The Wimmera CMA farming for soil and waterway health podcast
By Wimmera Catchment Management Authority
The Wimmera CMA farming for soil and waterway health podcastApr 04, 2023
Snail Management with Dr Michael Nash Episode Four
In episode four, Dr Michael Nash talks in detail about what makes a good bait, and how to spread baits for greatest efficacy.
Snail Management with Dr Michael Nash Episode Three
In episode three, we learn about the types of baits available, the importance of monitoring snails, and the timing of bait applications.
Snail Management with Dr Michael Nash Episode Two
In episode two, Dr Michael Nash explains how snail management requires the integrated use of several management tools.
Snail Management with Dr Michael Nash Episode One
Episode one delves into the ecology of the white snail; it’s defining features, breeding triggers, preferred habitat, and how this Mediterranean snail is adapted to thrive in the Wimmera.
Jodie Greene on farming in the upper catchment of the Wimmera River
Jodie and Ben Greene focus on groundcover management and other tactics to improve soil health on their property in the upper catchment of the Wimmera River.
Tara Hindson on healthy soils, healthy plants, healthy stock and healthy people
Tara Hindson incorporates regenerative farming techniques, such as composting on their west Wimmera property.
Dallas Hobbs on cropping in the south west Wimmera
Dallas Hobbs and his family manage soil health to maximise productivity and profitability.
Steven Hobbs on tactics for farming in a changing climate
Steven Hobbs shares lessons from his farm business in the northern Wimmera
Protect waterways on farm with Shane Bibby & Ian Rutherford
Protecting and enhancing waterways is good for farm business and the environment