Lucerne is a highly adaptable forage plant that offers many benefits to Australian farmers. Lucerne is deep rooted resulting in its ability to survive extended dry periods and has the capacity to respond well to rainfall and/or irrigation; in turn producing high quality feed. The key areas where lucerne grows successfully include the temperate and subtropical regions which have an average rainfall greater than 300mm, making lucerne a very flexible pasture option. Lucerne also offers improvements in soil fertility, soil structure, soil stability and soil moisture and can offer real benefits as a weed management tool.
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