Our Immersive Ag program puts virtual 360-degree agriculture extension videos and images into the palm of your hands. At the tabs above, you can gain insights into the Mallee’s leading ag science innovations, all from your mobile device.
Mallee Seeps Research Project walk-through with 360 degree view
Take a closer look at Mallee Sustainable Farming’s Mallee Seeps Research Site at Speed in Victoria with this 360 degree walk-through. The project aims to find a holistic approach to seep management to prevent land degradation and soil salinity.
Agrowplow Deep Ripper soil level view – Ouyen 2019
A soil-level view of the Agrowplow Deep Ripper at Mallee Sustainable Farming’s recent Deep Ripping Open Day at Ouyen, Victoria.
Bednar Terraland Ripper soil level view – Ouyen 2019
Watch a soil-level view of the Bednar Terraland Ripper at work in a cropping paddock at Mallee Sustainable Farming’s recent Deep Ripping Open Day at Ouyen, Victoria.
Williamson-Agri CT6 Ripper soil level view – Ouyen 2019
See the Williamson-Agri CT6 Ripper in action from soil level at Mallee Sustainable Farming’s recent Deep Ripping Open Day at Ouyen, Victoria.
Dunstan Deep Ripper soil level view – Ouyen 2019
A soil-level view of the Dunstan Deep Ripper at work at Mallee Sustainable Farming’s recent Deep Ripping Open Day at Ouyen, Victoria.
Ouyen Deep Ripping Demos
Get a soil-level view of five of the leading deep rippers available in Australia in action at Mallee Sustainable Farming’s recent Deep Ripping Open Day at Ouyen, Victoria. MSF is working with farmers across the region as part of the GRDC Sandy Soils Project to monitor and measure the outcome of on-farm deep ripping trials throughout 2019.
Here, farmers can find valuable insights into our extension projects on things like seep management, soil salinity, sandy soil trials, deep ripping, water tables, cropping sustainability and more.
The new technology allows you to work through an interactive field day and simply click on the screen to pull up soil test results or crop monitoring data – all with a better visual understanding of the land they’re being delivered on. It also combats the growing time pressures faced by Australian farmers, saving you a significant amount of time, money and energy – leading to best use of your time – especially during daylight hours.
Project partners providing expertise and funding to make this happen include Frontier Farming Systems and the Mallee Catchment Management Authority with funding from the Australian Government’s National Landcare Program.
Anyone can view the library of virtual videos and field days, plus you can also subscribe to MSF’s YouTube Channel to get direct alerts as soon as new videos are uploaded and available to view.
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For more information on Immersive Ag, contact our Program Manager Tanja Morgan.