Farm management resources
2022 AgForum presentations
Carbon in your farming business (YouTube)
If you're suffering from an overload of carbon farming terminology, you're not alone. Dr Amanda Schapel demystifies carbon farm terms and provides an overview of how the concepts elate to farming businesses considering monetising carbon gains.
Carbon in your farming business (PDF 3.3MB)
Microbial management and regenerative agriculture in soil (YouTube)
What is the role of regenerative agriculture in low rainfall cropping systems? Dr Mark Farrell from CSIRO provides some insight into this question, and provides and overview of the current research into this field. This presentation was given during our 2022 AgForum which focused on the potential of carbon farming for low rainfall agriculture zones.
Microbial management and regenerative agriculture in soil (PDF 1.7MB)
What is regenerative agriculture (YouTube)
Eliza Reiger, a former Regional Agriculture Landcare Facilitator at Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board, gave an overview of regenerative agriculture at the 2022 AgForum at Bowhill.
What does the future look like with carbon farming (YouTube)
Dr Mark Farrell from the CSIRO answers the questions what does the future look like with carbon farming, and what science can be applied to farming? What is soil carbon and where does it come from?
Preventing pests and prickles (YouTube)
District Officer Russell Norman speaks about current weed issues in the Mallee including opuntia (prickly pears) which have been successfully controlled with biocontrol agents, boxthorn and feathertop rhodes grass. Russell also spoke about the spray trailers available for hire through the Murraylands and Riverland Landscape Board, fox bait distribution days and the impact of rabbits on productive land.
Priority weeds in the Mallee (YouTube)
District Manager Hannah Spronk gave a presentation at the 2022 AgForum about the recently developed Pest Plant Action Plan for the Murraylands and Riverland. The plan prioritises weed management actions across the region in order to have the most impact on invasive plants.
Panel discussion (YouTube)
Mark Farrell, Amanda Schapel and Eliza Reiger answered questions from the audience at our 2022 AgForum on carbon farming. Find out why soil organic matter rates are declining in cropping systems and why grazing stubbles can undo the benefits of year-round soil cover.
Management and governance
Bush fire recovery
We have a range of videos on our Youtube channel. Below is a sample of two videos.
To watch all of our videos visit our Land management and sustainable farming playlist here.
Marginal to Mainstream Grazing Management Project - Woodlands Run, Finniss
Energy audits and energy efficiency on dairy farms
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