Coolamon

For summer moisture and hard sheep grazing

Coolamon Subterranean clover logo |  Agricom NZ
  • Heading Date Mid (Mid-heading)
  • Perenniality Annual
  • Grazing Seasons Autumn, Spring, Winter

Coolamon is a mid heading cultivar similar to Woogenellup and 1-2 weeks earlier than Goulburn, setting viable seed mid to late October

Good winter activity with excellent early spring growth with the ability to grow well into mid November with rainfall

Coolamon has excellent density and is highly suited to early spring set-stocking in dry environments

Ideal autumn sown addition to established dryland Tonic pasture to improve spring legume content

Coolamon is a mid season flowering, moderately hard seeded subterranean clover making it suitable to all true east coast dryland environments that may start drying out by the start of November. Sub clovers are stoloniferous spreading clovers that need to set seed before the onset of dry conditions for persistence to be achieved. Hard seededness in sub clover is a major driver of persistence.

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Sowing & Establishment

  • Seed Weight 6 grams (per 1,000 seeds)
  • Sowing Rate 6 in pasture mix, 10-12 as primary legume
Dylan Morratti | Agricom
Coolamon subterranean clover provides excellent early spring growth making it an ideal forage option for hard sheep grazing in dry conditions
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