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Fri, 12 July

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Tarraganda

The positive role of fungi in agriculture and your garden.

Fungi perform important functions within the soil in relation to nutrient cycling, disease suppression & water dynamics. This helps plants become healthier and more vigorous. Join this seminar to learn how to apply this to your farm or garden.

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The positive role of fungi in agriculture and your garden.
The positive role of fungi in agriculture and your garden.

Time & Location

12 July 2024, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Tarraganda, 1477 Tarraganda Ln, Tarraganda NSW 2550, Australia

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About the event

Fungi perform important functions within the soil in relation to nutrient cycling, disease suppression and water dynamics, all of which help plants become healthier and more vigorous. Join Rodney Capon & Mat Denton (LawrieCo) and Rachel de Lastic (Soil Land Food) to learn more. James Almond, a local agronomist and dairy farmer will present his story on improving fungal balance resulting in improved production and profitability.

The workshop will cover:

  • The decline in soil health and fungal populations driven by conventional agriculture
  • The key rolls of fungi in the soil
  • How to measure and monitor fungi in the soils
  • How to bring back fungal balance in agricultural production systems
  • The benefits of a balanced healthy soil including soil carbon growth
  • The carbon farming opportunity driven by fungal balance

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