Clovers are categorized as many different species which all offer different traits, grow in different environments and have different degrees of maturity. Clovers are either true annual types that require the setting of seed every year to remain part of the pasture sward, or true perennial types that grow from stolons to maintain persistence. Clovers are a valuable part of any pasture system as they provide fixed nitrogen to the pasture sward which is needed to drive growth of grass species. Clovers also are an excellent source of protein for the grazing animal to drive higher liveweight gains and milk production.
Tolerates hard grazing and it suitable for high quality hay.
Excellent grazing tolerance once established and does not shed seed after maturity.
High dry matter production with excellent seed set for increased persistence.
High stolon density with excellent persistence.
Exceptionally high yielding white clover with large leaf size and year-round production.
Balansa clover that is tolerant of moderate soil salinity and offers high dry matter yields
High yielding winter-active lucerne the is suited to dryland and irrigated systems.
Bred and selected for increased salt tolerance and high yield potential.
A semi-dormant grazing tolerant lucerne that tolerates prolonged periods of set-stocking.
Semi-dormant grazing tolerant lucerne selected form long term Australian grazing trials