Soil constraints in pictures | Images from the November-December Supplement

Soil constraints in pictures | Images from the November-December Supplement

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Take a look at the photographs, tables and graphs featured in our upcoming supplement.

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Ever since the development of the stump-jump plough in 1876 to open up Mallee country for cropping, Australians have had a flair for developing innovative machinery to deal with constraints to farm productivity.

In recent decades, Australian grain growers have benefited from increased mechanisation efficiency and economies of scale, enabling them to expand their individual land holdings.

SEE ALSO: Complex soil constraints require an integrated management approach

Our upcoming GroundCover Supplement is the first of a two-part series on soil constraints and focuses on engineering approaches to soil constraints.

It includes information on:

Here, we have compiled a selection of photographs, tables and graphs featured in the upcoming supplement.

To read more of your favourite stories, have a look around the rest of our GroundCover website: news, agronomy, grower stories, weeds, pests and diseases, grain storage, crops, innovation, and farm business.

Now we'd like to see your photos! If you have on-farm photos you would like to share with us to feature in a GroundCover online gallery, send them to socialmedia@grdc.com.au.

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