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Three Steps To Improve Your Soil: Digest-It for Effluent

Michael Douglass BioAg Biostimulants

Lakeland Dairies, Devinish Nutrition, and Thomson & Joseph established a soil improvement program across three monitor farms in 2013. The program aims to address the physical, chemical and biological requirements of the soil as a means of improving production. BioAg’s Digest-it for Effluent is being used to address the biological aspect. One participant has increased dry matter production by 20.5% and milk from forage by 8.3%. Read the full story here.. Three Steps To Improve Your Soil: Digest-It for Effluent was last modified: December 5th, 2016 by Michael Douglass

BioAg Pasture near Crookwell

Winter Strategy-Grow More Feed

Michael Douglass fertiliser, pasture

Winter temperatures can cause pasture growthrates to drop to very low levels 0-15 kg DM/ha/day Long-term phosphate trials have shown itspositive effect on winter production³ 1 kg P/ha grew 1.7 t DM/ha 15 kg P/ha grew 2.8 t DM/ha Balance & Grow with nitrogen and gibberellic acid are “get out of jail” cards when short of winter feed Growth stimulation can be seen as early as seven days after application Winter Strategy-Grow More Feed was last modified: May 24th, 2016 by Michael Douglass

Growing Pasture

Michael Douglass pasture

Growing Pasture: The Grass is greener in Murrabit! John Archard on growing pasture: “Anyone can grow grass in autumn and spring just by throwing nitrogen down. Where this system stands out is its ability to grow quality pasture from March to December. High protein and high ME feed is what keeps your milk volume and components up”. Growing Pasture was last modified: February 24th, 2016 by Michael Douglass

Kagome Australia Tomato Research Trials

Michael Douglass Horticulture

Compiled by Dan Hill Area Manager, Southern Victoria & Tasmania Courtesy of Kagome Australia and Tomato Topics (Horticulture Innovation Australia) Volume 25, Number 2, June 2015. BioAg treatment delivered 14 t/ha improvement above the control Kagome Australia Tomato Research Trials was last modified: December 1st, 2015 by Michael Douglass

Soil Health

Michael Douglass Soil

Acid-based fertilisers and other chemicals have been used widely in agriculture since the mid-1800’s. Soil Health was last modified: March 29th, 2017 by Michael Douglass