Kikuyu, Prairie Grass and Phalaris


Jeronimo is a new highly winter active prairie grass with a broad fit for pasture systems where rotational grazing is used.


Jeronimo has similar maturity to Matua and has excellent capacity for reseeding into pasture swards. It has much improved autumn/winter activity to ensure more feed when it is most needed. Jeronimo can be sown as the sole grass at high rates for intensive dairy production to provide a boost to autumn winter production. It is especially well suited to the sub tropics. It can also be used as a component of cocksfoot or tall fescue based perennial pastures to provide re-seeding into the pasture sward, especially around stock camps. It can also be used in mixes with lucerne to provide a balanced pasture with more winter production and no need for expensive winter cleaning.

Suited to all livestock types, silage and hay


  • Excellent palatability
  • Early maturity
  • Excellent production
  • Increased winter activity


  • Has excellent palatability and quality even when seeding
  • More feed eaten for conversion to meat or milk
  • Suited to all pasture systems under rotational grazing
  • Greater performance than standards over the warm seasons
  • Enables excellent re-seeding for strong pasture regeneration
  • More feed when it is needed most

Sowing Rates

Sole grass with clover & herbs
Perennial pasture mixes