ABOUT CTF SOLUTIONS
To continuously improve farm businesses and communities by providing outstanding systems solutions.
WHAT DOES CTF SOLUTIONS DO FOR YOU?
Continuously improve the profitability, lives and sustainability of your farm business by:
managing the science, technology and practice of farming through Controlled Traffic Farming systems
combining our extensive knowledge, skills and expertise to give you the best support and information possible
focusing on efficient and effective use of farm resources to maximise production and minimise environmental impacts
partnering you in your journey to success
applying new technology to identify problems, improve performance, measure results, and make better decisions.
Learn more information about our programs.
- Map to Manage
- CTF For Success
- Information Rich Agriculture
- Keep on track
Learn more information about what you could achieve with CTF.
- Continuously Improving Soils And Farms
- Continuously Improving Farm production
- Continuously Improving Profitability
- Increasing Access To New Technology
- Continuously Improving Lifestyle
WHAT ARE THE NEXT STEPS?
- Do you need to improve your farm and are you ready to change?
- Which CTF Solutions programs address your current constraints?
- Are you ready to get the benefits that CTF Solutions provides?
WHO ARE WE?
Dr. Don Yule
MSc, PhD) Don is a soil scientist and farming systems specialist. He led the project that developed the first CTF systems in Queensland in the mid 1990s. Don spent over 35 years as a research leader in the Queensland Government, and worked in India and USA. Don is the analyser and integrator of the team, he brings it all together.
Dr. Jeff Tullberg
(N.D.Ag.E, MSc, PhD, FIAgE, FAIAST) Jeff is the grandfather of CTF in Australia, initiating research programs on CTF at UQ Gatton in the early 1980s to demonstrate farm machinery effects on soil, crops and tractor performance. Jeff has also led major projects on mechanized conservation farming in China. Jeff brings nearly 40 years experience to the team, and valuable engineering skills.
(B. Rural Science, MAIAST, MASASBE)
Wayne specialises in making CTF sysems work on farm. As a farmer/consultant he provides practical machinery support for growers moving to CTF. Wayne has spent 5 years working with QDNR in Central Queensland and 5 years consulting across 5 mainland states.