Pasture rundown

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Pasture rundown is the reduction of pasture growth over time due to the tie-up of soil nutrients (primarily nitrogen) in sown pastures. Pasture quantity and quality gradually reduces…
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The Review of productivity decline in sown grass pastures project looked at the use of legumes to improve degraded pastures and made recommendations about targeting RD&E to enhance…
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The ‘Improving productivity of rundown sown grass pastures’ project aims to address the problem of declining sown grass pasture production in northern Australia.

Find out your options to increase nitrogen inputs in your sown pastures, specifically applying nitrogen fertiliser or adding a legume.

Find out more about ways to increase nitrogen cycling in your sown pastures, including mechanical options, ley farming and more…

Is your buffel grass is not growing as big and bulky as it used to? Or is it pale green or yellow instead of being dark green? Find out why here…