Western Red

Increased dry matter and animal production in harsh environments

  • Persistent, productive grasses tolerant of harsh growing environments
  • Hardy legumes that provide an available protein source after feed quality has declined
  • Sow at 4-7kg/ha


  • Sowing Rate 4
  • Rainfall Minimum 350mm per annum
Ideal for the lighter textured red soils of Western Queensland and New South Wales. Western Red can persist on the extremes of limited soil fertility and rainfall while remaining productive and persistent.

Katambora - Rhodes grass - Envirogro® treated
Provides long term persistence in varying soil types and fertility levels
Premier Digit - Digitaria - Envirogro® treated
Highly palatable and productive cultivar under the harshest of environments
Supasab - Urochloa - Envirogro® treated
Responds quickly to rainfall, to be one of the fastest feed sources after extended dry periods
Gayndah/USA - Buffel - Envirogro® treated
Persistent, deep rooted and tufted perennial, two of the mainstays for lower rainfall environments
Wynn - Wynn cassia - Envirogro® treated
Unique ability to persist and perform on low fertility soils
Seca - Stylo - Envirogro® treated
Consistent performer even under the harshest environments
Silk - Sorghum
Provides excellent cover for establishing grasses and legumes


Minimum 350mm rainfall per annum unless irrigated

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