Saturday, 18 November 2017
EXPERT... Agriculture Victoria research senior scientist Professor Roger Armstrong will talk about crop rotations, and their effect on soil carbon and nitrogen levels. EXPERT... Agriculture Victoria research senior scientist Professor Roger Armstrong will talk about crop rotations, and their effect on soil carbon and nitrogen levels.

Productivity, profit and soil protection

EVEN seemingly minor agronomic management decisions made now can have a major impact on productivity, profitability and soil resources in the long term.

That is one of the key messages from Agriculture Victoria research senior scientist Professor Roger Armstrong, who will present at the Hart Field Day on Tuesday, September 19.

Prof Armstrong’s long-term trials in Victoria’s Wimmera have shown the significant impact crop management decisions can have on productivity, profitability and the soil resource, particularly 10 to 20 years down the track.

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