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Topic: Interested in NZ farming, a few questions (waste,soil testing,seaweed,IoT sensors,Taranaki)

Last Post 20 Nov 16 by j, 0 replies Sort by:

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Joined 20/11/16
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Interested in NZ farming, a few questions (waste,soil testing,seaweed,IoT sensors,Taranaki)
Posted 20 Nov 16
1) What are the biggest waste materials you have? What are you paying to dispose of them?

2) Do you have any interest in professional soil testing? Are you interested in the deeper passive layer and compaction or are you happy visually inspecting yourself?

3) Anyone have a powered shed/garage I can rent for some projects I'd like to work on in Taranaki? I have a recycling project I'm working on. It's relatively clean and basic - I just need somewhere other than an apartment to work on it.

4) What's your opinion on seaweed for cattle? Any experience? Cost effective? Useful? Or a waste of time?

5) Any thoughts on soil fertility sensors? Useful to be able to monitor in real time... or a waste of time and money?

6) Electronic stock monitoring, monitoring health and stuff. Thoughts? Interesting?