Tips for autumn pasture sowing success

By Bob Freebairn
Updated February 22 2023 - 10:48am, first published February 20 2023 - 5:00am
An early February 2023 view of a successful tropical grass establishment on the writer's property from a sowing in early December this summer. Good quality seed (in this case from the Avendano family), good soil moisture, preparation to ensure good weed control, and shallow sowing, are all important aspects. Picture supplied
An early February 2023 view of a successful tropical grass establishment on the writer's property from a sowing in early December this summer. Good quality seed (in this case from the Avendano family), good soil moisture, preparation to ensure good weed control, and shallow sowing, are all important aspects. Picture supplied

Autumn establishment of pasture, either annual legumes into native or previously established perennials or sowing perennial grasses or lucerne, need not be too expensive.

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