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PASTURE RENOVATION GUIDE

INSIDE: This guide contains information about pasture selection, establishment and management to assist with maximising the productivity of your property.

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Autumn Strategies for Pasture Renovation The “How To” of Autumn Pasture Renovation Plan to

Situation What condition is your pasture in and why?

Situation

Plan to:

<30% desirable varieties

Renovate pasture

Weeds:

What needs to be done depending on your pasture’s condition

Process:

Early Autumn

Late Autumn

Control weeds in a forage cereal crop. Reduce seed burden and/or crop out weed population

Systemic knock-down herbicide. Short fallow

2nd knock-down.Sow forage cereal. Consider using a suitable pre-em herbicide

Overriding factor leading to poor performance:

450 - 600 mm

Broad-leaved weeds

Use definitive herbicide program to have a number of applications on hard-to-kill weeds such as some thistles, docks, wireweed and other biennial/perennial weeds

40 - 70 kg/ha

Annual grass weeds

Reduce weed-seed burden. Use of pasture topping, short fallows, pre-em herbicides, crop-topping, early silage harvest. If pH and fertility OK, then consider going straight into lucerne or HDL

40 - 70 kg/ha

Staggers causing grasses, biennial or perennial grass weeds

Reduce plant numbers under a 2 crop strategy. Use systemic knock-downs, and in-crop grass weed control options. If pH and fertility OK, then consider going straight into lucerne or HDL

40 - 70 kg/ha

Process:

Early Autumn

Late Autumn

Pasture pests:

Remove old pasture, replant with species/ variety that tolerates pest spectrum

Break life-cycle through cultivation

Prepare good seed-bed & sow pasture

Cockchafers

Use tall-fescue, phalaris or cocksfoot based hardy perennial blend

450 - 600 mm

Argentine stem-weevil

Use NEA2 or AR1 endophyte ryegrasses

GT

12 -18 kg/ha

500+

12 -18 kg/ha 10 -15 kg/ha

or

Grazier Black-beetle

Use NEA2 endophyte ryegrasses or a hardy perennial blend

10 - 15 kg/ha 500+

Root aphid

Use NEA2 or AR37 endophyte ryegrasses or a hardy perennial

12 -18 kg/ha 10 -15 kg/ha

500+

2

12 -18 kg/ha

12 -18 kg/ha


Process & Seasonal Timing

Pasture Seed

How to renovate and manage your pastures throughout the season

What species & varieties to use and sowing rates based on your annual rainfall

Options

Winter

Early Spring

Late Spring

Summer

Autumn (next year)

Graze forage cereal. In-crop weed-control

Fertiliser N,K,S to maximise production

Silage crop or hay crop. Possible crop-top herbicide

Summer Forage crop (with pre-em and/or in-crop herbicide options) or Summer Fallow

Finish grazing forage. Knock-down herbicide. Sow new pasture

60 - 80 kg/ha

80 -120 kg/ha

FEB - MAY (general purpose, early sowing)

60 - 80 kg/ha

80 -120 kg/ha

MARCH - JUNE (mid-season sowing, wetter sites, lower pH)

60 - 80 kg/ha

80 -120 kg/ha

MAY - JULY (later sowing, good pH, well drained)

600 - 750 mm

750 mm+/Irrig

Winter

Early Spring

Late Spring

Summer

Autumn (next year)

Manage weeds & pests

Start grazing management

Grazing management. Avoid silage or hay in 1st year

Rotationally graze

Start seasonal maintenance program

600 - 750 mm

750 mm+/Irrig

GT

15 - 20 kg/ha

GT

18 - 25 kg/ha

(light - medium soils)

500+

15 - 20 kg/ha

500+

18 - 25 kg/ha

(heavier soils)

12 -18 kg/ha

or

700+

18 -25 kg/ha 18 - 25 kg/ha

or

700+

HR

HR, 850i

18 - 25 kg/ha

25 - 30 kg/ha 25 - 30 kg/ha

or

18 - 25 kg/ha 18 - 25 kg/ha

or

25 - 30 kg/ha

or

HR

25 - 30 kg/ha 25 - 30 kg/ha

or

HR

25 - 30 kg/ha

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The “How To” of Autumn Pasture Renovation Plan to

Situation

What needs to be done depending on your pasture’s condition

What condition is your pasture in and why?

