The Soil Wealth and Integrated Crop Protection (ICP) projects produced a wealth of valuable information over their first phase, including fact sheets, articles, and case studies on grower practices.

As the projects move into the next phase of their delivery, the teams at RMCG and Applied Horticultural Research have released a summary of all resources and communication produced by these projects, including where to find them online.

These resources cover a wealth of information about crop management, pest and disease management, and soil nutrition. The case studies present the real-world, on-farm results of adopting practice and culture changes around soil health and pest management, from reduced tillage to cover cropping and Integrated Pest Management (IPM).

The projects’ extension materials provide great insights for growers and other industry members on tackling some of the most pervasive issues affecting crops and crop health, and are relevant to all major vegetable growing regions in Australia.

You can access the summary of all resources and communications delivered by the Soil Wealth and ICP projects here. More information on plans for the next phase of the project is available here.

The Soil Wealth and ICP projects are strategic levy investments under the Hort Innovation Vegetable Fund.

This post appeared in the AUSVEG Weekly Update published 20 February 2018.