ALOSCA Technologies is offering a significant discount on our granular range of pasture and cropping legume inoculants for the month of January 2021.
$50 Cashback offer for January 2021
1. ALOSCA will return to you, the product end user, $50 GST inclusive per 1000kg purchased and delivered.
2. Product must be purchased and delivered during January 2021.
3. To be eligible for payment the completed Cash Back form together with proof of purchase must be submitted via email to
firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 08 6311 7390 by Friday 26th of March 2021.
Note: Incomplete forms without requested details or forms submitted after Friday the 26th March 2021 will not be eligible
for the Cash Back payment.
4. Pack size: 500kg bulk bags or 25kg bags.
5. Minimum order: 1 x 500kg (500kg = $25 cashback per bulker bag) or 40 x 25kg bags (1000kg = $50 cashback per 40 bags).
6. All product relating to this offer must be ordered by either;
A. Contacting your nominated Rural Supply Agent who will place the order on your behalf or by…
B. Completing above sections 1, 2 & 3 of the order form and faxing directly to ALOSCA Technologies on (08) 6311 7390 or emailing a scanned copy to email@example.com
7. Cash back payment will be made by Electronic payment via Direct Credit (EFT) by ALOSCA Technologies Pty Ltd by Friday, June 18th 2021.
8. Offer subject to change without notice
A survey funded by Meat and Livestock Australia and AWI looking at sub-clover background rhizobium supports what producers have been casually observing for some time.
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Assessing your legume nodulation annually during winter provides the opportunity to build a paddock by paddock understanding of your nitrogen fixation capacity.
When to look, what you’ll need and how to go about is all explained.
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An article from the June edition of Farming Ahead highlighting the many benefits of new generation forage legumes to both crop and livestock farming. Click link below…
The annual pasture legume Margurita® French serradella has changed Colin and Anna Butcher’s farm and it’s changed their lives as well, so it’s no wonder that Anna speaks so enthusiastically about it. By Jill Griffiths
Amy Corsini has been won this year’s ALOSCA student prize for Pasture Production & Utilisation at Muresk’s annual awards ceremony held last week.
Amy Corsini with ALOSCA’s Product Development Manager Floyd Sullivan at the Muresk Awards Ceremony on the 5th of May 2016
ALOSCA has a keen interest in pasture production technologies and we are delighted to support those who also show an aptitude to and apply themselves in this important facet of the agricultural industry.
Anna and Colin Butcher at Brookton, in conjunction with DAFWA and Murdoch University, began redeveloping their approach to mixed farming 5 years ago. They restructured their entire cropping and sheep program, and based it upon summer sowing with self-regenerating hard seeded legumes. They now have 2036 hectares of serradella and biserrula in place, rotated with grain crops. Bag N for the crops and hand feeding of sheep over summer are things of the past; profits are up, and stress is down!
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Press article – Innovative developments set revolutionise pasture crop rotation benefits
At a glance
- Sub-clover nitrogen fixation capacity needs
- Summer sowing of new generation pastures doubling
- Pasture sowing doesn’t compete with winter cropping program
- Better first year pasture performance – more N fixed
- Better weed competition in comparison conventional late sowing times
- Better livestock production from legume-based pastures