November 2015

Your Dryland Seed Specialist in New Zealand

A true story of success

Mixed species pasture in a dry north facing hill site, Omaka Valley  Arrowleaf Clover 

Thanks to Bruce Webb for allowing us to do this photo series on his property.

21 November 2013

Flowering allowed, imagine the amount of seed in a 70 mm long seed head

Filling up the seedbank in the first year is crucial.

11 March 2014

The open paddock and plenty of sun are helping to soften hard seed for next year.

25 March 2015

Morning dew and few showers have allowed to get seedlings going and there are millions of them. 



 28 July 2015

A carpet of clover.



 6th August 2015

clover plantain, cocksfoot growing nicely.

21st August 2015

clover reaching 300 mm height already.

7th September 2015

ready for grazing in a couple days, look at all the prime feed.

25th September 2015

Cattle are doing exceptionally well, no wonder looking at the leaf size this clover has.

30 October 2015

still grazing?

6 November 2015

Again, its been a very dry season so far, clover that has been missed by cattle is starting to flower.

Who said top flowering annuals are a waste of time.
Looking forward to next year.....

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