Subtropical Mixtures

Subtropical Mixtures

Why Mixtures? Easier seed handling, coated product, more efficient on windy days, All in one bag – Time benefit. Available Mixtures: Mooirivier Mixture: (Click here for the Mooirivier Mixture webpage!) Components:  Smutsfinger + Rhodesgrass + Kleinwitbuffel...
Mooirivier Mixture (Mooirivier Mengsel)

Mooirivier Mixture (Mooirivier Mengsel)

  Habitat: Areas with a yearly rainfall of 500mm or more.   Components: Smutsfinger (Digitaria eriantha) Rhodes Grass (Chloris Gayana) Small Buffalo Grass (Panicum Coloratum)     Advantages of this mixture: The mixture can be grazed from the first...
Melilotus Alba – Sweet White Clover (Soetwitblomklawer)

Melilotus Alba – Sweet White Clover (Soetwitblomklawer)

Add Value with white sweet clover (Melilotus Alba)! Why Melilotus Alba? It is a highly palatable summer legume that livestock simply cannot resist Although an annual crop, it has the ability to resow itself for the next season With ample and well-spread rainfall, the...
Crown Vetch (Kroonwieke)

Crown Vetch (Kroonwieke)

Characteristics: A hardy perennial legume for grazing or hay production. Frost resistant. Gives satisfactory results on poor soils. It is drought tolerant and does not cause bloat.   CROP/SPECIE  CULTIVARS *PBR # EXCL SEEDING KG/HA RAINFALL MM/YEAR SUITED...
Lespedeza (Armmanslusern)

Lespedeza (Armmanslusern)

Characteristics: A warm season legume for grazing and hay production. No problem with bloat. Will do on low- lying heavy soils, which are inclined to get waterlogged now and again. Cut for hay at 30- 45cm in height. Can get three cuttings per season yielding 2-4 tons...