2013 First International CTF Conference

Ninth Australian, and First International, Controlled Traffic Farming Conference

25 – 27 February, 2013, Toowoomba, Queensland

Conference Proceedings
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Presentation papers
CTF – on track to our future
Don Yule, CTF Solutions, Qld
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CTF practice in grain, cane and horticulture
Aaron Sanderson, Farmer
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Why Controlled Traffic: A Consultant’s Perspective: integrating agronomy into CTF
Andrew Newall,  Newag Consulting, Victoria
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Overview of CTF in the Australian Cotton industry
Dave Anthony, CEO, Auscott
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CTF in Horticulture: Implementation and Impact
Ed Windley, Farmer, Kalbar,Q
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Large-scale Cane Systems
Dave Cox, Davco Farming, Queensland
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CTF (and stuff) in New Zealand
Dan Bloomer, Landwise, New Zealand
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An overview of Controlled Traffic Farming(CTF) systems in Northern Europe
Tim Chamen, CTF Europe
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Organic farming in the track
Peter Bay, Organic Vegetable Farmer, Denmark
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Contractors improve yields and make better feed quality by use of CTF in forage grass
Mogens Kjeldal, Contractor Advisor, Denmark
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10 m CTF Grain System at Hendred Estate
Julian Gold, Farmer,  UK
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CRCSI: The next wave of spatial science research in Australia and New Zealand
Peter Woodgate, CEO, CRC for Spatial Information.
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Overview of CTF Activity in Canada
Peter Gamache, CTF Canada
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CTF in Western Canada – Issues and Impacts
Steve Larocque, Beyond Agronomy, Canada
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Controlled Traffic on Sprinbokflats, South Africa
Willem van de Walt, S Africa.
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Controlled traffic farming system: analysis and pilot project in the Zimbabwean sugarcane industry
Neil Lecler, Sugar Assoc.Exp. Stn.
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Controlled Traffic Farming in Argentina: challenges and opportunities
Dio Antille, ERC Wexford, Ireland
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Using RTK GPS and GIS software to manage deep and rutted wheeltracks in CTF and mixed bed systems
Tim Neale, Precision Agriculture, Queensland
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A Wide Span tractor designed for CTF solution for vegetable and other crops
Hans Henrik Pedersen ,  CTF  Europe
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Agronomy and system opportunities in different regions and industries – Victoria
Jon Midwood, Southern Farming Systems, Victoria
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Challenges to implementing CTF  in peanut – sugarcane farming systems.
Dr Neil Halpin, Senior Systems Agronomist , DAFF Q.
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New technology insights
Liam Connelly, CNH,  Sydney
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CTF  Impacts on Soil Biology
Pauline Mele , Dept of Primary Industries, Victoria
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Agronomy  and System Opportunities in Different Regions and Industries – Jon Midwood,  SFS, Victoria
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CTF in Europe – Hans-Henrick Pedersen, Denmark
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Controlled Traffic – an Essential Tool for Sugar Cane Cropping System – Brian Robotham, Span Consulting, Queensland
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Assessing the economic value of controlled traffic farming practices  –  Jim Page , Queensland Dept of Agriculture, Fisheries  & Food
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CTF impacts:  Environmental  = Economic Impact – Jeff Tullberg, CTF Solutions
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The likely impacts of Controlled Traffic Farming on the dynamics of soil organic matter – Tim Chamen, CTF Europe
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Future Directions for Sustainable Agriculture in Australia – Martin Blumenthal  GRDC

A view from Australian Government – Kathryn Galea DAFF
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Poster thumbnails
The future of satellite delivered GNSS corrections and linked services – Keith Dyer, Trimble Positioning Services
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CTF and precision horticulture in vegetables – Sarah Limpus, DAFF, Queensland
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Effect of Infiltrax™  on Soil Structure, Aggregate Stability, Pore Number and Pore Connectivity – Edward Scott, Injekta P/L
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Soil benefits of controlled traffic in vegetable production – John McPhee, TIA, Tasmania
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Farmers thoughts about CTF – in Australia’s northern grain growing region – Suzette Argent, DAFF, Queensland
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Controlled traffic farming: A means to reducing runoff without significantly affecting yield for sugarcane farming systems – Kaela McDuffie, DNRM, Queensland
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An investigation into the effect of traffic and tillage on soil properties, crop yields and energy requirements – Emily Smith, Harper Adams, UK
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Controlled traffic farming in Germany and Switzerland – implementation, results and recommendations – Markus Demmel, Bavaria
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Soil compaction resulting from tyres and a rubber track for single axle loads in the range of 10-12 tonnes – Dio Antille, NSRI, Cranfield, UK
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