Situation

Plan to:

Process:

Early Autumn

Late Autumn

30% - 50% desirable varieties

Over-sow with shortterm varieties

Over-sow with an Annual or Annual/ Italian blend. Monitor and consider as a candidate for full renovation in 1-2 years

Graze-down hard. Possibly use a knock-down herbicide

Over-sow into moisture

Seed options:

450 - 600 mm

8 -12 kg/ha

Straight variety

HS

Blend

50% - 70% desirable varieties

Over-sow with mediumterm varieties

Over-sow with an Italian or Italian/hybrid blend. Monitor and consider as a candidate for full renovation in 2-3 years+ Seed options:

70% - 90% desirable varieties

Top-up existing pasture

Graze-down hard. Possibly use a knock-down herbicide 450 - 600 mm or

8 -12 kg/ha

Blend

+

10 -15 kg/ha

Over-sow with a perennial or perennial/ hybrid blend. Monitor and consider as a candidate for full renovation in 3-5 years+

Graze-down hard. Possibly use a knock-down herbicide

Blend

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Seasonal pasture maintenance

Over-sow into moisture

450 - 600 mm

8 -12 kg/ha

Straight variety

Maintain existing pasture

Over-sow into moisture

Straight variety

Seed options:

>90% useful varieties

10 -15 kg/ha

AllGrass

Soil-test, apply capital ‘P’ fertiliser, soil amendments

10 -15 kg/ha

Monitor for grubs, mites and treat appropriately


Process & Seasonal Timing

Pasture Seed

How to renovate and manage your pastures throughout the season

What species & varieties to use and sowing rates based on your annual rainfall

Options

Winter

Early Spring

Late Spring

Summer

Autumn (next year)

Start grazing, manage weeds & pests

Grazing

Silage or hay crop

Grazing as applicable or summer forage crop

Finish grazing forage. Knock-down herbicide. Sow new pasture

600 - 750 mm

750 mm+/Irrig or

HS

Start grazing, manage weeds & pests

10 -15 kg/ha

15 - 20 kg/ha

12 - 20 kg/ha

15 - 25 kg/ha

Grazing

600 - 750 mm

Silage or hay crop

Rotationally graze, do-not overgraze good pastures

Evaluate performance & pasture composition and respond accordingly

750 mm+/Irrig

or

10 -15 kg/ha

or

15 - 25 kg/ha

+

12 - 20 kg/ha

+

15 - 25 kg/ha

Start grazing, manage weeds & pests

Grazing

600 - 750 mm

Silage/Hay making, pasture topping. Stop weed-seed set with herbicides or good grazing management

Rotationally graze, do-not overgraze good pastures

Start seasonal maintenance program

750 mm+/Irrig or

AllGrass

Winter herbicides for annual grasses and/or broad-leaved weeds

10 -15 kg/ha

or

15 - 20 kg/ha

12 - 20 kg/ha

+

15 - 20 kg/ha

Fertiliser N,K,S to maximise production

Silage/Hay making, pasture topping. Stop weed-seed set with herbicides or good grazing management

Rotationally graze, do-not overgraze good pastures

Continue seasonal maintenance program

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Renovator Range - 2013 Guide Plan for 9 - 12 mths

Winter feed + hay/silage Contains % by weight: D

HS

B

Min.av.rain

L

550 mm+

25 kg/ha

40% Arnie annual ryegrass (d) 60% Maximus annual ryegrass (t)

All-year feed + hay/silage

Plan for 1 - 2 years

Contains % by weight: D

L

Min.av.rain

25 kg/ha

550 mm+

B

Plan for 1 - 3 years

Hulk Italian ryegrass (d) Maximus annual ryegrass (t) Laser (Persian) annual clover Bolta Balansa annual clover

Grass free short term pasture B

HDL

L

Min.av.rain

W

500 mm+

8 -15 kg/ha

Plan for 3 years+

Contains % by weight: 20% Bolta balansa clover 27.5% Zulu II arrow leaf clover 32.5% Laser persian clover 20% Elite II Berseem clover

Oversowing, performance D

B

Min.av.rain

L

12 -18 kg/ha

ALLGRASS

40% 35% 15% 10%

(Use 25 kg/ha for a pure stand.)

