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OptiSurface Newsletter – 2018 November – Celebrating 1 Million Acres

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Optimise Your Farm With OptiSurface

As written in the Australian Ag Contractor (Sep/Oct2018 Issue).   Imagine each square meter of a farm optimised using GPS and artificial intelligence to improve crop yields. This is not a pipe dream that might be a reality in 2050. It has already happened in 1 million acres in Australia and around the world. Agricultural…

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OptiSurface for Macadamia Grower

Social licence is critical in today’s modern farming enterprise by Jamie Brown as seen in The Land Newspaper   Maintaining social licence to carry out business is a cost that should be factored into the total farm budget, says a start-up macadamia enterprise which is converting flood plain previously covered in sugar cane to nut…

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OptiSurface Newsletter – 2018 July

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OptiSurface Newsletter – 2018 June

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OptiSurface Newsletter – 2018 April

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OptiSurface Newsletter – 2017 December

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OptiSurface Newsletter – 2017 October

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OptiSurface Newsletter – 2017 August

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Erosion Control Banks & Waterway

Soil erosion in cropping land causes a loss of productivity, sedimentation in downstream areas and reduces water quality. It can be controlled by maintaining as much cover on the surface of the soil as possible and by managing run-off. When run-off occurs, it concentrates as it moves downslope towards drainage lines, creeks and rivers.  Whenever…

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