Name:Puccinellia (Puccinellia ciliata)
Description:Perennial. Growth in autumn, winter and spring; dormant in summer. Tolerates saline soils better than tall wheatgrass, but is less vigorous. Tolerant of poorly drained areas. Usually sown in mixtures, with tall wheatgrass and strawberry clover, except in very saline soils. Sow in autumn (dryland); autumn or late winter to early spring (irrigated). Pucinellia is not a highly productive grass and is sensitive to heavy grazing.
Sowing rate:3 kg/ha.
Minimum average annual rainfall for this  species: 400 mm Southern NSW 500 mm Northern NSW.
Variety: Menemen (Puccinellia is also sold as sweet grass) – Public variety