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On-farm input trials show where the money is

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Grain grower Kym Curnow estimates variable rate technology (VRT) has saved his business more than $117,000 over three years by allowing him to target inputs to soil type on his Western Australian farm... We'd just finished applying a blanket rate of gypsum over everything and the paddocks still weren't performing," he says... Before moving to VRT, his standard approach was to apply a blanket application of 14kg/ha of phosphorus across his entire farm...
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