Videos

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Five Western Australian farmers share their experience with tree crops.
 
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Andrew and Suzi Sprigg of Wialki are planting their agriculturally unproductive soils to tree crops.
 
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Kingsley and Sandy Vaux of Ongerup are creating habitat and income on unproductive land.
 
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Michael Hogan from Bencubbin is stabilising wind erosion on poor soils by planting sandalwood.
 
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Norm and Trudi Quicke of Kulin planting 10% of their farm to protect stock, crops and halt salinity.
 
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Ian Hall is a great believer in tree crops as part of future farming landscapes.
 
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The methodology of tree stand management including the equipment used for different jobs.
 
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Part 2 – methodology of tree stand management including the equipment used for different jobs.
 
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Sandalwood plantations can aid in managing agricultural risk through diversification.
 
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