What can Bactivate do for your pasture?
Atherton Tablelands Soil Microbial Conditioner Trial
A collaborative project between Sweeter Soils and Cape York NRM is seeking to determine if biological products (like Bactivate) can improve pasture growth and reduce nitrogen run off.
Take a look at the promising results here.
Werrington Station achieved improvements in pasture quality and protein levels using the Bactivate program.
Over many years of conventional dairy farming, Hillcrest Farms witnessed the slow decline in the health and fertility of soils, which in turn was reflected in deterioration in animal health and production.
Click below to read how Hillcrest Farms improved their soil structure and increased pasture growth by adopting a Bactivate program.
The Trafalgar Beef farm had signs of soil disease for 7 years since the owners purchased the farm. The degenerated soil quality directly affected the fodder grown and had further impacts on beef growth rates and the number of animals raised per hectare.
The owners implemented a Bactivate program, which resulted in increased silage production and a reduction in soil disease.
Improving pasture in the Mitta Valley (Landcare)
A Bactivate program was trialled on pasture by the Mitta Valley Landcare Group and Bioactive Soil Solutions. The results included increased grass growth, positive changes to soil structure and better water retention in the soil.