What is No-Till Farming?

What is No-Till Farming?

The History  Minimum and no-till farming has been promoted in Australia since the 1970s as tillage practices to improve crop productivity and soil conservation. No-till farming is a practice that looks after the soil to assist with improving the resilience and productivity of Australian  

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Deep ripping in sandy soils

Deep ripping in sandy soils

Why turn to deep ripping? "Subsurface compaction is a widespread constraint in WA cropping areas. Estimates suggest that 14 million of 18.8 million hectares of agricultural land have a moderate to high risk of subsoil compaction.” (DAGF, 2015) Farmers in Western Australia are now turning to deep  

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