Research farm St Mauritz

More than 4000 sections were established at the research farm St Mauritz also this year.

The tests pertain to new and proven grain and maize varieties, innovative plant protection and various soil processing procedures. Pasture and catch crop demonstrations round off the programme.

We invite you to inspect our test farm St Mauritz under expert guidance and further enhance your knowledge in the field of agriculture. We are happy to take your registration under Tel. 02 51/38 11 78. Just call us!

  • Leasing through AGRAVIS Raiffeisen AG since 1 October 1988

  • Size of operation: 29 ha, all surfaces are cultivated

  • Location profile: brown soil with gleyzation in underground, approx. 35 soil products, excellent water conduction, all surfaces are drained

  • Research area: 23 ha, equates to more than 4000 parcels

  • Residual area: crop rotation

  • Research work / cultivation demonstrations in:
    • variety tests seed maize
    • variety verifications on behalf of the grower
    • comparison of maize herbicides
    • Variety tests grain
    • permanent pasture and field crop cultivation seeds
    • Catch crop
    • herbicide an fungicide strategies in grain

  • Working crew: 1.5 employees

  • Guided tours:
    • May - September
    • Tel./Fax: 0251/381178
    • Number of visitors: approx. 2500 per annum

Contact information

AGRAVIS Versuchsgut
St Mauritz
Hans Hußmann
Werse 23
48157 Münster
Tel: 0251/381178

Directions to the research farm
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From the direction
Sauerland/Osnabrücker Land/Emsland:
A 1 to Autobahn cross Münster-Süd. Then onto A 43 toward Münster. Next exit B 51 toward Bielefeld. At the end of ring road left toward Telgte/Warendorf. After approx. 1 km (pedestrian lights) turn right into Pleistermühlenweg, first road on right.

From the direction
B 64 toward Münster. From the Garden centre Münsterland drive on toward Münster. After approx. 1 km (pedestrian lights) turn right into Pleistermühlenweg, first road on right.

The AGRAVIS research farm is the second farm on the right hand side.

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