When maize seed goes through the conditioning process, it is separated into fractions based on kernel size and shape creating uniformity. Read more on maize seed sizing
Understanding Maize Seed Sizing
AQUAmax® maize hybrids deliver more DM/ha per drop under drought stress and top-end yield potential in ideal growing conditions.
We’ve put together a selection of our recommendations that have a proven track record with farmers under a variety of conditions. These flexible varieties & blends aim to optimise feed with excellent regrowth and reliability in drier conditions.
Spring sowing of a perennial pasture is a great alternative where rainfall is high and / or irrigation is available. The benefits include better weed control while having more favourable conditions for establishing a new pasture. A full pasture renovation is an investment that needs careful planning with the intention to have a productive pasture for a number of years. This can be challenging when sticking to a traditional autumn sowing in some regions of Australia, and it can fail if the winter is cold and wet and the paddocks cannot handle stock or machinery without causing damage. Spring sowing of perennial pastures is gaining momentum and support across the country and is delivering increased success for farmers. This success […]
Forage Cereals offer flexibility to any farming operation through sowing, grazing and silage or hay
Accelerate 200 SG Growth Regulant is a naturally occurring plant hormone that has been maximising pasture growth during the cooler months to deliver quality feed quantity during periods of reduced winter pasture production
Adjuvants play an important role in herbicide formulations and spray mixtures to improve herbicide performance. Find out more here
Poor establishment of newly sown pasture results in a decrease in pasture productivity and an increase in chemical costs from the extra weed control requirements down the track.
When all the sales reps say they have the best grass for you – here’s what to consider when choosing the right perennial ryegrass.
Diploid ryegrasses have two sets of chromosomes per cell, compared to a tetraploid which has four. Diploids combine yield and robustness whilst Tetraploid’s are extremely tasty and palatable.