Company News Letter
Grassland Oregon Introduces the World's Most Cold-Tolerant Commercial Clovers to Canada
Grassland Oregon, Inc. is pleased to announce three progressive companies have been selected as the premiere distributors of FIXatioN Balansa and FROSTY Berseem clovers. TerraSeCo in Vancouver, BC; Performance Seed in Lethbridge, Alberta; and Speare Seeds in Harriston, Ontario.
FIXatioN Balansa and FROSTY Berseem have been improving soils and animal health in the U.S. since 2015. Now, for the first time, these ground-breaking clover varieties are available to growers throughout Canada.
New Seed Mixture Supports Sustainable Livestock Farming and Addresses Rapidly-Declining Pollinator Populations
Grassland Oregon announces a new seed mixture, called Pastures for Pollinators, that includes a variety of flowering annual clovers to support sustainable livestock farming in the United States and increase pollinator populations.
Duane Klundt - Ringleader With Empathy | TPI
If you have attended a TPI event in the last few years, you'll have seen Duane Klundt. Whether it's rallying his team for the spirited trike race competition in San Diego this past February, or shepherding attendees as co-host and bus leader for the Live Show & Tell in Portland this July, he's the ring leader with the empathy and ability to make everyone feel welcome and very comfortable joining in the fun. Read more...
Cover Crops in Focus at ASTA CSS & Seed Expo | AgWired
Cover crops have been around for a long time in agriculture but are now gaining new attention in the conservation arena and the American Seed Trade Association (ASTA) is reflecting that at the CSS 2015 and Seed Expo next month in Chicago with a big new session on Taking Cover Crops Mainstream.
Cover Crops No Longer a Fad | SeedWorld
It wasn’t so long ago that cover crops were considered a fad. Not ready to run ahead with a small crowd, most farmers took a wait-and-see approach. They watched neighbors plant radishes, grasses and oats after harvesting their cash crops with the hope of revitalizing soil, stopping erosion and loosening compacted soil. Maybe it would work, but better to let someone else dip into their thin margins to try it first. Read more...
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