Balansa clover is an annual clover that regenerates when given the opportunity to produce seed. A very adaptable species, balansa clover will generally grow where subterranean clover grows as well as some areas where soils can experience water logging or where salinity is a problem.
- Tolerant of moderate soil salinity
- High dry matter yields
- Can withstand periods of water logging
- Ideally sown as part of a mix
Outstanding balansa for low rainfall zones
Taipan Balansa Clover is a highly productive Balansa Clover for medium rainfall zones. The hard seediness of Taipan allows for flexibility when seasons are dry. Taipan Balansa Clover is ready to graze in 55-85 days and is tolerant to moderate levels of soil salinity. It can be sown as a straight strand or in one of our high quality pasture blends
Late season annual clover
Viper Balansa Clover is a late flowering long season balansa clover, known as a self-regenerating annual legume. It is a semi-erect, hollow stemmed species that can grow to 1 metre tall, but remains prostrate when grazed.
Paradana Balansa is a mid maturing, semi erect, self regenerating annual clover that grows mainly in spring. Paradana is very waterlogging tolerant and shows resistance to clover scorch and root rot.
Aerial seeding, erect or semi-erect, much branched, self regenerating annual temperate legume, growing to over 80 cm tall, but remaining prostrate when grazed.High yielding, good quality hay on areas receiving more than 450mm p.a.