BioAg Country – winter 2020

BioAg’s winter newsletter includes articles on how to make the most of recent rainfall with a BioAg program and when’s the best time to plan next summer’s crops. Also covered – regen ag, compost and nutrient use efficiency.

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Which summer crop?

Corn, rice, cotton, sunflowers…? Whatever you decide, a BioAg fertility program can improve your returns. As always with farming, there are risks. The decision of what

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Soil & Seed at sowing

Soil & Seed has demonstrated in replicated trials, field demonstrations and long term grower use, that it enhances uptake of nutrients into plants.

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Why NUE is more important than ever

As fertiliser prices increase nutrient use efficiency becomes crucial for managing farm costs. Efficient use of nutrient leads to reduced up-front costs for purchasing nutrients, including nitrogen.

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Changing to a better way

The Raff family work with BioAg agents Agrifert. They use a BioAgPhos blend on their farm, feeding the soil and fertilising the pastures on which their Angus cattle thrive.

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BioAg Country Summer 2019

Our summer newsletter includes stories on: Why you need to invest in calcium, sulphur and phosphorus Biostimulants – too important to ignore? Distributor spotlight –

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Welcome to Peter Emerson

Peter Emerson joined the BioAg team of specialist agronomists in November 2019. Peter is based near Albury and also works out of our Narrandera office

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Trungley Hall crop walk

Alex and Ed Gebhardt of Kanoona Enterprises Pty Ltd at Trungley Hall have been working with BioAg’s Rob Gill to improve soil health and productivity on their

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