Andy Hay discusses the benefits of a 12-year salinity recovery project

It’s amazing what replacing a little vegetation can make, transversely, it’s terrible what removing vegetation can do to local ecology and hydrology.

The president of the LPLN Committee of Management, and member of the Kamarooka Landcare and Northern United Forestry group, Andy Hay, discusses how a 12-year project to reclaim a saline wasteland on his farm has turned it into a valuable part of their sheep production system. Learn about the practical benefits derived from targeted re-vegetation on your property, and how it can improve productivity. Read the full story here in this Weekly Times article below.

http://www.weeklytimesnow.com.au/agribusiness/on-farm/perennial-vegetation-saves-saline-land-and-provides-extra-feed-for-kamarooka-farmers-andy-and-carol-hay/news-story/28b3d13b0e7b13de2c14f74460379a1e

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Posted 21 June 2016 in News