grass & legume mix

  • Excellent for harsh environments
  • Persistant native pasture mix
  • Perfectly suited to aerial application
  • Responds quickly to rainfall and is persistent
  • Sowing Rate 1-3kg/ha
  • Growing Seasons Autumn, Spring, Summer
  • Rainfall Minimum 500mm per annum
  • Pasture Life 5 years+

Increase native pasture production in tough conditions

Resilience can persist and perform well in low fertility soils ans responds quickly to rainfall events following dry periods. Ideal for aerial seeding in to timbered or inaccessible areas. Suited to harsh environments and lighter soil types. Plant to increase native pasture production in the tough conditions of northern Australia. 

Resilience grass mix contains:

Supasab urochloa: Envirogro® treated
Responds quickly to rainfall, to be one of the fastest feed sources after extended dry periods.
Seca stylo: Envirogro treated
Consistent performer even under the harshest environments.
Verano stylo: Envirogro treated
Tolerant of low fertility and heavy grazing pressure.
Wynn cassia: Envirogro treated
Unique ability to persist and perform on low fertility soils.

Did you know we do custom mixes?

We have a range of tropical and subtropical mixes to suit a variety of situations, but we also work with our customers to create the perfect blend for them. For seed sowing rates specific to your farming needs or to find out more about custom mixes, contact your local PGG Wrightson Seeds Sales Agronomist here.

Available with the Envirogro seed treatment process

The Envirogro seed treatment process gives PGG Wrightson Seeds tropical and subtropical seed varieties a better start. Envirogro is a tailored process, that cleans, treats, and improves the bare seed count and purity of tropical, subtropical grasses and legumes.

If the species requires, the bare seed is taken through a process of de-hulling leaving only the caryopses, before being coated and cleaned again to achieve high purity. 

Envirogro benefits

  • Coated with insecticide, polymer and talc/lime
  • Improved seed flowability and ballistic properties
  • Improves seed quality and purity
  • Increases bare seed count for a higher return on investment
  • Produces a clean, uniform seed
  • Reduced risk of establishment failure 
  • Removes seed husk from the caryopsis (if required)
  • Removes weed seed, waste material and contaminants 

Click here for more information on the Envirogro seed treatment process


Minimum 500mm rainfall per annum unless irrigated

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