MLA Producer Demonstration Sites:
Growing Perennial Pastures in a Variable Climate

This Project is funded by Meat and Livestock Australia with donations of product and time from, Calcimo, Stephens Pasture Seeds, Barenbrug, Pasture Genetics,  AGF seeds and participating farmers.

Managing New Perennials Over Spring
Managing New Perennials Over Spring
February: Plant counts show significant increased establishment in fallow paddock
February: Plant counts show significant increased establishment in fallow paddock
Fact Sheet: Selecting the right perennial species for your farm
Fact Sheet: Selecting the right perennial species for your farm
January: Plans for the other half of the paddock
January: Plans for the other half of the paddock
December: The impact of the fallow
December: The impact of the fallow
Fact Sheet: Do you need to renovate your Perennial Pasture
Fact Sheet: Do you need to renovate your Perennial Pasture
November: Managing Summer Active Tall Fescue
November: Managing Summer Active Tall Fescue
October: Annual Ryegrass Woes
October: Annual Ryegrass Woes
September: Plot 4
September: Plot 4
June:
June:
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Managing New Perennials Over Spring
February: Plant counts show significant increased establishment in fallow paddock
Fact Sheet: Selecting the right perennial species for your farm
January: Plans for the other half of the paddock
December: The impact of the fallow
Fact Sheet: Do you need to renovate your Perennial Pasture
November: Managing Summer Active Tall Fescue
October: Annual Ryegrass Woes
September: Plot 4
June:
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Managing New Perennials Over Spring

Managing New Perennials Over Spring

Alison GunnSep 21, 2021
Managing perennial pastures in the spring and summer after planting is critical to ensure good survival and improve the ability of your new plants to compete against any weeds. Once your grasses are 10 to 15 cm tall and cannot easily be pulled out, a quick grazing when growing conditions are good will encourage tillering…