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The trial results referred to on this website are an average from trials held over three years by AgResearch Grasslands in the Northland, Waikato/Bay of Plenty, Manawatu and Canterbury regions under which the performance of a ryegrass cultivar with AR37 endophyte was compared with the performance on the same ryegrass cultivar with standard endophyte. All trial regions showed an increase in drymatter from the cultivar with AR37 endophyte, with the range between regions being from a 5% increase to a 21% increase, and with average increase across the regions being 12%.