landscape

Project Reports - Archived


Biodiveristy

No items found.

Community

No items found.

Land

Exploring the benefit of a statewide CORS network

A feasibility study commissioned by Cradle Coast NRM examined the options for a state-wide network of survey-quality Global Navigation Satellite System reference stations, known as Continuously Operating Reference Stations (CORS), to which a roving receiving navigation unit can connect and accurately determine its position in real time.

Project Report
Project Supporting Document

Integrated Pest Management (IPM)

Potato, onion and brassica growers in the Cradle Coast region have learnt new ways to tackle old enemies through a series of Intergrated Pest Management (IPM) workshops. The training sessions helped growers to identify pests and to develop strategies that integrate a range of defences including the crop's beneficial insects, surrounding environment and traditional chemical control measures.

Project Report

Nitrification Inhibitors: A Climate Mitigation tool for the Tasmanian Dairy Industry

Project report link below

Project Supporting Document

No-Till Cropping - Introduction to Browns Farm

Whereas conventional cropping involves multiple cultivations for weed control and seed bed preparation, no-till farming is a single-pass sowing system where seeds are sown directly into groundcover with minimal soil disturbance. No-till farming requires a commercially available, purpose designed no-till drill and longer-term planning of crop rotations.

Project Report

Property Management Planning Program

Project report link below

Project Supporting Document

Water

No items found.

Coasts

No items found.

© Copyright Cradle Coast Authority 2010 |Legals & Disclaimer |Contact Us