Keyline farming: Practical implications for using deep ripping and plant life to control hillslope erosion
Keyline Farming is a holistic approach partly aimed at capturing water on-farm and improving soil. Developed by PA Yeomans, the approach includes deep ripping at increasing depth to improve water infiltration and root penetration. In 2015, Boyup Brook farmers Veronica Nix and Darren King began a demonstration of Keyline...
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