I have a small farm of 170 acres in the Inman Valley, South of Adelaide with 30 inches of rainfall. My pasture in one paddock is green but drying and about to seed. I rotational graze but the season has been excellent and my stock numbers have not been high enough to eat the extra pasture. Do I leave this paddock which has an abundance of rye, clover and phalaris to die or do I slash it down now before it seeds so some goodness goes back in to what has been a paddock of sorrel, cape weed and other weeds. I applied lime last year which has reduced the weed component significantly this year. If I leave it to die won't this paddock receive a setting of seed for futue years. I am confused and would like to talk with one of your consultants and read more about this?