Hydrosmart asked how things were performing after 12 months of use. HYDROSMART- How have you found use of Hydrosmart thus far? – has it commenced cleaning out the system and improving behaviour of the vineyard, what has been observed, using the recycled water with an E.C. of approx. 1,000mg/L Richard McLean – Yeah, we think…
Hi Hydrosmart, here are some recent photos and some great news! We were presented with the Royal Agricultural Society of Tasmania 2012 Vineyard of the Year and Received the Richard Langdon perpetual trophy. As part of a category in the assessment of our application, sustainability, we were seen to be really innovative and had considered…
Craig Osborne raises horses in the Australian outback. He started treating his water with Hydrosmart water conditioners in the middle of August and has observed impressive results after the first few weeks. Mr Osborne had been experiencing significant trouble getting his horses to put on weight, even though they were eating a lot of feed.…
Australian agriculture could be set for tough time over the coming years due to climate change, according to research from the University of Melbourne.
The UN-backed World Water Day took place on March 22, highlighting the need for sustainability across the next three-and-a-half decades.
Wheat crop output could be limited by changeable climate conditions in the future, according to a study from the University of Western Australia.
Two of Australia’s leading water scientists have pointed out that the country has a huge amount of resources beneath its feet – in underground rivers.
Mining magnate Andrew Forrest believes he can solve Australia’s drought problems by tapping into some 5,000 gigalitres of water in underground rivers.
Unfavourable climate conditions have led to a mixed bag for summer crop production, with those in the cotton industry suffering in particular.
A project launched by NASA is aiming to learn more about global drought conditions from an unlikely source – outer space.