Increasing adoption of reduced cropping traffic in the broadacre industry in WA

This is a collaborative project between Liebe, NACC and Department of Agriculture and Food is funded by caring for our country.

The project helps growers consider the pros and cons of controlled traffic and outlines steps to adopt this practice. This was achieved by workshops, field days and research trials.

Useful Documents

20 Questions you may ask about controlled traffic farming in WA

How to match machinery

Research report 2012. CTF in low rainfall with deep ripping

YouTube clip of WA farmers experience with Controlled traffic

John Deer tractor with Seeding bar. Demonstrating controlled traffic farming. Liebe and DAFWA field walk
Demonstration on how to match machinery for controlled traffic farming. Coorow, Western Australia.
Farmers looking at compaction and controlled traffic farming. Northern Wheatbelt WA. Participator research Liebe and DAFWA
Looking at compaction on Sandplain with DAFWA researcher Stephen Davies at Liebe field walk 2012.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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