From The Field

  • 4 Jan

    ALOSCA Tech Bulletin 02 – Top-dressing and head-start inoculation

    By atadmin

    Top-dressing and head-start inoculation are proving successful in the field. Introducing new inoculant strains to pasture paddocks can be achieved without reseeding. Click link below to find out more. Tech Bulletin 02 Top Dressing Pastures Alosca

  • 4 Jan

    ALOSCA Tech Bulletin 01 – Summer Sowing Pastures.

    By atadmin

    A new pasture establishment technique designed to use nature to soften hard seed and pods of some pasture varieties. Click link below to save a copy. Tech Bulletin 01 Summer Sowing Pastures Alosca

  • 20 Aug

    Nodule Rating System for Pulse legumes

    By atadmin

    If you’re digging up your crop legumes to check the nodulation use this nodule rating system. This is the system used by the Centre for Rhizobium Studies (CRS) at Murdoch University www.crs.murdoch.edu.au to assess their field samples. The chart was supplied courtesy of the CRS. Nodule scoring chart – Pulse Remember when sampling Timing, don’t expect to see many nodules before 6 weeks post germination. Also

  • 4 Aug

    Summer sowing pastures – plan now for next season!

    By atadmin

    Summer sowing pasture is a new technique designed to use nature to soften hard seed and pods of some pasture varieties. This method has been devised by Dr Brad Nutt and Dr Angelo Loi from DAFWA Pasture Division. This means that pasture sowing can take place in January/February at a time when there is less pressure compared to the normal sowing window. It can also be used at an opportunity to prepare seeding equipment, again at