MAXImiser Light Soil Mix
This mix provides palatability, persistence, and ground cover to keep weeds at bay. Gone are the days of planting tropicals on your sandy soils and struggling with palatability.
NSW MAXImiser Heavy Soil Mix
This mix is designed for flood plain country; it creates options for livestock feeding into the winter months as well as ground cover in adverse times.
NSW MAXImiser Medium Soil Mix
If you want a mix which makes the most out of your loam to free draining clay soils this mix is for you. It is simpler to manage when compared to some tropical mixes, whilst providing production benefits.
NSW MAXImiser Slopes Security Mix
This is a popular mix with many producers who have tried tropicals. It provides the greatest security with a range of species that produce fee year in-year out.
QLD MAXImiser Coastal Soil Mix
MAXImiser Coastal Soil Mix contains high quality grasses and legumes that are suited to high rainfall regions. It provides very good ground cover from the stoloniferous and densely tufted species included. This mix tolerates acid and free draining sandier soils. It is highly productive under intensive management and tolerates heavy grazing.
QLD MAXImiser Heavy Soil Mix
This mix is able to handle heavy clay soils with good water holding capacity. It contains highly digestible and very productive grasses and legumes. The legumes have been selected to take advantage of seasonal rainfalls. This mix will have a good spring growth response after winter frosts and has long season productivity from spring into autumn.
QLD MAXImiser Light Soil Mix
This is a very productive mixture of high quality grasses and legumes that are suitable to lighter textured free draining soils to sandy loams. The mix provides long season productivity from spring to autumn. The grasses typically have good stoloniferous growth habits and have strong growth in spring. The mix also contains a diverse range of legumes. Sowing rate: 12.5 kg/ha
QLD MAXImiser Western Light Soil Mix
This mix combines the drought hardiness and productivity of buffel grasses with SupaSabi Urochloa grass. It recovers quickly after rainfall events through spring and summer and tolerates heavy grazing. It is adaptable to a wide range of soil types and tolerates varying degrees of salinity and sodicity. The legume component helps provide additional protein content to the sward and hardiness with the productivity of stylo mixes, siratro, lucerne and butterfly pea. This mix is very palatable to livestock and easy to establish.