Natural Capital Management

Variable Rate Technology provides farms with a way to reduce their carbon footprint within the scope of existing farming practises.

supporting net zero

Use of Variable Rate Applications of fertiliser and lime are key Green House Gas ‘GHG’ mitigation tools. Variable Rate Technology ‘VRT’ offers farmers an opportunity to reduce their carbon footprint without sacrificing yield, within the scope of existing farming practices.

Precision Ag’s core soil constraint amelioration services deliver reductions in GHG emissions per unit of production, supporting net zero practices and forthcoming requirements.

REDUce your carbon footprint with Variable rate

Variable rate technology offers farmers an opportunity to reduce their carbon footprint without sacrificing yield, within the scope of existing farming practices.

As consumers want green credentials with what they’re buying, it (VR) puts Farmers on the front foot, rather than playing catchup.

– Anthony Casanova

Beyond Bolac Catchment Group

Emissions breakdown

Scope 1 – 61.3%

Emissions that occur on-farm

Scope 2 – 0.1%

Emissions associated with the production of electricity that is used on the farm

Scope 3 – 38.6%

Emissions associated with other activities outside of farm boundaries such as the production of fertilisers

Breakdown of GHG footprint for Australian grain production (315kg CO2-e/t)

(2005 GHG gas emissions baseline)

Source: Australian Grains Baseline and Mitigation Assessment (CSIRO 2022)

GHG mitigation on strategies by region for wheat crops

Variable rate application of fertiliser and lime are proven methods to increase productivity and lower GHG emissions

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