Our latest farm trials using clay as a soil amendment are starting to show positive results in improved nutrient retention.
Our latest farm trials of the soil amendment Iron Man Gypsum (IMG) are continuing to build confidence in the effectiveness of IMG to improve soil nutrient retention.
A Western Australian study of nearly 700 soil samples has provided new insight into whether agronomic soil testing can be used to assess the likelihood of phosphorus being ‘lost’ into the environment.
The sounds of frogs and black cockatoos greeted us when we visited Zoe Johnson’s ‘winter creek’ on her farm in the Leschenault Estuary catchment. Zoe has been working on her fencing and revegetation project for the past three years, with practical support from the Leschenault Catchment Council and the Danju … Read More
Farmers keen to get the most out of their fertiliser investment joined us at a series of seven Accu-Spread® demonstration days across south-west WA.
In celebration of the first United Nations-recognised World Seagrass Day, the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation’s seagrass team ran a field exercise with a group of year 12 students on the banks of the Leschenault Estuary. The students from Manea Senior College were excited to learn how to identify … Read More
Hidden underwater plants including microalgae, seaweed and seagrass are the foundation of aquatic ecosystems like estuaries. The passionate community of scientists who study these small but mighty species recently came together at an international conference in Perth.
National experts in the fertiliser industry visited Western Australia recently to share their nutrient management knowledge with local agriculture representatives.
A series of soil health workshops across WA’s South West with David Hardwick from Soil Land Food will provide hands-on learning opportunities for farmers on maximising productivity through harnessing soil health.
A new technical report details the findings of trials with the soil amendment Iron Man Gypsum (IMG) on a dairy farm in the Vasse Catchment.
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