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Catch Crop

27 Jul, 2022

Catch cropping: Use the N before you lose it

Are you about to finish your winter feed crop? Use the N before you lose it! Catch crops are an efficient tool to extract mineral nitrogen and other nutrients before it has the potential to be lost via leaching or soil run off. (Article continues bel...

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18 May, 2022

Transitioning animals onto fodder beet

At this time of year farmers all round start to transition their animals onto the crops our agronomists have checked and tended to since spring! It is important to get this right for the benefit of your animals’ health and wellbeing as well as your...

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10 May, 2022

Critical Updates: Intensive Winter Grazing

On the 19th of April, 2022 there were government policy updates & changes that will impact intensive winter grazing practice in Canterbury, Otago and Southland. We have worked with resource management consultants at Lumen Environmental to bring this ...

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4 Mar, 2022

Autumn Regrassing Specials 2022: Custom Seed Mixes

SHEEP AND BEEF MIX Product Rate kg/ha Revolution Diploid Perennial Ryegrass 16 Clara Diploid Italian Ryegrass 5 SF Quest White Clover 3 Angus Chicory...

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16 Dec, 2021

Dryland Pasture: Subterranean Clover

Dryland pasture species not only persist in challenging environments, but also perform at the right time to make a difference to your bottom line. Subterranean clover (Trifolium subterraneum) is an annual clover that gets its name from the characte...

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3 Sep, 2021

Rational Diversity

If you don’t know what you stand for, you’ll fall for anything. Selecting the right species, cultivars and their respective sowing rates can be a daunting exercise for farmers who are often inundated with information, much of it conflicting. In rece...

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