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ENMT Nutrition – progress after 6 months

Jenny from the Holbrook area has been kind enough to share the progress of her gelding after 6 months on an ENMT custom nutrition plan – thanks J. Click on the link below to see his progress 20191229 JR-H Nutrition Results Interested in healthful and…

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Killing Marshmallow with LocalSafe

Phil and Kathy have been kind enough to share their results of killing marshmallow with LocalSafe Weed Terminator – thanks Guys! Click on this link to see their experience: Killing marshmallow with LocalSafe at Canberra Click here for more info on LocalSafe Weed Terminator: https://equinenmt.com.au/help-horse/safe-weed-control/

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Safe Weeding – Trail 4 – Hairy Panic Grass

Below are our trial results for hand-spraying and boom-spraying thick patches of Hairy Panic Grass in pasture. This was done in early-Autumn when ambient daytime temperatures were around 23 degrees Celsius (after the morning dew had dried). Details of our boom-spray setup are also included…

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Safe Weeding – Trial 3

Another trial using Contact Organics LocalSafe Weed Terminator on a fairly thick patch of cape weed, with a bit of oxalis near the path edges. A mostly sunny winters day on 17/08/2019 with a maximum ambient temperature of around 15 degrees C. Spraying with a…

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Safe Weeding – Trial 2

Here is another trial utilising Contact Organics LocalSafe Weed Terminator… 20/07/2019 – A fairly sunny winter day with a maximum ambient temperature of 15 degrees C. Started spraying with a backpack unit from around noon using a slightly weaker spray ratio than in the first…

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Safe Weeding – Trial 1

Well, we’ve started our series of planned trials utilising Contact Organics LocalSafe Weed Terminator – here’s how it’s going… 30/06/2019 – After receiving about 15mm rain the previous night and in the morning, we ended-up with a partly cloudy day with a maximum ambient temperature…

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Small Farm Horse Pasture 3 – Sowing / Seeding

[Read Part #2 of this 3 Part series here] Step 2 – Sowing/Seeding: Remove the aerator and replace with a seed spreader. We use a PTO driven spreader, but we have done it previously with an electric spreader (and by hand). Set the seed throwing…

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Small Farm Horse Pasture 1 – this is how we do it…

Di Snow - Horse Naturopathy and Pasture Management

Do you have a small horse property and want to get some suitable pasture started? In this 3-part series, we’ll share our horse pasture journey, including two videos of how we go about aerating and seeding, plus a bit of a step-by-step of how we…

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