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Perennial species for low rainfall farming systems

Perennial Shrubs for Low Rainfall Farming

Ian Ellery discusses transforming from a wheat based system to a perennial shrub based system on his family farm at Morchard in the Upper North of South Australia. A lot...

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Establishing Perennial Shrubs for Pasture

Ian Ellery, on the family property at Morchard in the Upper North of South Australia, explains how returning unproductive cereal cropping land has been assisted by trial work conducted through...

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Cell Grazing System in Low Rainfall Areas

Neil and Antoinette Sleep and their family manage a 3,600 ha grazing property near Peterborough in the Upper North of South Australia. Their cell grazing system is managed to achieve...

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Biodiversity in low rainfall grazing systems of South Australia

Encouraging native species in grazing systems in the Upper North of South Australia has provided many benefits in terms of soil health, biodiversity conservation and production. Achieving and maintaining ground...

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Perennial Shrubs for Mixed Farming

Dr Jason Emms & Dr Rick Llewellyn speak to us about the opportunities that perennial shrubs and grasses provide farmers in low rainfall districts.

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