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Increase Grazing Pasture Production for Sheep and Beef [Annual Plan]

BioAg Pastures for Sheep and Beef

BioAg has developed an annual plan specifically for sheep and beef growers.

Managing Nitrogen in Winter Pastures

By Dan Hill, BioAg Agronomist, Vic.

The challenge of maintaining Winter pasture production

Volatilisation occurs when ammonium in urea converts to a gas. This can lead to significant N losses when...

Winter Cropping - Adding to bottom line growth

Keep growing during Winter

While being very different crops to grow, both wheat and canola pose similar challenges to maximising yield and quality.

Maximising the return on Dual Purpose Wheat

  • 8.3 t/ha yield achieved after stock grazed on the crop in August
  • +17% yield increase above the control

Successful farmers make the most out of every resource available to them. For some farmers,...

Growing Winter Feed

Building a winter feed wedge provides feed for winter consumption, and avoids soil damage from over-grazing, and potentially reducing supplemental feeding.

Horticulture - Tomato trial update (2016-17)

  • + 5.4 t/Ha yield increase

Kagome Australia commenced tomato production near Echuca (Vic) in 1996, and has since grown to become Australia’s largest tomato producer.

Broadacre Cropping Programs

As with all of our programs, a BioAg broadacre cropping fertiliser program is tailored to suit each individual paddock.

Growing Winter Feed [Pasture Trial Results]

With Winter here, we thought it appropriate to share with you some of the work we have done in optimising pasture production during the colder months.

This trial highlighted BioAg's Balance & Grow...

Cotton Yield Benefits using BioAg Liquids [Trial Report]

From 2013-2017, BioAg's liquids soil inoculants and foliars were independently trialled to test their ability to effect yield results in cotton crops.

The following is a summary of the 5 years of...

2015 Market Outlook

by Anton Barton, Managing Director, BioAg

Farmers and graziers in general know and appreciate that the secret to converting rain into quality feed is an ample supply of nutrients, particularly...

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