Products

Barley

Beast

  • Improved productivity and physical grain quality, particularly in low- medium rainfall environments and seasons.
  • Very high yielding in low-medium rainfall environments Quick maturity, almost a week quicker than Compass.
  • Excellent performance in stressed, tight finishing environments and seasons.
  • Compass plant type, with similar early vigour.
  • Competitive physical grain quality package, with test weight and grain size comparable to most commonly grown varieties.

RGT Planet

  • Is a high yielding spring barley.It has a strong agronomic package that combined with its yield potential will make it an economic option for Australian barley growers
  • Has good disease resistance to mildew, rhncosporum, net blotch and brown rust. It also has good straw strength and reduced risk of lodging
  • Low protein, high hot water extract - Suited to malting
  • Malt accreditation in Europe - Heineken green light / Carlsberg approved
  • Mid season type - Adaptable to early or late season finishes
  • High yielding variety - Earlier planting opportunity

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Clover

Dalkeith

  • Early-season maturity –97 days to flower
  • Good early growth and establishment
  • Good hard seed levels
  • Demonstrates good persistence

Oats

Bannister

  • Has excellent grain yield and has been the highest yielding variety in all zones. It has the highest yield potential in medium and high rainfall areas and is similar to Wandering in low rainfall areas
  • A tall dwarf, mid season oat similar in height and maturity to Wandering
  • Similar hectolitre weight and grain size to Kojonup with lower screening
  • Similar grout percentage to Carrolup
  • Improved stem rust, leaf rust and septoria resistance

Bilby

  • Bilby is a highly promising potential milling oat variety from the SARDI National Oat Breeding Program. It is early / mid season in maturity which will suit most traditional oat growing areas of Australia. It is dwarf in stature with excellent yield potential similar to Bannister and Williams.
  • Bilby has excellent grain quality with high groat percent and high levels of B-glucan which is desirable for marketers.
  • Bilby can offer growers a high yielding variety with grain quality marketers require. It is approved for milling in Western Australia and is currently undergoing milling evaluation in the Eastern states.
  • Key features:
    • High grain yield potential
    • High B-glucan
    • Bright grain colour
  • Key benefits
    • Low screenings
    • Excellent grain quality
    • High groat percentage

Carrolup

  • Premium milling variety and most commonly grown export hay variety
  • Tall variety with lower yields than dwarf varieties such as Wandering

Durack

  • Durack Oats is a moderately tall variety similar in height to Carrolup and measuring between 80 and 90cm. It is a short season (7 to 10 days earlier in maturity) than Carrolup or Williams.
  • Excellent grain quality with low screenings and high groat percentage.
  • Resistant to CCN R
  • Retains excellent grain quality even in a tough finish
  • Offers growers in medium to high rainfall zones a good option in case of a late break

Express Oats

  • Express is a high-performance forage oat variety ideal for farmers looking for more forage yield in grazing, or for hay/silage situations. Bred and developed by Barenbrug, Express is late maturing with excellent spring and overall yield performance. It benefits from excellent recovery after grazing compared to other similar varieties, plus excellent growth during winter when feed is most needed.

Korrabup

  • Koorabup (tested as 05096-32) is a new high yielding hay oat variety developed for WA with a similar height and similar or slightly later hay cutting time than Carrolup.
  • Koorabup has the best septoria resistance of any current hay variety. Hay and grain yields are similar to Carrolup. Hay colour is excellent with improved digestibility compared to Carrolup.
  • Koorabup has improved foliar disease resistance and grain quality compared to other current hay varieties and combines improved septoria resistance with good rust and bacterial blight resistances. Koorabup has better grain quality than Carrolup, low screenings and bright grain.
  • Koorabup has better lodging and shattering resistance than Wintaroo and Brusher and is similar to Mulgara.

Kowari - "New"

  • New High Yield Oat Variety to help reduce Cholesterol. It is dwarf in stature slightly taller than Mitika with excellent grain quality and will suit most traditional oat growing areas of Australia. It was derived from a cross between Mitaka and a WA breeders line.
  • Improved B-glucan content - 5.2%(dm basis) compared to 4.4% for Mitaka. Produces increased levels of beta glucan which helps to reduce blood cholesterol re-absorption.
  • Good 1000 grain weight
  • High protein and groat percentage
  • Competitive grain yield

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Mortlock

  • Considered a high quality milling oat
  • Mortlock was released in 1983 by DAFWA

Pallinup

  • Has high level of disease resistance
  • Suited to a broad range of sowing times
  • Not an accepted variety for export hay market due to palatability

Swan

  • Tall medium maturing older hay variety
  • Sow 120kg + to avoid thick stems
  • Grain yield not as high as others, has low husk lignin

Wandering

  • Tall dwarf oat and is considered to have good straw strength.

West Winjardie

  • Late maturing high yielding hay variety
  • Grown in lower rainfall areas
  • Low disease resistance – unsuitable for disease prone locations
  • Produces a feed grain with low husk lignin and low hectolitre weight

Williams

  • Mid-tall oat, slightly taller than Kojonup and about 10cm shorter than Carrolup.
  • Early maturing, flowers slightly earlier than Carrolup and 7-10 days earlier than Kojonup.
  • Good straw strength and standibility.

Peas

Dunwa

  • Greenish-brown [dun] seed, suitable for splitting
  • Late maturity
  • Susceptible to black spot
  • Second highest yielding variety

Wheat

Baroota Wonder

  • Used mainly for hay or chaff
  • High yielding as a hay variety
  • Produces quality and quantity as a hay variety
  • Matures later than oats which can help spread the risk of weather damage at baling

Scepter

  • Scepter is seen as the successor to Mace. Scepter looks and behaves very similar to Mace, so will likely fit into the same position in your rotation.
  • Has the added benefit of improved leaf rust and stripe rust resistance and is about two days later to flower. You will still need to keep and eye out for stripe rust infection but hopefully the improvement is enough to help reduce reliance on fungicides
  • AH quality classification
  • Good physical grain quality package
  • CCN and yellow leaf spot resistance equal to Mace

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