Sugargraze have 36% soluble sugar in the stems, excellent leaf disease tolerance, excellent silage
production (2-3 time better than maize), excellent for range grazing, digestibility of Sugargraze
exceeds with aging due to increasing sugar content, excellent drought resistance, excellent side
sprouting, excellent re-growth in summer after grazing, high dry material production potential, most
versatile forage crop known.
Jumbo (sorghum x Sudan grass)
More leaves - less stems, fast regrowth after grazing, strong viable seedlings, can be planted early,
excellent digestibility and energy, ultra late flowering, continual growth while flowering, high dry
Hydrocyanic acid free forage crop, ultra late flowering, high protein and energy ensure better animal
production, forage quality equal to rye grass and oats, must be planted on well drained soils, fast
regrowth and can be heavily grazed, excellent grazing for ewes with lambs and dairy production,
fine leaf structure, drought stress may influence quality of taste.
BMR (BMR Sorghum x Sudan grass)
Digestibility better than average sorghums, low lignin, strong aggressive seedling, late flowering,
excellent stability, sweet stems with excellent palatability, excellent for dairy production, silage and
green chop, high dry material production.
Ideal for grazing and hay production, a Sudan grass hybrid, fine leaf and stems ideal for sheep and
dairy production, fast regrowth after grazing, excellent digestibility and energy, excellent leaf to
stem ratio, high dry material production, easy to manage.