Pasture cropping is a system that allows for better weed control, improved soil health, more biodiversity through strategic placement of plants and animals, better use of water, and improved nutrient cycling. It is absolutely a way of increasing the productivity of your land. In essence, you are taking advantage of all the organic matter present in the soil and still get a crop at harvest time.
- Pasture cropping is a farming system that combines grasslands and annual crops. It adds value to the soil, reduces erosion cleans waterways, and delivers benefits for the farmers, graziers, and the community.
- Pasture cropping can offer environmental, social, economic, and cultural benefits to farmers and the broader community.
- It is an important multifunctional agricultural option for grazing land, restoration, and climate change adaptation.
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