Who are Ian and Dianne Haggerty?
Ian and Dianne Haggerty, cropping farmers in Western Australia, know the importance of their soils “Improving biological activity in the soil helps to build rich top soils, but this can’t be done when high analysis fertilizers like N and P are being used.”
Ian Haggerty says that abandoning traditional farming practices and moving into biological farming requires a careful transition period. “Because soil function has been impaired by chemicals it needs a gradual integration of biological farming practices,” Ian Haggerty said.
The Haggerty’s have successfully improved soils on degraded farms bringing them back to life.
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Farming in Sandy Soils – Ian & Dianne Haggerty
Ian and Dianne Haggerty have been farming in Western Australia with low rainfall and sandy soil since 1994. Their mission is to produce food which
Can You Grow Crops In Sand?
www.farmingsecrets.com Exciting update from Dianne Haggerty, Western Australian cropping farmer who tells Helen her latest results of growing in sand! Dianne and her husband, Ian
Find out what makes these WA farmers so successful!
www.farmingsecrets.com Listen as Ian and Dianne Haggerty tell their success story of going down the track of biological farming. With minimal and erratic rainfall Ian