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    Superphosphate – phosphate with benefits

    5 August 2020

    New Zealand agriculture relies heavily on pasture legumes to increase and maintain the soil nitrogen (N) pool. It is the size and rate of turnover of this soil N pool that is often the dominant determinant in how much pasture a farm will be able to grow annually. Optimising the growth and function of the legume to be able to fix N, requires a good supply of phosphorus (P) and sulphur (S), as well as other major and trace elements.

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    Ground Effect - Spring 2020

    4 August 2020

    We’re now into our sixth year of producing Ground Effect® and what an interesting five years it has been for farming!

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    Raising calves is more than what milk you use

    19 June 2020

    There are many ways that can be used to raise calves to meet their production targets. It is so much more than the liquid diet chosen.

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    Regenerative Agriculture: insight or soundbite?

    25 May 2020

    The espoused benefits of ‘regenerative agriculture’ have captured headlines recently. Proponents argue that climate, soil health, waterways and food nutrition can all be improved by taking a regenerative approach. That’s quite a list for a cure-all.

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