On borrowed time: the potter farm plan in action

Australia, 1990

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An eight part series which acts as a practical guide to farming with nature rather than against it and of realising the sustainability of the land, winning the war against soil degradation and maintaining productivity. Examines planning farm layout, water access and management, pasture and crop production, planting natural vegetation, fencing and siting of farms. Narrated by Neil Inall.

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