Evans wallaby grass (Rytidosperma caespitosum var. Evans)
Hume Wallaby grass (Rytidosperma richardsonii var. Hume)
Hume wallaby grass
|Scientific name:||Rytidosperma richardsonii var. Hume|
This grass was bred by the CSIRO especially for revegetation purposes. It is highly presistent on very shallow soils and requires little, if any fertiliser. Once established, Hume Wallaby grass can be mowed infrequently and needs little other maintenance. It is useful for roadside verges and for lawns if sown at a high density.
Oxley wallaby grass
|Scientific name:||Rytidosperma geniculatum var . Oxley|
Bred by Native Seeds, this grass is of small stature and produces little foliage. With this low growth habit, this grass is very useful in situations where persistence, ground coverage and/or visual appeal are more important than dry matter production.
Bunderra wallaby grass
|Scientific name:||Rytidosperma bipartitum var . Bunderra|
Bunderra Wallaby Grass produces significant amounts of foliage on a year round basis and has been shown in grazing trials to be palatable and of high feed value. It was developed by the NSW Department of Agriculture as a forage grass for low fertility soils.
With over 30 native species in Australia Wallaby grass can be confusing. 'Warbling on Wallaby' takes you from the basics to the advanced to answer all of your questions about Wallaby Grass covering:
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