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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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10 Aug, 2021

Key considerations when choosing fodder beet

Following best practice guidelines when introducing fodder beet into your farming system can result in high yields and good utilisation of the crop by your herd. Our agronomists work with their clients through every consideration that needs to be mad...

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5 May, 2021

Glenroy Farm: Working on research and development

Understanding farm systems is imperative to adding value to our customers’ businesses, as is taking a ‘whole system approach’ to our agronomic service offering. To build on our knowledge of working farm systems and good rotation planning, we took on ...

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27 Jan, 2021

Fertilising strategically with Rapid Canopy

While there’s no single fertiliser that can be described as a ‘one-stop’ solution, one product we continue to see great results from in beet and brassica crops is Rapid Canopy....

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15 Apr, 2020

What’s your leaf to bulb ratio?

Growth is good and what better way to do it than increasing your leaf to bulb ratio for bigger and better protein percentages....

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