Nufarm offers complete solutions to agronomic challenges in grassland​. 

We aim to help make decision making easier for agronomists, retailers, contractors and farmers this spring period. 

On this page you will find our Grassmanship Agronomy Solutions, which lists different products and mixes applicable to the various situations in grassland. Whether that be for Clover safe mixes that deal with broad leaf weeds while leaving Clover untouched, through to sward destruction.

These solutions focus on ensuring higher, long-term productivity from your grass crop, which is vital for profitability. As we know, yield from grassland leys decline over time partially an increase in broadleaved weeds out competing the grass. That’s why you will see us use the line maximise your profits from grassland often. 

Some of the key weeds to target during the spring season are Docks, Thistles,  Nettles, Fat Hen, Redshank, Black Nightshade, Dandelion, Chickweed, Buttercup and Cow Parsley. 

Target Weeds:
Docks, Nettles, Dandelion, Thistles, Chickweed & Buttercup.

Here to help:

Martin Fitzpatrick
Agronomy Manager

Mob: +353 86 3060413
[email protected]

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How does controlling weeds bring financial returns?
Controlling weeds from 10% infestation level…

*Return on investment (RoI)
*calculated with a concentrate feed cost of £210/t.
**milk price of 28ppl

Grassland Productivity.

The yield from grassland leys decline over time. This is due to less productive “weed grasses” invading the sward, an increase in broad leaved weeds, flooding, poaching etc. The introduction of new improved grass species to these paddocks, through an on-going pasture renewal programme, markedly improves their productivity and consequently total farm productivity and profitability.

Thinking Long Term.

The Nufarm Grassmanship programme has been designed to provide you with information on management practices that will help your farm’s long-term productivity and profitability. It outlines grassland renewal programmes and provides advice on “best choice” products for the most commonly occurring weed and pest problems in UK grassland and how to maximise the productivity of your grass.

Good Grass Matters.

How much grass you grow determines how much stock you can carry. Higher grassland productivity means higher stock numbers, higher yields and higher profitability per hectare.

Weeds and pests in pasture compete for space, light, soil moisture, soil nutrients and reduce pasture productivity resulting in poor quality pasture. The purer the stand of high quality grassland, the better your productivity. This is why it is important to have a well planned grassland management programme which is reviewed continuously.