Greening up in winter with gib acid is a smart move

John Ellicott
Updated June 24 2019 - 3:07pm, first published 10:30am
Craiglea Pastoral has completed its first serious Gib acid application to pastures, recording strong growth in dry matter, with cattle enjoying pastures to the same benefit as the forage crops they had just come from.
Craiglea Pastoral has completed its first serious Gib acid application to pastures, recording strong growth in dry matter, with cattle enjoying pastures to the same benefit as the forage crops they had just come from.

Agronomists are urging graziers to consider gibberellic acid as a boost for their pasture growth in the cold months as many move out of cropping, seeking livestock cashflow.

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John Ellicott

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