Research and Development
New varieties, trial results and seed treatment updates.
Did you know?.. Pasture Genetics has established over 300 single-season and permanent pasture demonstration and evaluation sites across Australia to test in their products in varied conditions and soil types.
Recently, alongside Pasture Genetics general manager Rob Damin, managing director Ann Damin snipped the ribbon to officially open the Benito Damin Laboratory and Education Centre at Penfield Research Station, Virginia, South Australia. The laboratory and centre was constructed throughout the first half of 2019 and is a vital addition to the Penfield Research Station facility […]
On Tuesday, September 3, at the Royal Adelaide Show, Pasture Genetics Research and Technical Services Manager, Tom Damin presented farmer Mark Branson of Stockport, South Australia, with the Pasture Genetics National Fodder Innovation Award. Entries were of a very high calibre and the judge’s decision was tough but winner Mark, whose innovation utilises drone technology […]
To our suppliers, seed producers, clients, colleagues and farmers, We wish you a happy End of Financial Year! Thank you for all your contributions to our success this financial year. As the largest fully independent and Australian-owned forage seed company, we value your ongoing loyalty and support. As a proud Australian family-founded and operated company […]
A Yorke Peninsula farmer who turned a community issue into an innovative business for his farm has won the Pasture Genetics National Fodder Innovation Award at the Royal Adelaide Show. The award was presented to Kadina farmer Brenton McRae by Pasture Genetics Research and Technical Services Manager Tom Damin on Tuesday afternoon. It is the […]
On Monday, August 13, the Honourable David Ridgway MLC visited Pasture Genetics Penfield Research Station at Virginia, South Australia. Greeted by general manager Rob Damin, international business manager Sean Coffey, and research and technical services manager Tom Damin, David was guided through Pasture Genetics’ seed treatment plant, fully accredited export facility, and trailblazing trial site. […]
On Thursday, August 9, Pasture Genetics had the pleasure of hosting first-year agriculture students from the University of Adelaide’s Roseworthy campus. Over 40 students, hailing from both Australia and overseas, furthered their knowledge of pasture species, production systems, pasture management, and livestock performance. The student’s current-semester curriculum focuses on pasture production in the Australian environment […]
On Wednesday, July 18, Pasture Genetics national key account manager Adam Little presented to a group of 25 vineyard owners and operators. He introduced Pasture Genetics SOWsmart® specialist blends for viticultural and horticultural enterprises, as well as some new products in Pasture Genetics’ range, like Smart Radish. Pasture Genetics Smart Radish is a market leading […]
Outperforming competitors to preserve the business for future generations: that is the goal of the wholesale seed company Pasture Genetics. Their strategy? Investing in Research & Development (R&D), collaborating closely with dedicated, international partners like Bayer SeedGrowth® and thus offering the highest-quality seed to farmers. In Brief: The wholesale seed company Pasture Genetics wants to […]
Have a chat with… Pasture Genetics General Manager Rob Damin and you quickly realise why the Adelaide-based forage and pasture seeds business is at the peak of its game in Australia and on the world stage. A breeding and research facility on the outskirts of Adelaide, animal weight-gain trials prior to the release of new […]
On Tuesday, May 15, Pasture Genetics Northern Regional Commercial Manager Adam Little and Territory Manager Jack Edwards attended the New South Wales Local Land Services Hunter pasture walk at Singleton, to provide producers with variety-specific information and agronomic insight. The demonstration site was sown by Pasture Genetics for the NSW LLS Hunter on April 5 […]