Including women’s voices in research has highlighted key differences in the ways
that women view and relate to their farms and their wider physical and social environmen...
This study provides opportunity for soil scientists to work with farmers to enable an approach to develop innovations with increased probability of adoption.
By working with those within the farming system, practices are embedded to enable change to the system and practices.
How can innovation systems, capability and culture in farmer groups address barriers to adoption of soil management practices?
Property markets, consumer markets and finance and insurance markets were identified as the three main markets that need to be activated to reward soil stewardship.
This research looks at the review and identification of soil constraints as determined by the scientific literature, soil researchers, advisers and industry stakeholders.
This study identifies and prioritises what farmers regard as a high performance soil and what limits their ability to achieve this.
Farmer types present a useful way to see how different priorities influence landholder management practices.
Making decisions about soil management, and whether or not to adopt certain practices or ideas, is as much a social, as an individual activity.
The review sought to identify approaches and opportunities by which soil properties can be sensed, spatially, temporally, and throughout soil profile depth.
A collection of indicators may be the most realistic way to measure soil performance.
This research looked at the mapping, review and assessment of Decision Support Systems (DSS), models and data relevant to improving the performance of agricultural soils in...
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