Hay and forage crops
Hay production is the most common fodder conservation practice. Most crops and pastures can be made into hay of varying quality however, how you manage hay in spring can have a major impact on both yield and nutritive value. Along with the right timing and efficient wilting of cut pasture to a suitable moisture level.
Specific considerations for hay and forage crops
A balanced supply of macro and micronutrients specific to the crop and soil type is important in the production of high-quality forage or hay. Improving the capacity of soil to cycle and supply nutrients provides benefits in cost and crop health. Stimulating vegetative growth with biostimulants provides an opportunity to increase growth and sugar production.