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Mapping Plant Available Water-Holding Capacity (PAWC) using electromagnetic (EM) and Radiometric Surveying.

 

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The Fulwood’s have been successfully deep ripping on their property for years but recently they’ve been questioning whether they are going deep enough.

 

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This weekend, more than 30 members of Farmers for Climate Action met in person to draw up plans for the rapidly growing advocacy group. Among them were farmers from Victoria, New South Wales, Western Australia, Queensland and Tasmania, with most commodities represented.

 

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The heavy rains experienced in February this year took most of us by surprise and while rains are always welcome, floods, erosion and other consequences created a need for mitigation across many Wheatbelt properties.

 

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Member for Central Wheatbelt Mia Davies MLA is encouraging future leaders in the agricultural industry to apply for the 2018 Nuffield Scholarship program.

 

Become part of a tree growing network
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A Master TreeGrower course will soon be run in the Northam district, starting in late July 2017.

 

Summer pastures still going strong
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A recent trip to visit to our summer pastures trial site at Pingelly has revealed some great green biomass growing, even after three periods of grazing over the summer.

 

The best biomass producer of the three varieties trialled was the hybrid, summer active grass, Superdan.

 

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Flower Power is an online tool created by DAFWA to help predict the flowering time of crop varieties, reducing the risk of frost damage and heat stress at flowering time.

 

Richard Riddle from Data into Profit
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eConnected Grainbelt Demonstration Project

 

Some 30 growers and agriculture students came together in Northam recently to attend an eConnected Grainbelt Demonstration Project.

 

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