In grazing country across southern Australia, the content of potassium (K) in the soil varies depending on parent rock, degree of weathering, leaching, redistribution by plants and animals and fertiliser applications.

Supplying sufficient nutrients in the right balance is critical in pastures, whether you are aiming for longer term persistence, high levels of pasture production or successful new pasture establishment.

Winter is a challenging time to maintain adequate pasture growth rates.

Trace elements like molybdenum play a critical role in helping maintain a productive, sustainable pasture system.

We all know pastures need phosphorus (P) to grow. Investing in phosphorus fertiliser has been the cornerstone of healthy, productive and profitable pastures in southern Australia for well over half a century.

Research by Agriculture Victoria has shown that there are no pasture yield differences whether phosphorus fertiliser is applied in summer or autumn.

Research by Agriculture Victoria has shown that there are no pasture yield differences whether phosphorus fertiliser is applied in summer or autumn.

SuPerfect is the perfect fertiliser for many grazing businesses, with tried and true performance in the paddock, year in, year out.

I’m NOT here to tell you that summer is a better time to apply SuPerfect® than autumn – but it’s just as good.

Farmers and graziers are being encouraged to soil test this spring to identify opportunities to improve farm productivity and profitability next year.