Farmer News and informative grower information.
Contains news, expert advice and information on a range of topics relevant to crop and pasture production in Australia, with a focus on increasing the sustainability of your farm income as well as your farms soils and outputs.
Like you, BioAg are in it for the long haul.
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|About BioAg||BioAg the company, its history, markets, manufacturing facilities, Board of Directors and staff||Click for more info|
|Biological Farming||It presents a viable method of producing high quality, nutritious produce with reduced dependence on inorganic fertilisers, pesticides or gene modification.||Click for more info|
|Case Studies||How have farmers improved their yields, animals and operations using BioAg programs and products||Click for more info|
|Crop Nutrition||The BioAg approach combines the best practices and products from conventional and biological farming to deliver successful farming systems that increase the efficiency and profitability of plant and livestock production.||Click for more info|
|Fertcare||BioAg is a Fertcare registered and accredited organisation||Click for more info|
|Winter Feed||Specifically for pastures, grazing and dairy. The Winter Feed-Gap and|
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|Humus||The essence of highly productive soils||Click for more info|
|Magnesium Deficiency||Pasture soils in many parts of Victoria and NSW suffer from magnesium deficiency, raising risk of incidence of grass tetany in beef and dairy herds||Click for more info|
|Phosphate Rock||Not all are the same. Choosing a high quality "reactive" phosphate rock is key||Click for more info|
|Potassium Deficiency||Potassium (K) is an essential nutrient for plant growth and development||Click for more info|
|Reef Tender Trust||Reef Trust Tender – Wet Tropics is one of the first projects to be funded from the Reef Trust and targets the greatest water quality risk to the Great Barrier Reef: nitrogen discharge from the Wet Tropics||Click for more info|
|Soil||While the average fert program is aimed at feeding the plant, the soil is often ignored. A BioAg program improves this key asset, and maximises yield potential||Click for more info|
|Soil Fertility||Phosphate performs a number of essential roles in plants. Primarily, it acts as a catalyst for photosynthesis, the process that converts the sun’s energy into simple sugars. In turn, these sugars provide a source of energy for most functions in plants and animals||Click for more info|
|Soil, leaf and tissue testing||All BioAg nutritional programs are based on the use of advanced analytical services to determine the functional availability of nutrients, soil pH, soil electrical conductivity, soil compaction, plant sugar content and plant energy content||Click for more info|
|Single superphosphate (SSP) and reactive phosphate rock (RPR)||Essentially superphosphate or “super” is a fertiliser processed using sulphuric acid to boost water solubility of phosphorus||Click for more info|
|Sustainability||Of the land, water, and a farmers operation and livelihood||Click for more info|
|Testimonials||Just a sample of BioAg success stories||Click for more info|
|Trials (crops and pastures)||BioAg products and programs have been tested extensively across a range of crops and pastures. We make the results of these trials freely available||Click for more info|
|Vegetative Growth||To maintain the current momentum I need to maximise tillers per plant and vegetative growth which will be the engine room for the plant, providing all of the energy needed to fill the grain and maximise protein accumulation||Click for more info|