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Then, now, and tomorrow of Australian pastures

Australia has a rich history of breeding and development in temperate pasture species. From early European settlement, the demand for more productive pasture species has led to a change from the native grasses that were dominant in the landscape to introduced temperate and tropical pasture species for southern Australia.

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Oversowing revives old pastures

If you have gone through a dry summer, and have continuously grazed with stock, you may find that once the autumn rains come your pastures have lost some density. If

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Diploid vs Tetraploid

Any ryegrass species may be available in either tetraploid or diploid varieties. Tetraploid plants have larger cells, a higher ratio of soluble carbohydrates (sugars) to cell wall (fibre) and a higher water content.

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Choosing the right ryegrass

What do I need to consider when selecting a ryegrass for my farm?  Selecting the correct ryegrass for your enterprise is key to the success of your business.   Knowing the

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Finefeed annual ryegrass

A great choice for 2022 Why a diploid annual ryegrass? In Australia, our climate and environment are very suited to annual ryegrasses. Diploid types are often of interest because they

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It’s time to upgrade

renew your pasture now Selecting new pasture is a powerful management tool for improving production and profit from your farm. Choosing the most suitable cultivar, together with good preparation, establishment,

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