Joel Williams, Integrated Soils. Joel defines natural capital and then goes on to explain how it can be used in soils and agricultural systems.
Dr Rob Sudmeyer, DPIRD. Rob discusses the potential impact of climate change on Western Australian agriculture and how DPIRD is going to tackle these issues.
Stuart McAlpine, Farmer, Buntine. Stuart describes the importance of considering the biological properties of soil in farming.
Emeritus Professor Lyn Abbott, University of Western Australia. Lyn discusses how soil biology can improve the soil’s ability to cope with climate change.
Rob Grylls, Farmer, Bencubbin. Rob describes the reasons and processes behind using compost on sandy soils in Western Australia.
Associate Professor Frances Hoyle, University of Western Australia. Fran discusses the challenges and opportunities involved in maintaining soil organic carbon levels in Western Australian soils.
Dr Michael Crawford, CEO, Soil CRC. Michael explains the purpose of the Soil CRC and some of the projects it is working on.
Dr Richard Bell. Murdoch University, Soil CRC. Richard looks at the effects of herbicide residues in soils and more effective ways to manage them.
Sue Bestow. Office of National Soils Advocate. Sue describes the role of the National Soils Advocate and the future directions being undertaken within this role.
Brad Jones, Farmer, Tammin. Brad discusses the integration of technology into his farming system and how he uses technology to improve soil health, and ultimately on farm yields.