Results are kept current and updated on these graphs, we try and get samples from all our provided areas weekly but sometime this is not possible and areas may be missed from time to time.

We hope this provides a helpful guideline for your area, but results will differ from your particular property and conditions.

2022

Updated 12/05/22: Had our first signs of frost across the valleys today, this will reduce the risk for spores. However, if we were to get some moisture with the warmer day temperatures there may still be some risk. If you are concerned you can bring in a grass sample for testing.

Updated 4/04/22: Zero spore count in Redwood Valley.
Updated 8/03/22: Cooler nights have kept the risk low. If you would like a recommendation on your property, you can bring in a grass sample for testing. If you haven’t done so before, call the clinic for advise on a good sample collection.
Updated 23/02/22: The rain over the weekend and cooler nights have reduced the spore counts. If the weather warms up again we are still recommending to bring in your own grass sample for testing.
18/02/22: Both samples has reduced in spore counts from last week. This may be due to the cooler nights and rain. If we get warmer days next week this has a likelihood of increasing again. In the case of warmer weather we will be encouraging block holders to start bringing in their own samples for counting.
10/02/22: With the wet weather there will be reasonable grass growth soon. With grass being longer than usual risk is low, however this may change with the warmer and more humid weather this may change quickly. Will be looking to do more testing in the next few weeks.

Results are kept current and updated on these graphs, we try and get samples from all our provided areas weekly but sometime this is not possible and areas may be missed from time to time.

We hope this provides a helpful guideline for your area, but results will differ from your particular property and conditions.

2021

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Note:

Tapawera samples have been from IRRIGATED pasture.

Tapawera samples from the 26th March also have results of 30,000 & 10,000 from the same property.

Belgrove samples are a new area, from the 25th March they also have results of  10,000 & 40,000 from the same property.

Upper Moutere samples from the 29th March also have a result of 75,000 from the same property.

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