Podcast #2 from Growing Matters podcast series pilot
Continue learning about the benefits of cover cropping with Dr Kelvin Montagu. In this podcast Kelvin explains how cover crops integrate with the vegetable production system and how keeping your soil healthy plays a big role on the wellbeing of your crops.
This research was supported by the Hort Innovation Vegetable Fund through the project Optimising cover cropping for the Australian vegetable industry (VG16068).
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About the speaker
Dr Kelvin Montagu
Principal Consultant at Colo Consulting
Kelvin has research and education expertise in irrigation and water management and managing climate change impacts on agriculture. While Kelvin spends his weekdays in the paddock, he likes to spend weekends in the mountains – walking, paddling, skiing and canyoning.
He delivers natural resource outcomes for our forests and agricultural landscapes through research and education projects and has lead research work on carbon sequestration and salinity across Australia’s woodlands and savannahs of northern Australia, and temperate forests from NSW across to Western Australia.
Kelvin also managed the development and extension of research outputs as the Knowledge Manager and Education Program Leader with the CRC for Irrigation Futures.
He authored Food and Fibre: Australia's Opportunities published by The Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering in
- View the related project Optimising cover cropping for the Australian vegetable industry (VG16068)
- Discover more on crop protection and contact Dr Kelvin Montagu at the Soil Wealth website
About the Growing Matters pilot podcast series
Hort Innovation's Growing Matters is a podcast series bringing you tangible information through easy-to-access audio that aims to help you on farm and to grow your business.
In the pilot series, growers, Nuffield Scholars, researchers and subject matter experts talk about protected cropping, waste management and sustainability.