550 mm+

Contains % by weight: 60%  Bealey NEA2 perennial ryegrass (t) 40% Barberia long rotation ryegrass (d)

Plan for 5 years+

Highest performance Contains % by weight:

HR

D

L

Min.av.rain

25 - 30 kg/ha

700 mm+

B

Plan for 5 years+

50% 34% 8% 8%

Bealey NEA2 perennial ryegrass (t) Impact 2 NEA2 perennial ryegrass (d) Storm white clover Weka white clover

Performance, wet sites Contains % by weight:

850i

6

D

B

L

25 kg/ha

E

Min.av.rain 700 mm+

40% 40% 10% 10%

Arrow AR1 perennial ryegrass (t) Impact 2 NEA2 perennial ryegrass (d) Storm white clover Weka white clover


Plan for 5 years+

Performance, dry summers D

B

700+

L

W

E

Min.av.rain 700 mm+

25 kg/ha

Plan for 5 years+

Contains % by weight: 38% 38% 10% 14%

Hardy, winter performance B

L

W

E

Plan for 5 - 10 years+

Min.av.rain 550 mm+

12 - 25 kg/ha

Grazier

Contains % by weight: 35% 35% 15% 15%

500+

L

W

E

Min.av.rain 450 mm+

12 - 18 kg/ha

Contains % by weight: 32.5% Dovey summer active tall fescue 20% Barberia long rotation ryegrass (d) 10% Howlong cocksfoot 10% Lawson phalaris 20% Antas & Denmark sub clovers 7.5% Palestine Strawberry clover

Persistent and productive. Long-term pasture for extensive grazing. Most soil types, drought tolerant.

Plan for 5 - 10 years+

B

GT

L

W

E

Min.av.rain 500 mm+

12 - 18 kg/ha

Contains % by weight: 20% Holdfast GT Phalaris 7.5% Howlong cocksfoot 35% Meridian AR1 perennial ryegrass (d) 15% Mintaro sub clover 15% Campeda sub clover 7.5% Storm white clover

Plan for 5 years+

Quality horse pasture B

B

Beef

L

W

E

30 - 50 kg/ha

Equine

Dairy

L

Meridian AR1 perennial ryegrass (d) Barberia perennial ryegrass (d) Denmark sub clover Antas sub clover

Hardy, long-term pasture. Salinity, drought, acidity tolerant. Heavier soils, potentially wet sites B

D

Arrow AR1 perennial ryegrass (d) Impact 2 NEA2 perennial ryegrass (d) Storm white clover Antas sub clover

Lamb

W

Wool

E

Equine

Min.av.rain 550 mm+

Contains % by weight: 30% Dovey summer active tall fescue 30% Arrow AR1 perennial ryegrass (d) 40% Barberia long rotation ryegrass (d)

(d)

diploid ryegrass

(t)

tetraploid ryegrass

All clovers Agricote Protech. Protech grasses available

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Pasture & Forage Ready Reckoner Plan for Annual Ryegrass 8 -12 mths

Very early Early Mid - late Late Very late

Italian Ryegrass 1- 2 years 3- 5 years+

Perennial Ryegrass 5- 8 years+

Mid - late Late Early Very Late Very early Early Mid - season Late Very late

Tall Fescue

Winter active Winter active Summer active

Phalaris

Summer dry Low pH Set-stock Utility Rotational Summer active

Cocksfoot

Standard Summer dormant

Use pattern

Typical kg/ha

Similar fit to:

tet

Autumn & winter, spring quality not important

20 - 30

Tetila, Sungrazer, DiamondT

dip

Budget winter feed, short springs.

15 - 25

Griffin, Flyer, Noble

tet

Mid-season utility annual, improved quality.

20 - 30

Atomic, Tama, Zoom

tet

Newest mid-late season, fast establishing.

20 - 30

Winterstar 2, Mach1, Adrenalin

dip

High performance annual, excellent late quality 15 - 25

Unique very late diploid.

