Shrubby Stylo

      Stylosanthes scabra

  • An erect shrubby perennial that can grow up to 2m tall
  • Exhibits greater Anthracnose tolerance than Seca
  • Widely adapted and can persist under heavy grazing
  • Shows good tolerance to drought and is suited to a wet-dry climate
  • Produces large quantities of highly notorious feed for the dry season


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          Stylosanthes hamata

    • Highly palatable and persistent Verano type stylo
    • Suited to cooler more arid regions of the tropics
    • Easy to establish
    • Produces an abundance of seed


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      Burgundy Bean

             Macroptilium bracteatum

      • A hardy, non-bloating summer legume
      • Growth habit can vary from annual to perennial depending on environment
      • Suitable for grazing or hay
      • Good drought and cold tolerance
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        Burgundy Bean
        • A hardy, non-bloating tropical legume
        • Earlier maturing variety selected for shorter growing season environments
        • Highly palatable – live weight gain of up to 1.0Kg/head/day
        • Recruits readily from seed for extended stand life under ideal management
        • Greater autumn growth and cool season stay-green than previous varieties
        • Versatile, suiting a wide range of soils including heavy clays
        • Very drought tolerant
        • Larger seed size aids in rapid establishment and improved persistence
        • Nitrogen fixation
        • Addresses soil fertility decline in cropping soils
        • Mosaic virus resistant


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          Butterfly Pea

          Clitoria ternatea
          • Strongly vigorous and persistent perennial
          • Suited to cracking clay soils in drier areas of Queensland
          • Palatable, high digestibility and nutrient concentrations


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            B1 Burgundy Bean

            Macroptilium bracteatum
            • Highly palatable, quality/non-bloating summer perennial
            • Suitable for grazing or hay
            • Excellent nitrogen fixation




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              Ebony Cow Pea

              Vigna unguiculata
              • Easy to establish
              • Improves soil fertility through nitrogen fixation
              • Suited to a range of soil types


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                Round Leafed Cassia

                Chamaecrista rotundifolia
                • Adapts to well drained soils of northern New South Wales to Northern Australia
                • Grows well on sandy acid soils of low fertility
                • Has very good drought tolerance


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