Potato industry research investigating soil health information and production practices helped Victorian grower Hamish Henke learn more about sustainable soil use. Read more here.
TIA has delivered a levy-funded project investigating soil health in potato production. We spoke to TIA’s John McPhee for InfoVeg TV.
Terry Buckley from Mount Gambier in South Australia explains how he looks after soil health under challenging environmental conditions in this levy-funded video.
Leigh Elphinstone from Sisters Creek in Tasmania explains how he looks after soil health in a potato cropping rotation in this levy-funded video.
A new video by the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture features Victorian potato grower Hamish Henke discussing how he maintains good soil quality on his growing operation.
This video from a levy-funded project discusses the value of cover cropping in maintaining soil health and increasing productivity in potato production.
The first in a series of five, this video provides a real-world case study of the impact of controlled traffic farming in potato production.
A TIA project team has filed the final report on a project reviewing the huge amount of soil health information available to the potato industry.
The Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture has recently completed a project to enhance the productivity and sustainability of our potato industry through improved soil health practices.