Jerona Station is bordered on two sides by the East and West arms of the Barratta creeks...
Specifically developed for extensive grazing systems across the western districts of northern Australia, typically with marginal rainfall (350mm+), while also capitalising on monsoonal rain periods and summer dominant rainfall patterns. This blend is an excellent option for graziers looking to add improved pasture species and tropical legumes into their existing native grass stands or to renovate new or existing ground with persistent, perennial improved pasture species. A blend of USA buffel for lighter country and Gayndah buffel for the red/grey loams. The use of silk sorghum and Sabi grass for vigorous establishment and provision of fast green feed cover, while slower developing buffel varieties establish. The addition of two tropical legume species suitable for marginal rainfall situations to supply companion grasses with nitrogen and improve the feed quality of the improved pasture. Barenbrug Mega Stylo blend provides 3 stylo varieties (Amiga, Seca and Siran) for greater disease resistance, persistence and soil type adaptability, while Wynn Cassia provides late season legume rich feed heading into winter and surviving in the harshest of conditions.
|Buffel Mix||Cenchrus ciliaris||40|
|Mega Stylo||Stylo blend||15|
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