Corteva Agriscience Forage Hub

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Forage management for livestock farmers

We are helping farmers to maximise their homegrown feed potential. Our people, knowledge and expertise are on hand to help you grow the best quality and quantity forage for your livestock.

Solutions for your forage crop

Maximising your homegrown feed potential can contribute to a more sustainable and resilient future, as reducing your reliance on bought in feeds can bring both financial and environmental benefits.

Explore Corteva’s solutions for your new sown leys, established grassland, maize and silage inoculants. 

In season advice

Forage Agronomy Update

These regular technical notes are a seasonal commentary to help those interested in improving grassland and forage productivity on dairy, beef, sheep and equestrian enterprises.

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Pioneer Maize Hybrids

Take a look at our Pioneer maize hybrids suitable for forage, biogas and grain maize.

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PACTS for 2024/25 selection is now available

We are very pleased to present to you the Pioneer maize hybrid range for 2024 and the results of the 2023 PACTS Trials. PACTS is an abbreviation for ‘Pioneer Accurate Crop Testing System’.

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Product highlights



Envy® controls common chickweed and common mouse-ear chickweed.  

Common chickweed and common mouse-ear will also be found in established grassland, often in damaged swards, or where slurry injectors open the sward allowing their establishment.

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Grazon Spot

The power of Grazon®  SPOT in a smaller more convenient 0.5 litre bottle, equivalent to eight 10 litre knapsack fills. It’s ideal for those treating smaller areas. It provides excellent control of broad-leaved dock, curled dock, creeping thistle, spear thistle and common nettle and also has an effect on a large range of other weeds.

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Leystar® is much valued by grassland farmers for its wide weed spectrum including chickweed, seedling docks and thistles and good grass safety when used on new sown leys. Leystar is also for use in maize and grass grown for seed.

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Doxstar® Pro is a concentrated formulation controlling all species of docks in established grassland.

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Browse our extensive resource collection to tap into a wealth of information and expertise from our specialists, who are on hand to give you the knowledge and resource you need.

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Forage App

The Forage App features a range of resources to help farmers maximise their grassland quality. You’ll have access to the best new and upcoming product solutions, the latest newsletters, guides, research tools and more. 

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Decision Tree Updated Jan 2024

Grassland herbicides decision tree

Take a look at our grassland herbicides decision tree to find the best solution for your situation. 

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Meet the team

Our forage specialists are on hand to support you with experience and local advice. You can also find details of our Hotline for technical enquiries.

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We live in a world that is now far more focused on agricultural production, and how these processes impact sustainability and the overall health of our planet.

Livestock farmers and the pasture-led production systems have a crucial role to play in ensuring that these concerns are addressed as they continue to deliver for the consumer.

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Ask our experts - FAQs

When is best to spray docks & thistles?

Wait for active growth. Target spray at a rosette stage - 15cm across. Once a seed head appears, performance will be less. Take a look at the Spray Timing toll in Support Tools of the Corteva Forage App to get more information.

When is the best time to control buttercups?

Best control is achieved by application pre flowering to active leaf growth. This is likely to be in April. 

Which Corteva grassland products control ragwort?

Only Forefront® T controls ragwort. Other products can have some effect so if ragwort is present at the time of spraying ensure animals are returned when either ragwort has decayed completely or has greened back up and become unpalatable again.