Monthly Archives: September 2016

OptiSurface in Mexico

John Allan Brealey of Inntagri promotes OptiSurface in the ATALC Congress in Veracruz, Mexico. What is variable slope in shaping agricultural land? This technique uses satellite leveling system Trimble Field Level II with three dimensions (3D) OptiSurface designs for optimum surface with the lowest earthwork. Compared to traditional leveling, saving between 50% to 80% of…

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Reduce Water Logging By Optimising Traffic Direction With OptiSurface Drainage Analysis

Tim Naele of www.precisionagriculture.com.au discusses on the Conservation Farmers Inc. Newsletter how OptiSurface helped determine the best wheel track direction for a field to significantly reduce water logging. Controlled traffic has been broadly adopted across Australia to help manage the impact of compaction. Over two million hectares of Australia’s cropping areas is now cropped under…

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OptiSurface At The International Controlled Traffic Farming Conference

By Clarissa Collis Heavy rain over three days provided a wet backdrop to the first International Controlled Traffic Farming Conference held at the Empire Theatre in Toowoomba, Queensland, in late March. It was the beginning of three weeks of rain that caused more flooding across southern Queensland and northern New South Wales, and starkly emphasised…

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