soil zone mapping

Optimising Weed Management Efficiency: Exploring Residual-Based Herbicides for Summer Fallow in the Wentworth Region

By |2024-02-14T22:51:31+10:3014 February 2024|Projects|

This project seeks to understand the impact that residual based herbicides have on summer fallow weed management strategies in and around the Wentworth region.

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PIRSA Growing Carbon Farming Demonstration Pilot

By |2023-10-24T04:12:42+10:3024 October 2023|Projects|

This project aims to build on the information presented and the grower activities at VRT workshops where all participants selected a paddock on their own property and started to use public satellite NDVI data to establish their own soil zones to begin the VRT journey.

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Supporting farmers across the Mallee to make better decisions GRDC National Risk Management Initiative (RiskWi$e)

By |2024-05-03T11:46:38+09:3012 September 2023|Projects|

The GRDC National Risk Management Initiative is a 5 year program funded by growers through GRDC. MSF is delivering the project across the MSF region of SA, Victoria and NSW. Farmers are invited to participate in the project through on-farm research, demonstrations and group based workshops and activities.

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No rest for the wicked – though we need it more than ever.

By |2023-08-01T11:12:14+09:301 August 2023|MSF Blog|

I must be getting old, because I find myself more and more harping back to ‘the good old days’. And that’s not just in relation to good movies, fun TV shows, great music or the Crows knowing how to win premierships.

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Demonstrating soil zone mapping for variable rate nutrition management

By |2023-08-01T07:00:52+09:301 August 2023|Projects|

This project aims to build on the information presented and the grower activities at VRT workshops where all participants selected a paddock on their own property and started to use public satellite NDVI data to establish their own soil zones to begin the VRT journey.

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Unlocking the potential of variable rate technology: Breaking down 5 barriers to adoption

By |2023-08-01T05:01:42+09:301 August 2023|MSF Blog|

Variable Rate Technology (VRT) holds immense promise for farmers, but several barriers have hindered its widespread adoption. Let's take a closer look at some of the key obstacles:

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