Regenerative Agriculture Resources

Looking for practical help to implement regenerative agriculture on your farm?

Understanding what you need to regenerate and the fundamental principles of how to do it, you gain the know-how to develop practices that work well for your unique growing conditions and production systems. You can trial techniques, learn and share your experiences, and respond constructively to emerging issues and threats.

Established regenerative practices become the source and inspiration for ideas, rather than recipes to follow.

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Feed your Plants without Fertilisers

GETTING YOUR SOIL ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONING AGAIN

Imagine not having to regularly apply fertilisers, spread compost, and cultivate your soil, but still growing healthy plants and producing excellent yields...

It's difficult to appreciate what we can achieve as most of us grow food in soil that no longer functions properly. Good news... we can get the soils in our gardens and farms functioning again and get our plants fed without fertilisers!

Discover how >>

Eco-logical Farming Handbook

REDUCE COSTS - BOOST PRODUCTION

We’re battling low profit margins, drought, floods, fires, and other extreme weather conditions.

The solution is relatively straightforward - getting the ecosystems supporting our farms 'tuned up and running' again. Organic matter, water infiltration rates, and biodiversity are useful measures to track progress, but we need functioning eco-systems for these to improve!

With the know-how to apply these 'eco-logical' principles, you'll reduce your reliance on fertilisers and other inputs, and better weather the storms of unpredictable seasons....

Future-proof your farm >>

Drought-proof your farm

COST-EFFECTIVE ECO-LOGICAL SOLUTIONS

Our farms urgently need to be more resilient to drought. As recent droughts have shown us, standard solutions like dams, bores, rotational grazing practices, smart irrigation technology, and growing drought-resistant crops are not enough.

There is a remarkably simple approach that tends to get overlooked. That gets the water measured in our rain gauge infiltrating and stored in our soil, and reduces water loss from evaporation.

If you are asking yourself “what’s the best thing I can do?"

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GrowMap

THE KEY TO GROWING FOOD THAT LOOKS AFTER ITSELF

Wouldn’t it be great to grow food that virtually looks after itself? To grow plants that thrive in your growing conditions and produce food for you rather than the insects!

Then you need to 'grow from your strengths' by getting to know your growing conditions, and choosing plants which thrive in these conditions.

The GrowMap provides an easy way to do this. No special skills  or expensive equipment required!

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