Hulk Aston

dip

Utility biennial, mid-late season

15 - 25

Crusader, Maverick2, Indulgence

tet

High performance biennial, late season

18 - 30

Feast 2, Jeanne, Emmerson

Barberia Shogun

dip

Winter feed, multiple years, dry tolerant

15 - 25

Unique, unmatched for drier areas

tet

High performance, oversowing

18 - 30

Banquet 2, Ohau, Optima

Meridian Kidman Arrow Impact 2 Bealey

dip

Hardy perennial, drier areas

15 - 25

Fitzroy, Victorian

dip

Persistence with year-round performance

15 - 25

Kingston, Jackeroo

dip

Utility perennial, suits most systems

15 - 25

Extreme, Samson, Nui

dip

Performance with high persistence

15 - 25

PGOne50, Revolution, Matrix

tet

Highest performance perennial

18 - 30

Banquet 2, Halo, Base

Prosper Fraydo Dovey

Winter dominant rainfall, summer dry

8 - 15

Resolute, Flecha, Fraydo

Winter dominant rainfall, summer dry

8 - 15

Resolute, Flecha, Prosper

Flats, heavy soils, irrigation

8 - 15

Quantum, Jessup, Advance

Atlas PG Advanced AT Holdfast GT Landmaster Lawson Australian II

Winter dominant rainfall, short spring

2-6

Unique high summer dormancy

Low pH & high Al tolerance, winter act.

2-6

Unique aluminium tolerance

High grazing tolerance, most soils, winter act.

2-6

Unique grazing tolerance

Extensive beef/sheep, most soils, winter act.

2-6

Unique light soil ability

Extensive beef/sheep, most soils, winter act.

2-6

Holdfast, Sirolan

Heavier soils, summer active, suits set-stock

2-6

Australian, Maru, Australis

Extensive beef/sheep, lighter soils

2-4

Porto, Kara, Vision

Extensive, early areas, summer dry

2-4

Currie, Uplands, Tekapo

TetraPro GrassMax Maximus Vortex Arnie

Howlong Kasbah

Summer active

Grassly

Summer rainfall, milder climates

2-4

Greenly, Lazuly

Brome

Winter active

Bareno

Winter growth, standing summer feed

15 - 30

Atom, Exceltas, Matua

White Clover

Large leaf

Intensive dairy/beef/lamb

2-5

Haifa, Will, Waverly, Jumbo

Intensive dairy/beef/lamb

2-5

Kopu2, Tribute, Apex, Bounty

Small - med leaf

Storm Quest Weka

Extensive grazing beef/sheep, dryland dairy

2-5

Tahora, Prestige, Sustain, Demand

Med - large leaf

Tuscan

Intensive grazing dairy/beef/lamb

3-8

Collenso, Astred, Hamua

Short-term quality forage, summer active.

4-8

Choice, Grouse, Chico, Puna 2

Red Clover Chicory

NOTES

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Heritage Seeds Proprietary Variety

Med - large leaf

1- 3 years+

Commander

dip = diploid, tet = tetraploid; lucerne numbers indicate dormancy group; sub = ssp subterraneum, yan = ssp yanninicum, bchy = ssp brachycalycinum; Sowing rates: general guide, lower rates for dryland / low rainfall sites, or guide for inclusion in a mix; higher rate for pure/dominant stand. Pasture mix guide: Dryland: 15 - 25 kg/ha (10 -15 kg grass + 5 -10 kg legume/ha); Med/high rainfall/Irrig: 20 - 30 kg/ha (15 - 25 kg grass + 4 - 8 kg legume/ha)


Plan for Lucerne

Venus, Kaituna, L56

5 -6

Long-term grazing, quality hay, lighter soils

8 - 20

Force 5, Stamina 5, Sardi 5

6.5

Extensive grazing & under cropping

8 - 20

Unique - highest grazing tolerance

7

Grazing, hay, general purpose

8 - 20

Stamina 6, Haymaster 7, Force 7

7.4

Grazing, hay, general purpose

8 - 20

General Improvement on Sardi 7

7

Grazing, hay, general purpose

8 - 20

Aurora, Quadrella, Trifecta

9

Hay cutting, with good grazing tolerance

8 - 20

WL525, Blue Ace, L91

10

Winter grazing, highest hay potential

8 - 20

WL925, ML99, Force10

Losa Monti Mintaro Campeda Gosse Antas Denmark

sub

Early country, extensive sheep/beef, low pH

2- 8

Dalkieth, Nungarin, York

yan

Early areas, heavy soils, sheep/beef, low pH

2- 8

Hatrick, Riverina, Trikkala

bchy

Mid-season, high production, high hard seed

2- 8

Unique early brachy.

sub

Sheep/Beef/dryland Dairy, most soils, low pH

2- 8

Urana, Woogenelup, Goulburn

yan

Sheep/Beef/dryland Dairy, heavier soils

2- 8

Larisa, Napier, Trikkala

bchy

Highest performance. All stock classes.

