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Controlled traffic farming has seen the biggest uptake in Australia but is being tried in many countries, including this field in the Czech Republic photographed in 2015.

The next big thing? Pioneers of CTF have high hopes

Controlled traffic farming may be the biggest advance since no till, 
but even its fans don’t expect it to be an overnight success

Controlled traffic farming has many benefits, but it still hasn’t caught on big in Alberta. There are only a handful of farmers in the province who have adopted the practice and a recent conference drew just over 50 people — even though CTF, as it’s commonly called, is hailed by some as the biggest advance […] Read more

Farming on tramlines topic at Tactical Farming conference

Also on the agenda at the Tactical Farming conference is a presentation on controlled traffic farming by Peter Gamache. Gamache is the project leader for Controlled Traffic Farming Alberta, which was set up in 2010 to assess if the practice of running all field equipment on the same tracks (called tramlines) — which is used […] Read more