Endura Rhodes Grass

Chloris gayana
  • Significantly later flowering than Tolgar Rhodes®
  • Greater synchronisation and uniformity of flowering over similar varieties
  • Later flowering than Katambora Rhodes and synthetic Rhodes grasses
  • Higher leaf to stem ratio and finer stem compared to Tolgar Rhodes®
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Mariner Rhodes Grass

Chloris gayana
  • Later flowering than Samford or Callide
  • Higher leaf to stem ratio compared to Samford or Callide
  • Highly suited to both grazing and hay making
  • Highly palatable
  • Unrivalled persistences
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Tolgar Rhodes Grass

Chloris gayana
  • Later flowering than Katambora Rhodes grass types
  • Higher leaf to stem ratio compared to traditional Rhodes grass varieties
  • Finer stem compared to Katambora Rhodes grass
  • Suited to grazing, hay cutting, reclamation and soil conservation activities
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Buffel Grass
  • Plant hybrid performance
  • Higher forage yield than Gayndah and USA Buffel
  • Higher leaf to stem ratio compared to commercially available buffel varieties
  • Greater persistence over commercially available buffel varieties
  • Handles a wide range of soil types
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Megamax 049

Panic Grass
  • Very leafy with high tiller density with fine, soft, pliable leaves
  • Responds rapidly to rainfall
  • Significantly higher biomass production than Gatton panic in most WA trials
  • Highly palatable and well eaten by both sheep and cattle
  • Excellent persistence under extended dry conditions (Northern Agricultural Region WA) and over winter (south coast WA)
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Megamax 059

Panic Grass

        Megathyrsus maximus

  • High quality feed
  • Unrivalled persistence
  • Excellent production potential
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Hybrid Brachiaria

Brachiaria decumbens x ruziziensis x brizantha
  • Suitable for environments generally considered outside the normal adaptation range for many Brachiaria species
  • Well adapted to acid soils and tolerates high aluminium (Al) levels
  • Tolerant of short-term flooding
  • Strong persistence, even under seasonally dry conditions
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Bahia Grass

Paspalum notatum
  • For intensive grazing
  • For hay production particularly in the higher rainfall areas
  • Suitable for erosion control
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Panicum coloratum
  • High yielding and palatable perennial grass
  • Distinctive bluish leaves with prominent white mid rib
  • Tolerates saline soils, waterlogging, drought conditions & has some tolerance to frost
  • Also tolerates heavy black clays and melon hole country
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Biloela Buffel Grass

Cenchrus ciliaris
  • Taller
  • Later maturing
  • More suited to heavier soils
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Buffel Grass

Cenchrus ciliaris
  • Drought tolerance – regarded as most tolerant introduced grass in Australia
  • Persistent – a persistent, deep rooted and tufted perennial
  • Growth habit – although flower early, they will continue to produce new leaves and shoots during flowering
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Consol Lovegrass

Eragrostis curvula
  • Highly persistent on light sandy soils
  • Tolerant of low pH and high exchangeable aluminium
  • Requires intensive grazing management to maintain feed quality
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Creeping Bluegrass

Bothriochloa insculpta
  • Good drought and grazing tolerance
  • Strong creeping stolons (runners)
  • Can be slower to establish than other grasses
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Floren Creeping Bluegrass

Dichanthium aristatum
  • Thrives on heavy soils and periodic inundation  
  • Forms large tussocks and will compete with weeds once established  
  • Highly palatable
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Green Panic

Panicum maximum
  • Light green foliage and its persistence is rainfall dependent
  • More robust root system
  • Ability to grow longer into the season
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Premier Finger Grass

Digitaria eriantha
  • Highly productive, robust tufted perennial that is palatable and persistent
  • Well adapted to inland environments with low rainfall and winter frosts
  • Good drought, fire and cold tolerance
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Rhodes Grass

Chloris gayana
  • Highly palatable
  • Productive stoloniferous grass which grows in a wide range of soil types
  • Highly suited to companion legumes such as Siratro, Burgundy Bean and Glycine
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Sabi Grass

Urochloa mosambicensis
  • Grown for grazing
  • Grown for erosion control
  • Good seed producer with seed dormancy known to occur
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Setaria sphaelata
  • Very palatable
  • Vigorous growth habit
  • Withstands low temperatures of less than 3⁰c
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Signal Grass

Brachiaria decumbens
  • Persistent and vigorous growing perennial
  • Widely adapted to tropics and sub-tropics
  • Suitable for grazing and erosion control
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Tully Humidicola

Brachiaria Humidicola
  • Persistent and vigorous growing perennial
  • Low growing perennial with stoloniferous growth habit
  • Widely adapted to tropics and sub-tropics and grows best at 30⁰ - 35⁰c with 1,500mm annual rainfall condition
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