farming and powerlines

Seeding a dangerous time on farms

In the period of March to June, many broad-acre farmers will be working to get their crops underway. But how many realise this a dangerous time on the farm? A range of power lines cross South …

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Bridge the gap

Precast concrete bridges are highly economical, quickly constructed, durable, safe and can be constructed in days rather than weeks which is great news for farmers needing to traverse rivers, creeks, irrigation channels and ditches. Almost all …

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Smart irrigation for your farm

According to National Geographic, 80% of the world’s fresh water is used for irrigation, and 60% of that water is wasted through evaporation, leaky channels and mismanagement. Therefore successful irrigation design is essential to know …

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Typical soil composition using X-Ray Fluorescence analysis - Pie Chart

Soil Results – a simple interpretation

Are you striving for a healthy soil … that maximises sustainable plant growth and plant health, has sustainable biological activity, stores and cycles water and nutrients, decomposes organic matter, binds toxic compounds, and protects water quality …

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Seeding warning for farmers

New statistics* show farmers are taking significant risks while working around power lines on South Australian rural properties and seeding is the worst time for incidents. Since the beginning of 2012, there have been about 140 …

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