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Reseeding and feed options

Reseeding and feed options
Adam Woods looks at the advantages of kale as a fodder crop and describes how itwas sown on Tullamore Farm.
By Adam Woods on 15 July 2017
The debate on climate change and agriculture tends to focus on methane emissions. Aidan Brennan looks at research which shows that high DMD grass diets can reduce methane emissions.
By Aidan Brennan on 13 July 2017
Aidan Brennan outlines eight steps necessary for a long-lasting and high-yielding reseed.
By Aidan Brennan on 13 July 2017
Aidan Brennan returns to Tipperary to see how the struggling grass seedlings have performed since the Irish Grassland Association farm walk.
By Aidan Brennan on 13 July 2017
Aidan Brennan reports from Tipperary where grass seed and liquid fertiliser are being sown together.
By Aidan Brennan on 14 July 2016
Reseeding is not just a matter of ploughing a sward and sowing out a field. To get the best use out of a field, there are a few factors to be considered first.
By Kieran Mailey on 14 July 2016
Even though it’s still only July, it’s imperative that a fodder budget be carried out soon on all farms.
By Ciarán Lenehan on 14 July 2016
We look at how a New Zealand-based machinery manufacturer is trialling a machine that can apply liquid lime and nitrogen together.
By Nathan Tuffy on 14 July 2016
For older grassland, rejuvenating the sward may be a more cost-effective method of improving grass growth than reseeding.
By Kieran Mailey on 14 July 2016
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