2- 8

Napier, Karridale

sub

Productive, low pH, higher rainfall

2- 8

Leura, Bindoon, Rosabrook

Winter growth, low rainfall, most soil types

2- 6

Balansa

Most soils, low-neutral pH, HDL mixes

2- 6

Crimson

Hard-seeded persian for early areas

2- 6

Persian - hard seeded

Low-neutral pH, hay/silage mixes, HDL mixes

2- 6

Balansa

Low-neutral pH, hay/silage mixes, HDL mixes

2- 6

Persian (Shaftal) - soft seeded

Deep loamy/sandy soils, low pH

2- 6

Arrowleaf

Most soils, neutral pH, hay/silage, HDL mixes

2- 6

Persian (Shaftal) - soft seeded

Heavier soils, later areas, neutral pH

2- 6

Berseem

strand

Extensive crop/sheep zone, SU tolerant

2 -10

Jaguar

burr

Crop/sheep zone, salinity tolerant

2 -10

Santiago, Scimitar

barrel

Crop/sheep zone, excellent regeneration

2 -10

Caliph, Parabingio, Paraggio

Soft seed, winter feed, cereal hay, low rainfall

20 - 40

Common vetch

Soft seed, hay, low-med rainfall

20 - 40

Common vetch

Patly soft seed, hay, grazing, green manure

15 - 30

Woolly pod

Hard seed, intensive hay, grazing, green manure

15 - 30

Woolly pod

Galileo Graza 80 Crackerjack Dictator 2

Feb - May sowing, graze/silage/hay

60 -100

Quamby, Targa, Wintaroo

Feb - May sowing, graze/silage/hay

60 -100

Cooee, Coolibah, Blackbutt

Mar - Jun sowing, graze/silage

70 -110

Granador, Endeavour

Apr - Aug sowing, graze/silage/hay

70 -120

Moby, Southern Green

Interval Leafmore Dynamo Caledonian Invitation

10 -12 weeks, intensive systems

4-6

Greenland, Goliath, Titan

10 -12 weeks, extensive sheep/beef

3-5

Winfred, Rangi, Bonar

12 -14 weeks, all stock classes

2-5

Barkant, MPT, New York

16 - 20 weeks, intensive systems

2-4

Kestrel, Soveriegn, Voltage

16 - 20 weeks, extensive systems

2-3

Dominion, Highlander

Nov/Dec sowing, graze/silage/hay

15 - 30

Revolution, Hi-Gain, Pronto

Nov/Dec sowing, graze/silage/hay

15 - 30

Superdan 2, Lush, Zulu 2

Very early Early

Mid - late Mid/late - late Late Very early Early Early Early - mid Mid Mid Mid - late Late Early Early - mid Mid season Early Early - mid Mid Mid-late Oats Oats Triticale Barley Rape Rape Turnip Kale Swede Forage Soghum

8 - 20

Genesis II Pegasis Sardi Ten

Mid season

Forage Brassicas

Grazing, quality hay production, Irrigation

5 - 8 years+

Early - mid

Forage Cereals

5

Sardi 7 series 2

3 - 4 years+

Vetch

Similar fit to:

5 - 8 years+

4 - 5 years+

Medics

Typical kg/ha

5 - 8 years+

8 years+

Annual Clover

Use pattern

Sardi Five Venus Sardi Grazer Sardi Seven

8 years+ 8 years+

Sub Clover

Heritage Seeds Proprietary Variety

Early Early - mid

Frontier Blaza Nitro Plus Bolta Lightning Zulu II Laser Elite 2 Angel Scimitar Jester Rasina Morava Capello Haymaker

Stature BMR Stargrazer

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Lucerne ready reckoner Lucerne preparation check-list Question?

