Hybrid sunflowers from Pacific Seeds

Exceptional levels of drought tolerance make Hysun ideal for the harsh Australian environment
Exceptional levels of drought tolerance make Hysun ideal for the harsh Australian environment
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As demand for Sunflower oil increases, Pacific Seeds have developed a range of hybrid plants to consistently provide growers with high yield and maximum returns. The changing dynamics of the sunflower industry indicate the need for three major types of sunflowers: Traditional polyunsaturated, monounsaturated and the developing birdseed/ confectionery market variety.

Pacific Seeds offer the Hysun, Hyoleic 41 and Sunbird 7 varieties.

Hysun’s robust nature makes it perfect for tough growing conditions

  • Features very high yield potential and excellent disease protection
  • Hysun’s exceptional levels of drought tolerance make it ideal for the harsh Australian environment

Hyoleic 41 mono-unsaturated sunflower

  • Features medium to full season maturity
  • Excellent disease resistance and yield protection with semi-pendulous heads resulting in reduced sunburn, head rot and bird problems
  • Produces a very good percentage of high level mono-unsaturated oil

Sunbird 7 for high yield and maximum returns

  • Features excellent disease tolerance and highly reliable under stress
  • Produces large, attractive and highly sort after grey striped seeds 
  • Ideal for birdseed

The range of Sunflowers from Pacific Seeds provides growers with excellent growth performance and maximum returns on investment.

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