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15.10.2020 Source: AWEX
AWEX EMI 1117 +95
Micron 17 1732n +124
Micron 18 1532 +129
Micron 19 1304 +123
Micron 20 1160 +102
Micron 21 1145 +118
Micron 22 1086n +66
Micron 26 748 +78
Micron 28 515 +32
Micron 30 439n +11
MCar 754 +53
Pastures

Producing high quality wool with good staple strength, low vegetable fault and high yield requires a year-round supply of quality pasture.

AWI invests in sustainable pasture systems research and extension across all production zones and pasture types to underpin gains in sheep productivity and wellbeing, enterprise profitability and the health of the natural resource.

In this section you will find tools and knowledge on pasture plant breeding and selection, grazing management, plant and soil nutrition and pasture pests and weeds.

 

In this section
Feed On Offer
To help improve producer skills in pasture assessment, AWI has prepared a photo gallery of Feed On Offer (FOO) standards.
Legumes
Legume pastures are a high quality source of animal feed that are palatable, highly digestible and high in protein.
Grasses
AWI invests in pasture breeding, selection and commercialisation to make available to woolgrowers a suite of high performance pasture legumes and grasses that support profitable, sustainable wool production.
Weed and Pest Management
Insect pest damage and competition for space and nutrients from weeds can significantly reduce the productivity and persistence of Australian pasture
Grazing Management
AWI invests in pasture and grazing management to develop profitable and sustainable pasture systems across all production zones and pasture types.