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Help us develop an 'eNose' tool for on-farm monitoring of soil biology. A new tool to help you build healthier, living soils. A paddock tour and a workshop will help researchers to obtain farmers’ input on the design of the "eNose", a new tool to help land managers monitor soil biology.

Join researchers from the Soil CRC to collaborate on the design of the eNose tool.

SCHEDULE:

  • Registration with tea and coffee from 9:00 am.
  • The tour will start at 9.30 am.
  • Lunch will be provided.
LOCATION: Milgadara, 186 Milgadara Road, Barwang then moving to The Pavilion at the Young Showground, Whiteman Avenue, Young, NSW.

BOOKINGS: Places are limited to 50. Please advise of cancellations, so others can join us on the day.

ENQUIRIES: Kirsty Yeates (kirsty.yeates@soilsforlife.org.au or 0410 595 390)

The Cooperative Research Centre for High-Performance Soil is developing a soil “eNose”: a simple and easy to use device which will monitor the activity of soil biological communities by measuring the gases produced in the soil.

We want to hear your opinion on the eNose design and how it will work best for you. The project is led by Shane Powell and Robert Hardy is leading the design of the eNose prototype. Both researchers are from the University of Tasmania and the Soil CRC. Soils For Life is a partner with the Soil CRC.

Cost Details

  • This is a FREE event but registration is a must.

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