*FREE* ..... "Not so Lovely Grass" Getting on Top of African Lovegrass Without Herbicide With Geoff Bassett
Geoff Bassett regenerative agriculture consultant (Farm Mojo) and recent runner up for Landcare's prestigious Bob Hawke award discusses tried and tested methods of reducing and controlling African Lovegrass monocultures in the Granite Belt.
- Soil conditions that suits AFRICAN LOVEGRASS (Eragrostis curvula)
- Why lovegrass dominates your other pastures, native and improved
- Soil conditions that do NOT suit lovegrass.
- How to change the soil conditions to promote more desirable species
- Getting results: Successful case studies.
- Getting more biological diversity into our pastures
This FREE workshop is being held at Sunnyside Hall on Saturday 19th November. Registration from 9:30am for a 10:00am start.
* Morning tea and lunch will be provided.
This regenerative agriculture workshop is proudly funded by the Commonwealth and the New South Wales Government under the Disaster Recovery Funding arrangements.
To book your seat click here - https://www.stickytickets.com.au/HWFI0
About our Speaker...
Geoff Bassett has been a professional farmer for over 40 years. He has extensive experience in owning and managing large numbers of sheep and cattle as well as growing a diversity of broadacre, dryland pastures and crops.
Geoff Bassett is also a nationally recognised specialist in regenerative agriculture and soil health and the founder of Farm Mojo, where he supports broadacre farmers across Australia to transition from contemporary chemical usage to working with natural systems.
Geoff is known for his novel, proven methods to get rid of pasture weeds without herbicide.
Geoff is passionate about providing achievable solutions to complex problems and improving economic and environmental outcomes in rural communities.
If you’ve been looking for answers, or you just know that there must be another way, you need to hear what Geoff has to say. He can get you moving in another direction.
For further information visit Geoff’s website at farmmojo.com