Yes

No â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Action required

Lucerne not grown in site for at least 2 years

OK

Crop for at least 2 years with alternative species.

Drainage OK. (casual water lays < 1 day)

OK

Improve drainage or select alternative site.

pH (CaCl2) > 5.7

OK

Increase pH through liming or select alternative site.

Exchangeable Al3+ < 5%

OK

Decrease Aluminium at depth through liming over a number of years or select alternative site.

Weed burden previously reduced

OK

Crop for 1 - 2 years with cereals or other grain crops, paying attention to weed control.

Irrigation available Winter Active variety (dormancy rating >6)

Spring sow OK

Autumn or early Spring sow.

Autumn or Spring sow OK

Spring sowing recommended in winter cold areas, for winter dormant varieties.

Variety to fit the job Longevity increases Plan for:

3 - 4+ Years

5 - 8+ years

8 - 10+ years

Sardi 7 Series 2

First Choice

Alternative

Venus

Pegasis

Semi winter active

Highly winter active

Hay quality increases

Sardi 7 Series 2

First Choice

Winter active lucerne

Dual purpose hay & grazing Alternative

Pegasis

Sardi 7 Series 2

Winter active lucerne

Highly winter active

DM yield per annum increases

Grazing/ Extensive pasture

First Choice

Pegasis Highly winter active

Alternative

Sardi 7 Series 2

Winter active lucerne

Sardi 7

Sardi 7

Series 2

Series 2

Winter active lucerne

Winter active lucerne

Grazing Tolerance increases

10

Sowing rate kg/ha increases

Winter active lucerne

Dedicated hay production


Lucerne Sowing Rates Annual rainfall kg/ha

350 mm - 450 mm

450 mm - 600 mm

600 mm - 800 mm

800 mm+/Irrigated

4-6

6-8

10 - 12

15 - 20

It is strongly recommended that prior to sowing, a pre-plant pre-emergent herbicide be considered. Herbicides such as trifluralin and pendimethalin are commonly used with good success. Consult an agronomist and check label instructions before proceeding. Low-till / no-till systems can be used to good effect, but paddock preparation, weed burden and herbicide spray systems need to be considered and prepared for prior to sowing.

Lucerne stand thinning out? Sometimes after a number of years, lucerne plant numbers in a paddock may reduce to lower than desirable levels, but the lucerne stand may still be the best option for a while yet. It can be a very useful strategy to over-sow the stand with a suitable companion species. If a full lucerne stand is required on that site, then it is better to terminate the existing lucerne, crop for a few years, address reasons for decline, and then re-sow. Desired outcome:

350 mm - 450 mm

450 mm - 600 mm

600 mm - 800 mm

800 mm+ / Irrigated

Over-sow in autumn with a one-year species, terminate crop in following summer. Keep lucerne for 1 more year oats

annual ryegrass

annual ryegrass

Italian ryegrass

20 - 60 kg/ha

10 - 15 kg/ha

10 - 15 kg/ha

15 - 20 kg/ha

Over-sow with a biennial species. Consider chicory for stands with many grass-weeds. Keep lucerne for 2 more years

Italian ryegrass

Italian ryegrass

chicory

Italian ryegrass

8 - 12 kg/ha

10 - 15 kg/ha

4 - 8 kg/ha

15 - 20 kg/ha

Over-sow with a long-rotation grass. Keep lucerne for 3 - 4 more years

hybrid ryegrass

hybrid ryegrass

hybrid ryegrass

hybrid ryegrass

6 - 10 kg/ha

10 - 12 kg/ha

12 - 15 kg/ha

15 - 20 kg/ha

Over-sow with a suitable long-term pasture grass. Keep lucerne indefinitely

Full lucerne stand required

phalaris

phalaris

perennial rye

perennial rye

2 - 3 kg/ha

3 - 5 kg/ha

10 - 15 kg/ha

15 - 20 kg/ha

Terminate current stand. Crop for 2 years minimum to utilise nitrogen fixation from the lucerne. Address reasons for decline such as weed burden, fertility, pH, drainage, cultivar disease susceptibility, prior to re-sowing lucerne. = interchangeable 11


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