Tony Reynolds, pictured with grandson Sam Patrick.
Leaving soil undisturbed is an important part of successful weed control for one no-till grower, who believes he is using less herbicide since making the change from conventional tillage. Managing weeds has long been a challenge for no-till farmers and there is a perception that making it work involves heavy use of herbicide and/or cultural techniques like stale seed-beds. However, Tony Reynolds, who farms 1,270ha across three farms with his grandson Sam Patrick, is proving that it can be achieved […]