Wheat chick pea sorghum and sunflowers crops
After the great success the growers had with their sorghum crop in such dry conditions they next grew a bumper crop of sunflowers followed by chick pea and wheat crops all in equally dry conditions. With improved soil health their water retention increased, saving crops where others failed.
Their agronomist commented the non-irrigated chick pea crop was as good as any irrigated crops he had seen.
Their wheat crop produced 2 levels higher protein than they had ever achieved before – all extra $’s to the grower.
These Queensland Central Highland growers now use Rural Boss as their sole plant nutrient and soil health input.