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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Drainage Design Solutions of Different Topographies

Question: What is the best approach when designing fields for drainage? Answer: Based on our experience designing 100,000s of acres, we have come up with these rules of thumb: Flatter Fields Suit Landforming Alone: On fields with relatively low slopes (e.g. less than 0.5%) then there are often many small shallow depressions. Landforming is generally…

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OptiSurface Newsletter – 2017 June

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OptiSurface Newsletter – 2017 May

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OptiSurface Newsletter – 2017 April

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OptiSurface Newsletter – 2017 March

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OptiSurface Newsletter – 2017 February

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OptiSurface Landforming Software – A Boon For NZ Farmer

Australian Landforming Software Boon to Kiwi Farmer as seen in Ag Contractor & Large Scale Farmer January/February 2017 Issue 98   WITH HIS 4AG LEVELLING BLADE AND THE LATEST AUSTRALIAN OPTISURFACE LAND-FORMING SOFTWARE A NEW ZEALAND  FARMER IS ACHIEVING PERFECT DRAINAGE AND  FALL IN EVERY PADDOCK. North Island farmer Jason Easton grows potatoes, onions,  maize …

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