Pasture clover

Top 6 tips for growing Spring pasture

Strong, plentiful and healthy is what we should be aiming for in Spring pastures. This is key to conserving feed for Summer, as well as maximising your profits. If you’re amongst the lucky ones who received good Winter rains, then both your new and established pastures will benefit from the more favourable growing conditions of Spring (warmth and moisture). During Spring, pastures enter the reproductive growth phase and on most farms, this growth will be the peak growth for the year. The key goals for the pastoralist during Spring is to ensure that soils are functioning efficiently and that nutrient deficiencies are addressed, while addressing these issues in the most economical fashion. What condition is your pasture in come Spring? Nutrient needs Higher rainfall throughout Winter can increase the leaching and lock-up of any previously applied water-soluble nutrient, which contributes to the nutrient deficiencies often experienced during Spring. To paraphrase …

Winter 2017 edition of BioAg Country is now available

The Winter 2017 edition of BioAg Country, our quarterly newsletter is now available in both print and digital editions. In this edition Winter Cropping – How to add to bottom line growth Growing More Winter Feed – Results from our 2016 pasture trials Horticulture Update – Results from independent tomato trials using BioAg products Dual Purpose Wheat – Maximising return New BioAg Corporate Video Winter 2017 edition of BioAg Country is now available was last modified: June 6th, 2017 by BioAg


Winter 2017 Newsletter coming soon

Since the release of our Autumn 17 edition of BioAg Country, the team have been working on the Winter 17 edition. There has been a lot of stuff happening at BioAg and around the traps, and we can’t wait to share it with you. BioAg Country Winter 2017 should arrive in your mail in the first week of June. P.S. Don’t normally receive our newsletter? You can, its free, give us a yell and we will add you to the list of those already receiving it. Winter 2017 Newsletter coming soon was last modified: May 24th, 2017 by BioAg

Soil pH chart

Understanding your soil test results

When BioAg agronomists perform soil testing on your farm, the results are accompanied by an analysis and an explanation. You may however wish to understand more about soil tests and the key aspects of the results. We have just published part 1 of a new article on this titled Understanding Your Soil Test Results. We hope you find it interesting and useful. Read more… Understanding your soil test results was last modified: December 21st, 2016 by BioAg