AWI grower networks
AWI's grower networks are fundamental to the spread of new ideas, continuing education and the adoption of best practice.
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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 well being, enterprise profitability and the health of the natural resource.
AWI delivers tools and knowledge in pasture plant breeding and selection, grazing management, plant and soil nutrition, and pasture pests and weeds for woolgrowers wanting to increase and maintain productivity, profitability and the health of natural resources.
Many woolgrowers rely on nitrogen-fixing pasture legumes such as lucerne, sub clover and medics to increase pasture productivity and wool quality.
The wool industry has long invested in the selection, breeding and commercialization of high value pasture grasses and legumes to lift feedbase quality and productivity, build soil carbon stores and protect natural resources.
AWI focuses on improved control of the major weeds and pests affecting pasture productivity and wool quality.
AWI investments in pasture and grazing management provide tools, knowledge and practices for woolgrowers wanting to increase and maintain wool enterprise productivity and profitability.
A web based photo gallery of Feed On Offer with a full set of nutritional information including protein, digestibility, ME content, legume content and pasture height.