Humidicola grass (Brachiaria Humidicola)
Humidicola grass (Brachiaria humidicola) is a strong creeping Tropical grass that will tolerate water logging whilst producing high volumes of feed on a variety of soils, including sandy soils to heavy clays. It is well suited for rainfall regions upwards of 1000-1500mm/year.
Humidicola is truly a strong, creeping, and vigorous Tropical grass capable of setting aggressive roots, forming a dense sward and able to thrive in waterlogged soils for a few months. Humidicola will respond well to nitrogen, superphosphate and phosphorus when applied at generous rates according to soil types.
Humidicola – while primarily grown for grazing in waterlogged pastures, it has been grown for hay production due to its large volumes of DM produced.
Vigorous and Productive.
Tolerant of heavy grazing.
Tolerant of Water logging.
Competitive to weeds.
Competes with Legumes.
Can have dormancy in seed.
Sowing rate – 8-10kg of quality coated seed.
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