Trace elements can be applied directly to plants as part of a foliar application – for as little as 10 per cent of the quantity and cost.
Fertiliser is very affordable; if you apply the right amount of the right nutrients in the right place at
the right time, production and yield will benefit.
Early-sown dual-purpose crops are on the radar again this autumn through reduced forage quantity and quality in most improved pasture paddocks.
Which nutrients to apply for soils that are acid at depth. Responding to a recent GRDC podcast about new research by Helen Burns and Dr Mark Norton from NSW DPI about the negative impact on pulse and legume yields in acid soils.
We celebrate 20 years of providing soil fertility benefits to all kinds of enterprises, across this wide, brown land, and we’re very proud to be here and extremely grateful to all the customers, distributors and advocates who have been with us during this journey so far.
Maximise pasture growth with a better fertiliser decision was last modified: March 18th, 2019 by BioAg
In early October 2018, the Galpin family sold one May 2017-drop Poll Dorset (used as a ram lamb) for $5200, a figure which achieved a new stud record for the South Australian-based pasturalist family. Below: watch David Galpin talking about his BioAg pasture fertiliser program (30 sec video). The sale, at their property “Warrawindi” near Penola in South Australia, was the Galpins 14th annual on-property sale, was described as “outstanding” by the auctioneers, resulted in a total clearance across all the three breeds, and also a lift in the three averages. While the sale was obviously a win for the Galpin’s, BioAg’s South Australian Area Manager Phil Toy was feeling something similar, since David Galpin has been a customer of Phil’s since 2014. Both David and BioAg share the belief that sol tests are a very effective tool when determining the correct inputs for any pasture, along with quantities and timing. Galpin/BioAg fertiliser program summary …
Strong, plentiful and healthy pasture in Spring is key for maximising your profit from this type of enterprise. Both new and established pastures benefit from the more favourable growing conditions (warmth and moisture), while it is up to us to ensure that soils are healthy and nutrient needs are addressed. Nutrient deficiencies occur in Spring largely due to the conditions they have just experienced in Winter. Higher rainfall can increase the leaching and lock-up of any previously applied water soluble nutrient, while colder temperatures can increase the mortality of beneficial microbes normally present in healthy soils. Addressing soil health and nutrient needs now delivers numerous benefits to pastures: It improves the quality and quantity of grazed feed, and conserved feed (silage and hay) It allows us to increase and maintain stocking rates It improves the digestibility and palatability of grazing, silage and hay feed It creates the circumstances that deliver …
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