Bermuda Couch Speedie Coated

Bermuda Couch Speedie Coated For Forage In Australia Bermuda grass, with a bright green/purple tipped blade, has consistently proven to be one of the best perennial grasses for irrigated summer pastures in Australia. More recently, it is being used as a source of green forage and hay. It is also a chosen variety for turfing … Read more

Signal Grass

(Urochloa decumbens) Signal grass is a coarse stoloniferous plant with trailing stems that root at the nodes. Should be sown with other species not as a monoculture. It is recommended to graze after 8 to 10 months or when plants are mature, i.e. going reproductive. If desired broadcast / sow any additional legumes in the … Read more

Reclaimer Rhodes Grass

(Chloris gayana) Increased stolon numbers and tolerance to saline conditions  Reclaimer rhodes grass is a new release from Selected Seeds salt tolerant program and has shown increases of up to 20% DM production in trials compared to Katambora. It is recommended to graze after 8 to 10 months or when plants are mature, i.e. going … Read more

Katambora Rhodes Grass

(Chloris gayana) Katambora is a diploid rhodes and is earlier flowering than Callide. It is more cold tolerant than Callide so can be sown south of Perth. It is recommended to graze after 8 to 10 months or when plants are mature, i.e. going reproductive. If desired broadcast / sow any additional legumes in the … Read more

Gatton Panic

(Megathyrsus maximum) Gatton Panic is a deep rooted bunch grass that is a useful addition to Rhodes grasses in mixtures. Gatton has some tolerance to dryer conditions once established. It is recommended to graze after 8 to 10 months or when plants are mature, i.e. going reproductive. If desired broadcast / sow any additional legumes … Read more

Finecut Rhodes Grass

(Chloris gayana) Finecut rhodes has been bred from Katambora types for improved establishment, dry matter production, (23% increase over Katambora in trilas), and silage or hay production. It is recommended to graze after 8 to 10 months or when plants are mature, i.e. going reproductive. If desired broadcast / sow any additional legumes in the … Read more

Callide Rhodes Grass

(Chloris gayana) Callide Tetraploid rhodes is later flowering than Finecut, Topcut and Reclaimer. Callide is less cold tolerant so sowings are better north of Perth. It is recommended to graze after 8 to 10 months or when plants are mature, i.e. going reproductive. If desired broadcast / sow any additional legumes in the first autumn … Read more

WA Northern Perennial Pasture Mix

WA Northern Perennial Pasture Mix Where practical remove weed burden before sowing. Sow in early spring when soil temperatures are 18° celsius and rising. Sow no deeper than 2cm. As sub tropical pasture species are slower to establish it is recommended not to graze for up to 8 to 10 months after sowing Once plants … Read more