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e-Zine 2: Conservation Farming in the Western Australian Wheatbelt



In the second edition of our eZine we profile a range of issues of interest to no-till growers.

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In this edition:

Grower Experiences with No-till in WA

  • Controlled traffic: helping conserve moisture in the eastern Wheatbelt
  • Managing moisture in a marginal environment
  • Early seeding and seasonal flexibility paying off in central Wheatbelt
  • Adapting to change in the Eastern Wheatbelt
  • Battling herbicide resistance and frost a balancing act
  • Summer cropping complements no-till system
  • Summer crops: higher yields, fewer weeds and reduced inputs

WANTFA Research, Development and Extension

  • A frosty view of stubble retention
  • Wheat yields after sub-soiling organic materials
  • Subsoiling clay might restrict potassium availability for crops


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