Seednet first commercialised End Point Royalty varieties in 1998 and to date have now commercialised over 100 crop varieties from 12 different breeding organisations and made a significant contribution to the broader grains industry. Much of their success can be attributed to their Seednet Partner network of 19 regionally based businesses servicing retailers and growers with high quality seed products.
Barley, Faba Bean, Kabuli Chickpea, Oat, Field Pea and Wheat
All Seednet varieties are produced under Seednet’s externally contracted Quality Assurance Program. Purity and germination certificates are always available for each line of seed purchased. As a Seednet partner AG Schilling & Co works closely with Seednet to bring high quality seed into the market place.
Domestic quality malting variety
Suited to both domestic and export mating markets
High yielding, mid-early maturing malting variety.
Barley under malt evaluation
Medium spring maturity with potential for early sowing
Clearfield Malt Barley
The first herbicide tolerant malting barley variety
High yielding feed variety
Mid to early season feed barley
High yielding with medium seed size for high rainfall areas
Early mid maturity with medium grain size for the southern region
Mid maturing with large grain size for the high rainfall southern regions
Herbicide tolerant to some Imidazolinone herbicides (Group B). Similar yields to current faba bean varieties grown in southern Australia.
High yielding faba bean variety for short season areas in the southern Region.
High yielding, early-mid flowering and maturity, medium sized kabuli chickpea.
Early flowering and maturing, medium grain sized, semi erect kabuli variety
Dual Purpose Oat
Dual purpose oat with good early vigour and CCN resistance
High yielding milling oat variety with mid season maturity
“Kaspa-type” Field Pea
Mid flowering, early to mid maturity with high yielding across range of environments
“Kaspa-type” Field Pea
Mid-late flowering Kaspa-type field pea with improving bacterial blight resistance and broad adaption
White Field Pea
Early to mid-season, good yield potential & broad adaption, marketed as yellow split for human consumption
Good size grain, winter growth habit well suited to early sowing and winter grazing
High yielding early season APW milling wheat variety with excellent pre-harvest sprouting tolerance
High yielding awnless winter wheat suitable for sowing from mid March ideal for graze and grain production
Early to mid-maturity durum wheat, with excellent semolina and pasta making quality, sensitive to acidic soil types and not recommended for pH (CaCl2) below 5.5