A new, quick establishing, earlier maturing sorghum x sudan hybrid containing the BMR gene. BMR Fuel is quick to first grazing with good digestibility and excellent regrowth. Suited to intensive grazing systems and silage production. Sowing rate: Dryland (300mm-450mm): 12-15 kg/ha High rainfall (650mm+) 20-25 kg/ha Irrigation (800mm+): 25-30 kg/ha
A new sudan type hybrid showing excellent early vigor for farmers wanting quick, high quality feed for grazing. FeedEx has fine stems and leaves which also makes it suitable for hay producers. If grazed early at approximately 0.8-1 metres, a second grazing would be possible given the right conditions. Economically priced FeedEx is also an option in low rainfall areas that are considered marginal for sorghum. If late spring rain occurs then FeedEx is one of the quickest varieties to reach grazing height. Sowing rate: Dryland (300-450mm): 4-6 kg/ha Good Dryland (450-650mm): 6-10 kg/ha High Rainfall (650+mm): 15-25 kg/ha Irrigation (800+mm): 25 kg/ha
Exciting silage hybrid that delivers excellent yield potential Tall dark green plant with flexible stalks and large ears Reliable agronomic traits assist in maintaining maximum yield potential G49 - T9 produces a tall crop with large ears which combine to provide its high drymatter yield potential and dependable silage quality. Along with excellent whole plant digestibility, it has an outstanding total energy rating which will favor both the silage grower and the silage user. Corson T9 is widely adapted and suitable for maize silage growers on all soil types targeting high silage yields. Moderate populations are recommended to get the best balance of cob to stover.
Kalahari is a recently bred and developed multipurpose cowpea. It has a very strong spreading growth habit and was selected for its high vegetative dry matter production and high seed yields. It is an easy to establish crop with high seedling vigour, wide adaption to soil types and drought hardiness. Kalahari has shown to be very palatable with a large leaf area and attractive dark green foliage. Key Benefits & Features » High quality summer finishing feed » Good tolerance to drought and heat stress » Adapted to a wide ranges of soil types, from sands to heavy well drained clays » Great forage type with good regrowth potential » Suitable for intercrop with Maize, sorghum and millets » High levels of nitrogen fixation during growing season Sowing Rate 10-40kg/ha
Lab Lab is a vigorously trailing, twining herbaceous plant. It is a high-quality forage that can withstand drought conditions once established. Multiple grazings can be possible in one season. Available varieties include Highworth, Rongai and Koala. Key Benefits & Features » Vigorously trailing, twining herbaceous plant » High quality forage » Tolerant of cold temperatures but susceptible to frosts » Can withstand drought conditions once established » Multiple grazings possible in one season Varieties Available Highworth, Rongai and Koala Soil Type Sandy to heavy clay Sowing Rate 15-20kg/ha
Speedan® is a Sudan x Sudan forage sorghum. It has been selected as a fast maturing, high quality sorghum suitable for sheep and cattle. Speedan® is well suited to dryland or irrigated environments and has the potential to produce large amounts of dry matter during the summer and autumn period. Key Benefits & Features » Lower prussic acid levels » Fine stemmed Sudan x Sudan forage sorghum hybrid » Quick regrowth after initial cutting/grazing » Thin leaves and stems making it ideal for hay production and grazing » Ideal cutting height 1-1.5m Sowing rate Marginal dryland (300mm-450mm): 2-4 kg/ha Dryland (450mm-650mm): 5-8 kg/ha Irrigation (800mm+): 10-20 kg/ha
Full maturity TENDERLEAFY™ silage hybrid developed in New Zealand by Corson Maize Seed Very large plant with high grain yield and a sound agronomic package Excellent yield performance in this maturity Z71-F1 offers above average early growth developing into a tall, bulky plant with large ears as well as excellent staygreen which contributes to a wide harvest window. Corson F1 has a high grain content and above average whole plant digestibility. Corson F1 is suitable for warmer regions where early planting is possible. It is ideally suited to contract silage production, targeting high yields and quality silage. Dairy farmers can take advantage of its performance by planting early on a run off.