Controlled traffic farming boosts soils

By Paula Thompson
Updated February 24 2016 - 11:23am, first published 11:16am
At the Soils and Technology Information Forum run by Wickham Flower at Bordertown were PIRSA's Melissa Fraser, NewAg Consulting's Andrew Newall and Wickham Flower precision agriculture specialist Leigh Muster.
At the Soils and Technology Information Forum run by Wickham Flower at Bordertown were PIRSA's Melissa Fraser, NewAg Consulting's Andrew Newall and Wickham Flower precision agriculture specialist Leigh Muster.

Moving machinery into a controlled traffic farming system offers a myriad of benefits to farmers, according to NewAg Consulting’s Andrew Newall.

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