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Film Clips

 

Interviews with successful saltland managers:

 

Boorowa, NSW, Film Clip


Manilla, NSW, Film Clip


Narrabri, NSW, Film Clip


Wagga Wagga, NSW, Film Clip


Wellington, NSW, Film Clip


YouTube Presentations and Case Studies

The Saltland Pastures Association commissioned videos of a number of a number of Field Day presentations and Case Studies that have been put onto YouTube  for your viewing.

Saltland Genie YouTube Channel


Presentations by saltland researchers: 

Future Farm Industries CRC researcher Dr Ed Barrett-Lennard (DAFWA) talks about  how farmers can make the most out of their salty land in southern Australia in an interview "Making the most out of your salty land" (external link to 5 minute 'You Tube' video)

Future Farm industries CRC researcher Dr Phil Nichols (DAFWA) talks about the annual legume, Melilotus siculus and its potential as a pasture plant on salt affected land "Melilotus siculus - proving itself to be the right pasture plant for saltland" (external link to 5 minute 'You Tube' video)