Autumn-sown Fortitude barley offers flexibility and yield advantages

Our aptly-named Fortitude barley is proving to be a solid performer…
New Zealand v Sri Lanka - 1st Test: Day 3

The MCG Luisetti Seed connection

The Boxing Day test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)…

Setting legumes up for spring

Attention to the management of forage legumes now will pay dividends…
In a recent catch-crop trial , Intimidator oats generated a gross profit of $1800/ha.

Oat catch-crop benefits bottom-line and environment

Capturing the nitrogen accumulated in the soil in the wake of…
Catherine milling wheat

Catherine shines in performance trials

Our new premium two milling wheat, “Catherine”, was the stand-out…
Brendan Morahan

New Agricultural Chemical Manager brings a wealth of experience to the role

Brendan Morahan joined Luisetti Seeds last month, bringing…
Seed Manager Chris Tyson

Chris Tyson – Seed Manager

We’d like to welcome Chris Tyson to his new position as our…
Agronomist Jack Harnett with Intimidator Oats. A valuable catch-crop, Intimidator Oats have the ability to regrow after grassing, are frost tolerant and have higher protein levels than many other cereal.

Intimidator Oats used as a winter catch crop to reduce Nitrogen Leaching

Financially, winter grazing of forage crops can be a good…
Moa Persian clover is ideal as a companion clover for Italian ryegrass, Intimidator Oats or Maimai Ryecorn

Companion clover for top performing forage cultivars

Moa Persian Clover is a top flowering cool season annual…
Boardroom table, built using the old elevator

We’re bringing a piece of history into the boardroom

In the years before we handled all our inward deliveries in bulk,…
Mark Zino uses subterranean clover as the basis of his pasture mixes.

Subterranean clover drives sheep production

The combination of sheep genetics and legumes such as lucerne…