Best pratice crop nutrition - Brassicas
On many farms, brassicas are a critical part of the annual feed plan. They provide high-quality feed, at times when pasture quality and quantity can be lacking. Brassicas can be sown in spring or autumn, for summer or winter grazing. They are usually grazed in situ, i.e. the cows are taken to the brassicas (rather than the brassicas being harvested and taken to the cows). Brassicas commonly grown in New Zealand include kale, Pasja, turnips and swedes.
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