Name: Glycine (Neonotonia wightii)

Perennial. Most growth in spring, summer and autumn. Twining and trailing habit. Suited to very fertile, well-drained soils. Does not tolerate continuous heavy grazing. Sow a mixture of glycine varieties to ensure persistence on variable soil types. Sow in spring to late summer. Frost susceptible. Inoculum: Group M (CB756).

Sowing rate: 2-4 kg/ha.
Minimum average
annual rainfall:
(summer dominant) 1000 mm.

Tinaroo (Public variety)

Malawi. (Public variety) – Late flowering, better suited to lower pH soils than Tinaroo. (Seed difficult to obtain).

Cooper (Public variety) – Earlier flowering type and more drought tolerant (seed difficult to obtain).