While being very different crops to grow, both wheat and canola pose similar challenges to maximising yield and quality.
Maximising the return on Dual Purpose Wheat was last modified: February 10th, 2019 by BioAg
Broadacre cropping program was last modified: February 10th, 2019 by BioAg
Fourth year of corn, cotton and soybean trials completed was last modified: June 8th, 2017 by BioAg
It’s been a busy 3-months on the farm (when isn’t it) with lime, gypsum and BioAgPhos spread over summer, and planting of our cereals and oilseeds through the autumn. The planting conditions couldn’t have been better with good rainfall before and during the planting window. This has helped with seedling emergence. I’ve completed some recent counts with my agronomist and have an average plant density of 190 plants per square meter in the wheat and 40 plants per square meter in the canola. While the coming spring’s rainfall can still have an influence the result, at the moment with the soil moisture profile we have, coupled with our fertility program and the plant density, the yield potential is above average. 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 …
Want to get the most out of your autumn? was last modified: March 24th, 2016 by BioAg
Who: Drew, Janelle & Jock Vidler What: Canola (cropping) Where: Corobimilla, near Narrandera NSW. Drew, together with his wife Janelle and son Jock have a mixed farming operation at Corobimilla, south of Narrandera. Foliars and Riverina Canola was last modified: March 29th, 2017 by BioAg
A fourth-generation farmer uses BioAg Fertiliser and Fertility Programs to improve the quality and sustainability of his soils, which allowed for a shift to continuous cropping of their 104 year-old farm. 104 year old farm benefits from soil health was last modified: August 1st, 2016 by BioAg