To rejuvenate or re-sow – weighing up the options – Barrie and Anne Noye, Creightons Creek, North East Victoria

Barrie Noye in north east Victoria found that where phalaris still exists in a degraded phalaris pasture, it is more cost-effective to rejuvenate the pasture with fertiliser, weed control and grazing management than starting again with new pasture establishment.

The costs and returns used for the economic analysis in the case study are available here.


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