SUPER-G project partners from the Chambres d’agriculture de Normandie recently launched an article, related with the beginning of grazing season, in Normandy local press, about the project.
After the heavy rainfall of the last few months, the grass has been slow to grow. However, tools are already available to farmers for a smooth grazing season.
Within the framework of the European Super G project, the meadow is given pride of place and several trials are organised. A Grassland Growth Observatory has been started, forage trials on possible adaptations to cope with climate change are underway and tests of innovative tools to measure the residence time of cows on pasture are proposed.
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