Hurry, secure your Spring Pasture fertiliser now!
Lock in your supply and price of SuPerfect® and SuPerfect®–Potash blends, Australia’s leading source of P and S for pastures. Talk to your local dealer about prepaying in June to lock in your supply, available from August through to Dec 2023 (or to Feb 2024 in Vic and Tas).Learn More
Flexibility with Green Urea NV
Take a moment with our Technical Agronomist Fiona McDonald and find out how Green Urea NZ provides logistical flexibility and potentially produces more feed at a lower cost.View Video
Economics of Spring N
IPF’s Feed Cost Calculator can help determine the return on nitrogen investment, which can be influenced by application rate and fertiliser product among other factors.Learn more
Green Urea NV
Coming into spring, keep nitrogen where it’s needed and reduce volatilisation losses by up to 70% by adding Green Urea to your blends.Learn more
Green Boosta Range
Accelerate dry matter production coming out of winter with the tactical use of Green Boosta to maintain nutrient levels in your soil profile.Learn more
Nitrogen and Boosta blends
Choose from our range of Green Boosta blends to boost your spring pasture, silage or hay production. Or have your agronomist design an IPF Green Custom Blend to suit your soil.View Video
Top 10 pasture ground rules
The Ground Rules for Pasture have been developed to help you maximise your productivity and output.
Know where you stand with your soil
By regularly testing your soil, you will become aware of what factors may be limiting your pasture production. Achieve the best results by addressing any deficiencies.Learn more
Spread early and stay one step ahead
There are a number of benefits associated with being a step or two ahead when it comes to the timing of your fertiliser application.Learn more
Get productive with P
Phosphorus (P) is key in pasture production. Be sure to make regular deposits – the sooner it’s applied, the sooner you’ll see the benefits.Learn more
Set up with essential S
Sulphur (S) is an essential plant nutrient and important for legume-based pastures. It has been long recognised that sulphate S is effective in supplying S to pastures.Learn more
Keep an eye on your K levels
Potassium (K) is often required by pastures, particularly where hay and silage has been removed, on light sandy soils, in high rainfall areas and on granite-based soils.Learn more
Is this the moment for Moly?
Trace elements play a critical role in helping to maintain a productive, sustainable pasture system. They can also help with maintaining stock health and fertility.Learn more
Go the extra mile with trace elements
Molybdenum may allow you to enhance pasture production using free nitrogen (N). If it has been five years or more since you last applied moly, consider it in your fertiliser program.Learn more
Plan for your pasture establishment
Better establishment means faster pasture growth, less weed competition and a longer period before renovating or re-planting.Learn more
Look to blends for better investment
Sometimes SuPerfect® application every year is not the best plan for every paddock. Strategic use of SuPerfect®/MOP blends may be a better investment.Learn more
Fill the winter feed gap
Winter is usually when we face our biggest feed deficits in pasture systems. Nitrogen can be used strategically to assist in growing additional dry matter above normal growth rates.Learn more
Australian Soil Health
And the farmers who rely on it.
Soil health starts with knowing what it needs.
Only a regular routine of strategic nutrient analysis can tell you just what you’re missing,
and how much you need to apply when and at what frequency, for optimum efficiency and yield. For almost 60 years Nutrient Advantage has helped farmers and agronomists gain a productivity edge through reliable soil and tissue testing and nutrient advice.
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