Forage testimonial plus pest management of snails, using a stale seed bed for eliminating weeds in lawn and turf and our team profile this month is Sam Wright
News, updates and announcements from Valley Seeds
At Valley Seeds, we believe that our seed production processes play a vital part in improving the progression of pastures.
A stale seed bed is an effective technique for weed control and elimination when sowing turf and lawns. The stale seed bed encourages weed germination before sowing.
By his own admission, Chris Hunter has been a ‘perennial pasture man’ for 40 or 50 years. Now, he’s changing his mind.
In this issue: Articles on grazing winter pastures, lawn maintenance in the colder months, and why annual ryegrasses are a great cover crop for vineyards.
Valley Seeds plant breeder Anthony Leddin and graduate research assistant Sarah McMaster are sowing trial plots at sites in South West and North East Victoria.
If you have sown a new lawn or just want to improve your existing lawn, here are a few tips to follow.
In addition his role as a Valley Seeds Regional Sales Manager, Allan works with our plant breeder Anthony Leddin to screen varieties for rust resistance at our Bellingen NSW site.
Grazing decisions over winter affect the quality, quantity and composition of pasture.