Category: Land & Water Management


Seeding a dangerous time on farms

In the period of April to June many broad-acre farmers will be working to get their crops underway. While it is a promising time it is also a dangerous moment on the farm. Powerlines are a …

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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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Calling all salmon fishers: donate your fish guts

The State Government is encouraging recreational fishers across the state to become citizen scientists and help protect the future of South Australia's iconic Australian Salmon by donating filleted frames for research. The frames will end up …

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Blue Crab and Rock Lobster Fishers Build for Future

South Australia’s Blue Crab and Rock Lobster fishers are charting a more sustainable future for their industries in new commercial fishing management plans coming into effect today. Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development Tim Whetstone …

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Farm safety a constant challenge

Keeping everyone safe on your farm is complex and requires constant attention. There is so much to think about. Lethal machinery such as augers. Dangerous power tools. Quad bikes. Poisonous chemicals. Handling animals. These are some of …

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