BOOROWA FIELD DAY
COMPOST FOR HEALTHY SOILS, CROPS & PASTURES
Australian Soil Management are conducting field trials in the Boorowa region using compost to improve soil health. Improving soil health is an important first step in improving crop and pasture productivity. This year compost has been applied to grazing canola at ‘Koonwarra’ and grazing wheat at ‘West Killanear’.
ASM invites producers, land owners and managers to a free information session to find out more.
DISCUSSIONS WILL INCLUDE:
Compost for pasture health
- How can we use compost to improve soil health and grow
better crops and pastures?
Soil – your most important farm asset
- How can we make soil really work for us?
How is compost applied?
What are the costs?
This project is supported by the NSW Environment Protection Authority as part of Waste Less, Recycle More, funded from the waste levy.
Thursday 15 December 2016
Koonwarra, Boorowa (directions given upon RSVP)
Morning tea included
by Friday, 2nd December to
Norman Marshall 0414 287 326
or Greg Bender 0410 480 165 firstname.lastname@example.org
Supported by NSW EPA