These days it doesn't matter where we farm - at times we don't get enough rain.
Usually, we respond by constructing new dams, bores, and stock watering points, using rotational grazing, planned de-stocking, drought-resistant crops, mulch and water-smart irrigation technology.
If these solutions aren't enough (and funds allow), we resort to engineered water harvesting techniques like 'Natural Sequence Farming', Keyline, and Swales.
There is, however, a remarkably cost-effective solution that tends to get overlooked - increasing water infiltration and storage in our soil.
This eco-logical approach is affordable to implement right across your farm enabling you to make better use of the water you have available.
Get more water into and stored in your soil!
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