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Ag Centre
  • Elmore, VIC, 3558
  • Hay & Silage Merchandise
  • Listing No. 2054

Product Offer

12.5% off RRP if you buy our minimum order (10 x 450g or 4 x 2.5kg) or more of Grevillia Ag's Si-Lac Extra Innoculant

    • Limited Stock
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Item Units Unit Price Total
Prime Membership price 4 $ 914.75 + GST $ 3,659.00 + GST
Non-member (RRP) price 4 $ 1,045.45 + GST $ 4,181.80 + GST
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  • More About this Product

    Enquire or contact the "Prime" Ag Centre

    ex Melbourne or Brisbane
    10 pack minimum (450g packs do 50/mt) RRP $226.32 plus GST per pack ---- PMM $198.05 plus GST
    4 pack minimum (2.25kg packs do 250/mt) (price displayed)

    SI-LAC EXTRA Benefits:
    * All the advantages of SI-LAC plus Lactobacillus buchneri for secondary fermentation control (heating at feedout) to keep your silage cool.
    * Will give you the ULTIMATE PERFORMANCE in silage making, hay making AND in high moisture grain.

    More SI-LAC EXTRA Benefits:

    * Lower growth of yeast and moulds
    * Does not require continuouse refrigeration
    * Increases in strength once mixed
    * Long mixed tank life
    * Low water usage
    * Suitable for all crops
    * Will not foul tanks and block nozzles
    * User friendly
    * High advantage to round bale silage feeding

    Whether you are making hay or making silage, SI-LAC EXTRA is your first choice in silage and hay inoculants.

    Tried and trusted in the Australian market, SI-LAC EXTRA uses the unique "Fresh Culture" SI-LAC technology that delivers fresh, actively growing and fast acting bacteria to your hay or silage.

    SI-LAC EXTRA is a vacuum-packed bacterial inoculant containing 3 Bacteria:

    * Lactobacillus plantarum, which accelerates fermentation, and reduces the pH
    * Enterococcus faecium, is critical to start early fermentation.
    * Lactobacillus buchneri, which limits secondary fermentation (heating) on feed-out