Roy Latta, Minnipa Agricultural Centre
Peer Review: Jessica Crettenden, Minnipa Agricultural Centre
The sown medic pasture provided a higher stocking rate capability compared to the regenerated medic pasture (1618 vs 620 DSE grazing days ha) over the two pasture phases of the rotation, 2010 and 2012. The grazing at either level did not result in any decline in soil health parameters or crop production. The sown medic pasture coupled with higher wheat seed and fertiliser rates increased wheat yields with similar or higher quality grain from the 2011, 2013 and 2014 seasons (Table 1).