What is the Root Structure of a Wheat Crop in Transition?

This clip is a close examination of the root structure of a wheat plant reveals a root mass that is thick and spongy. The wheat plant is from a paddock which is 2 years down the track into transition from conventional to biological farming. Due to the biological system being applied the soil is still moist.

This video is a sneak peek from the Fast Track your Farming Film: “Cropping Farmers Reveal How To Return Good Profits From Marginal Soil & Low Rainfall”

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