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CCW Viteo #2: Harvesting one of our trial patches.
Harvesting of one of the CCW NRM Soil Heath Project patches took place on Wednesday last week (19th February), at Tony Trezise’s vineyard, at Renmark South.
The 16 project treatments were harvested; weighed; and samples taken for analysis.
The Soil Health Project has shown some exciting results and will give growers insights as to how best to improve the health of their soils, and improve long term sustainability of production.
More to come……
Harvesting of one of the CCW NRM Soil Heath Project patches
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