winter forage trial seed site

Kyogle, NSW

Site type:

Demonstration Site
Established: 2023
  • Forage oats
  • Short-term ryegrass
  • Forage rape
  • Annual legumes
  • Herbs
  • Includes 22 unique blends

In collaboration with one of our customers, a winter forage demonstration site was established in Kyogle, NSW. The site is dedicated to showcasing a variety of species and varieties for winter forage production, including oats, short-term ryegrass, forage rape, annual legumes, and herbs. We have also developed 22 unique blends of these species, each with its own distinct characteristics and advantages.

The demonstration site is aimed at providing valuable insights and data on the performance and adaptability of these different species and blends in the region’s climate and soil conditions. Our team is dedicated to providing valuable insights into the adaptability and performance of these species, giving our customers the opportunity to make informed decisions about their forage production.

Latest Trial Data

Research, development, and extension activities are a significant focus at S&W Seed Company. Growers can access historical and current
trial research information and data on a wide range of topics to assist in decision making, planning, and implementing new management practices.

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  • Lucerne Live Weight Gain Trial 2014

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