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Synergy Seeds supply a combination of high-grade temperate legumes, grasses, cereals, tropical and vetch varieties. We supply both proprietary and public varieties, so that our customers can meet the demands of their markets.


Woolly Pod Vetch
Vicia villosa ssp. dasycarpa

NAMOI is the highest biomass producer with a very high % of hard seeds (>80%).

NAMOI is a mid-maturity variety (>130 days from seeding to flowering); adapted to medium rainfall (>375mm) or irrigated areas with medium to heavier soils. Resistant to rust and susceptible to ascochyta and chocolate spot, as well as to lucerne flea, blue-green aphid, cowpea aphid and Heliothis. For hay production it has good leaf retention.

NAMOI is sprawling and weak-stemmed, with purple, pea-like flowers. It will grow through and over associated plants to produce a dense, intertwined sward.

The plant flowers profusely from late spring to early summer, producing many two-seeded to five-seeded pods. The seeds are fairly large (26,500 seeds/kg), about half the size of field peas and high in protein.

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Growing Conditions

  • Soil Type

    Namoi is adapted to a wide range of soils varying from heavy basalts to granites, but the soil must be at least moderately fertile for satisfactory production. Woolly pod vetch does best on well-drained soils and will not tolerate waterlogging. It does not perform at high levels of exchangeable aluminium in the soil

  • Sowing Rate

    Grain 25 - 40kg/ha
    Hay/ Silage 30 - 45kg/ha
    Grazing 30 - 45kg/ha
    Green Manure 45 - 50kg/ha

  • Rainfall


  • pH

    5.0 - 8.0 (CaCl2)

  • Inoculant

    Group E Rhizobium


  • Mid maturity – 130 days
  • 80-90% Hard seed
  • Suitable where long term regeneration of legume is required
  • Suitable for grazing, hay and green manuring
  • Highly efficient nitrogen fixation
  • Offers a disease break in cropping rotations
  • Resistance to chocolate spot, rust and ascochyta blight

Namoi Vetch, Mid North, Caltowie South Australia

Nathan is in a crop of Certified Namoi Vetch in the mid north of South Australia. Crop looks great with a lot of bulk considering the rainfall and seasonal conditions to date. This crop requires a fungicide before flowering to get it through to seed. Warm conditions will produce a good seed set and harvesting in late December. Synergy Seeds produces Namoi Vetch for many of our International Customers for use in Cover Crop rotations. Vetch

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