Articles for Landholders

Articles for Landholders

Four key economic measures used in our case studies 02 Dec 2020 / economic, productivity, profitability There are four key measures we use to assess business performance in our economic reports. Learn More.
Sunset at Winona Indigenous grains for culture, nutrition and the environment 12 Nov 2020 / bruce pascoe, indigenous land management, NAIDOC, native foods, native grains, native grasses, research, university of Sydney In collaboration with local Indigenous groups, farmers and researchers, the most extensive study of indigenous grains from paddock-to-plate has just been completed by the…
Where can I study regenerative agriculture? 03 Nov 2020 There are now a variety of courses that explore regenerative agriculture practices and principles. From university education to professional development, we have compiled a…
Protected: What is pasture cropping? 22 Oct 2020 / colin sies, native grasses, Pasture Cropping, winona Pasture cropping is an important innovation at Colin Seis' property Winona. Read more about the benefits and advantages
Soils in Schools 20 Oct 2020 / education We believe it is important for all children to be aware of the importance of healthy soil,
Sunset at Winona Conservation and revegetation programs 23 Sep 2020 / conservation, programs, regenag Revegetation and conservation activities can have many benefits for landholders.
Why revegetation is important in agricultural landscapes 23 Sep 2020 / education, regenag, revegetation Without vegetation, life would be impossible. Vegetation plays a critical role in supporting life on the planet by providing habitat and food, producing oxygen…
How to grow soil organic matter 20 Aug 2020 / Australian soils, cvtest, REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE, soil organic matter, soil science, Soils Methods for building soil organic carbon are as diverse as the landscapes these properties inhabit.
Regenerative Agriculture Podcasts and Webinars 23 Jul 2020 / podcasts Covering topics from sustainable farms to Indigenous fire management you are bound to find something that’s just right for you.
Can African lovegrass be beaten? Three strategies that are working 21 Jul 2020 Careful management tailored to the production system and landscape can minimise or avoid the problems that African lovegrass causes.
Birds: Why and how to measure them on your property 25 Jun 2020 / biodiversity, bird survey, birds, cvtest Results of repeated bird surveys, like repeated soil tests, can provide land managers with valuable information on how their land management is performing over…
The 10 things our ecologists look at when conducting field visits on farms 21 May 2020 / cvtest Our team have ten criteria to represent the regenerative and productive capacity of each major land type on a farm.
What is a Weed? 11 Mar 2020 / cvtest Weeds are one of the major problems affecting Australia's natural ecosystems and agricultural vegetation.
Birds, Biodiversity and Agricultural Land 03 Nov 2019 Biodiversity is a term used to refer to the amount of living organisms found in any given area. Higher numbers of living organisms (types…
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