Archive: 06/12/2016

 

Conservation Agriculture Newsletter

The last edition for the year is out - You can view articles, events and useful links for conservation agriculture.  November edition Previous editions Read more about 'Conservation Agriculture Newsletter'...


Fine-tuning rotations in South Australia to increase the role of break crops in lifting productivity and profitability

A cropping evolution is gathering momentum across the Mallee region as growers increasingly fine-tune their rotations to increase the role of break crops in lifting productivity and profitability. Read article Read more about 'Fine-tuning rotations in South Australia to increase the role of break crops in lifting productivity and profitability'...


Switch to biological farming expected to bring significant savings and keep growers on the land

There is a trend of farmers moving from chemical to biological farming systems. Various factors drives this, including increasing consumer demand for biologically grown, or organic products and potential cost savings. There are however drawbacks.... Read more about 'Switch to biological farming expected to bring significant savings and keep growers on the land'...


The Future of Farming is in the Soil

Humanity is exerting intense pressure on our planet, and many agricultural practices are degrading soil stability and fertility over time. Worldwide, we’re losing soil about thirty times faster than it’s being replaced.  As... Read more about 'The Future of Farming is in the Soil'...