GRDC to advise farmers on overcoming subsoil constraints

Workshops are being held in northern New South Wales and Queensland in July and August to help advisors and grain growers identify and manage the impact of subsoil constraints.

These include sodicity, salinity, alkalinity, acidity, subsoil nutrient deficiencies and toxicities and soil compaction, and cost growers around $80/ha in forgone income across the region.

The workshops have been developed as part of a project funded by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) in partnership with state departments and agencies, CSIRO and universities.

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