The vagaries of climate have always been an integral part of broadacre cropping, but with rising costs, accompanied by little rise in commodity prices, the margin for growing a successful crop shrinks, and new methods of farming and fertilising need to be considered in order for financial viability to be maintained. IN79 examines this dilemma, and explores the position often faced by farmers and growers when they manage difficult periods of productivity because of adverse climatic and economic conditions. This is an important subject and you are invited to read the views of one of RLF’s seasoned team members with many years of practical experience and knowledge. View in full here.