Di and Ian Haggerty of Prospect Pastoral farm approx. 30,000ha in the wheatbelt WA using their own regenerative farming practices they call Natural Intelligence Farming.
Australia is experiencing the worst drought for more than 100 years. But despite this, there is still hope and a great opportunity.
Listen as interviewer Tammi Jonas questions Charlie about the importance of a healthy and functioning soil and how it relates directly…
Gabe, you mentioned before not waiting to put out fertilisers immediately. If you were going to wait up, would you use a more rock phosphate fertiliser, or just a chemical fertiliser?
We have to understand how soil ecosystem functions. I’m in no way saying that all of you needed to be doing everything I needed to do. It’s going to be different on each operation. But, assure me, everywhere in the world I go…
Allan Savory asks what will consistently work to resolve the desertification problem hence the loss of wildlife. His solution is profoundly simple but agrees no one solution is correct.
Walter Jehne is highly concerned about the future of farming unless farmers start making changes to start storing carbon in their soils.
Gerhard is showing farmers how to use a penetrometer. It is a handy tool to measure compaction.
This is the latest online news from Dr. Elaine Ingham. Discover more about how your soil functions.
Learn more about Graeme Hand here: https://www.farmingsecrets.com/it-is-impossible-not-to-increase-soil-health-when-you-do-these-things/ This clip is a sneak peek of our “Walk the Talk” February 2014 filming from the An Introduction
This is Part 3 of 3 of Biodynamic Composting Preparation with Hamish Mackay Hamish recalls an experiment that a year 11 girl did with static
This is Part 2 of 3 of Biodynamic Composting Preparation with Hamish Mackay Hamish introduces his class to biodynamic (BD) preparations. He explains that there
This is Part 1 of 3 of Biodynamic Composting Preparation with Hamish Mackay After the class has very quickly helped build a static compost heap,
Feed the soil – invest in soil fertility with green manures – find the time to do it, it is worth the result.
Apply carbon based fertilisers.