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Grass 10 Webinars

Join the Teagasc Grass10 and PastureBase experts John DouglasMicheal O'Leary and Joseph Dunphy with special guests on regular webinars covering various different aspects of grassland management. If you missed any of the webinars and would like to watch one they are available here

Upcoming Webinars

Reflecting on 2023 with PastureBase Ireland

Tuesday, 5th December   |  7pm 

Join the Teagasc Grass10, Clover 150 and PastureBase Ireland team on Tuesday, 5th December at 7pm where they will:

  • Review of national grass growth figures on Irish farms for 2023 from PastureBase
  • Discuss key targets and lessons learned from the Clover150 programme
  • Discuss getting the most out of your PastureBase Ireland reports to improve pasture performance

Dairy farmer Patrick O'Neill from Co. Longford will join us on the night to discuss his 2023 pasture performance and how he will use PastureBase better in 2024.

Click here to register! 

Past Webinars

Review of 2022 with PastureBase Ireland (7 December 2022)


Getting to grips with the Summer Wedge on PastureBase Ireland (12 May 2022)


PastureBase Ireland - Increasing your Income and Saving you Time (10 March 2022)


Growing Grass Using Less Nitrogen Fertiliser (20 January 2022)

View presentation here: Growing Grass Using Less Nitrogen Fertiliser (PDF)


Opportunities for Growth in 2022 with PastureBase Ireland (2 December 2021)


Taking Control of Grass Supply on Beef & Sheep Farms (14 October 2021)


Managing the Final Grazing Rotation with PastureBase Ireland (30 September 2021)


Building Grass for an Extended Grazing Season (5 August 2021)


Hitting Grazing Targets in 2021 (7 April 2021)


Planning your Spring Grazing with PastureBase Ireland (3 March 2021)


Getting Familiar with PastureBase Ireland (4 February 2021)


Creating a Win-Win Scenario for the Farmer and the Environment using PastureBase Ireland (13 January 2021)


Creating a Win-Win Scenario for the Farmer and the Environment using PastureBase Ireland Webinar (pdf)


Achieving Grazing Excellence Webinar (9 December 2020)

Capitalizing-on-PBI-Reports Presentation (pdf)

Achieving Grazing Excellence Webinar Questions

PastureBase Week

The ultimate PastureBase preparation for grazing ‘23!

Monday, 16th - Friday, 20th January | 1pm - 2pm

The Teagasc Grass10 team hosted a week of informative webinars on using and getting the best use from PastureBase. PastureBase Week consisted of a 1 hour webinar at 1pm each day from Monday, 16th - Friday, 20th January

Watch back the recordings of each day below

Monday, 16th January | 1pm

Registering, Setting up paddocks & farm mapping

Starting off the week, Monday’s session was aimed at people who are new to PastureBase Ireland. Joseph Dunphy and John Douglas, Teagasc Grass10 started by showing you how to get registered on PastureBase Ireland. The team then moved on to setting up the different paddocks on your grazing block and creating a farm map.

Watch back the recording below

Tuesday, 17th January | 1pm

Completing a grass walk & key terminology

On Tuesday, Joseph Dunphy and John Douglas, Teagasc Grass10 began by completing a grass walk both on the desktop version and also on the PastureBase app. Once this is completed they helped you to understand the key terminology that is on the weekly wedge.

Watch back the recording below

Wednesday, 18th January | 1pm

Projected Planner & making decisions off your grass wedge

Joseph Dunphy and John Douglas, Teagasc Grass10 start getting into more detail with your PastureBase grass wedge. Firstly they looked at the projected planner which helps you to run scenarios for your farm throughout the grazing season. They then looked at the other tools and targets for the different times of the year which will help to make better decisions when it comes to grazing management on your farm.

Watch back the recording below

Thursday, 19th January | 1pm

Rotation planners, grass budget & soil sampling

Joseph Dunphy and John Douglas, Teagasc Grass10 showed you how rotation planners help to plan certain areas to graze at different times of the year. The grass budget is also a very popular tool that aids in planning out grazing, particularly in the spring and autumn of the year. The team also introduced you to the soil sampling recording area on PastureBase which will lead us into the area of nutrient management in Friday’s session.

Watch back the recording below

Friday 20th January | 1pm

Fertiliser and slurry recording & clover management

Lastly on Friday, Joseph Dunphy and John Douglas, Teagasc Grass10 looked at nutrient management side of PastureBase Ireland which is becoming increasingly important as we move into an era of lower N use. The team started with showing you how to record slurry, chemical fertiliser, FYM and dairy washings on both the desktop and the app. They then showed you how to view the different reports to view total applications throughout a given year.

To finish they looked at the area of clover management where they showed you how to record different levels of clover in paddocks so as to leave it easier for N management throughout the year.

Watch webinar back below