Southern NSW grower David Wolfenden shares some of the lessons learned on his decades-long journey to tie improved soil health to income health
Dual-purpose cropping trials for the northern region show that grazing stubbles, and winter crops during their winter growing period, can lead to similar or even better grain yields than farming without livestock.
Blackleg can cause severe yield loss, but can be successfully managed. Use this guide to determine whether you are in a high-risk situation and what practices you can change to reduce or prevent yield loss from blackleg. Follow the four steps, in sequence, below.
This Tips and Tactics focuses on Rotations and resistant varieties vital for controlling cereal cyst nematode (CCN).