefit of this hybrid is its increased production in the dry season. On average it produced 47% more than Marandu in the dry season of the year, having concentrated 34% of annual production in this season. In summary, in comparison with Marandu, Sabiá performs much better in the dry season. Thus, in the rainy season, the recovery of production is much faster.

 

Exclusive Coating Technology
The seed is coated, providing protection as well as stimulation of development in its early growth stages.

Specifications
Seeding rate (Coated)
10-15 kg/ha
Tropical Grasses

Tropical pasture grasses cover a wide range of species. The environments in which they are grown include the wet tropics and the semi-arid tropics. 

Tropical pasture grasses cover a wide range of species. The environments in which they are grown include the wet tropics and the semi-arid tropics. 

Tropical pasture grasses cover a wide range of species. The environments in which they are grown include the wet tropics and the semi-arid tropics.