Is your Spring pasture pulling its weight?

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Winter Strategy-Grow More Feed

  • 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


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Want to get the most out of your autumn?

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Growing 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”. (more…)

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