Broadacre cropping

Agricultural land is also an integral part of the Australian ecosystem and has a significant environmental value, of which farmers are responsible for managing approximately 385 million hectares (or 58 per cent of Australia). Broadacre cropping is a significant farming practice and optimising soil health for a sustainable future is vital. To aid in the yield and quality goals of your broadacre crops BioAg can develop a complete program, or one that supplements your existing regime. 

Specific considerations for broadacre cropping

Access to phosphorus and combatting abiotic stresses and poor soil conditions are common issues across broadacre cropping.

By providing a sustained release form of phosphate in combination with starter fertiliser we ensure phosphorus, acritical nutrient for plant growth and energy transport, is available throughout the growing season.

Addressing macro and micro nutrient deficiencies, as well as aspects such as soil organic carbon, pH, nutrient cycling and nutrient transport, at planting and through the growing season, provides crops the best opportunity to achieve optimal yield and quality.

Crop solutions

Winter cereal crops





Winter legume crops


Broadacre cropping resources

  • Sustainable farming in the Riverina

    Riverina growers, Andrew and Sue Forrest purchased their farm in 1994 and set plans in place to transform their farm into a highly productive property. The 5th generation farmers have implemented a 4 x 4 rotation of canola, wheat, barley and field peas followed by cerea...

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  • Plans for 2021 – beyond BioAg break

    After harvest is the time for growers to reassess plans that were set almost a year prior. Driven by an early-season start and regular ‘La-Nina’ spring rainfall many growers have had average or above-average harvests in 2020.

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  • Setting key milestones in planning 2021

    Planning the future activities and needs of the farm, and for future crops, is a key part of managing risk and providing the best opportunity for maximised returns. Each year set achievable targets and milestones of your own, such as:

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  • Setting up for success in 2021

    Last season’s harvests were some of the best-experienced across the market. The downside is that the harvested grains and cereals will have drawn down on your soil nutrients. Having completed soil tests many growers will have observed this in their results and will be c...

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