Mr Chris Penfold

Mr Chris Penfold
 Position Research Officer
 Org Unit School of Agriculture, Food and Wine
 Telephone +61 8 8313 7735
 Location Floor/Room G 15 ,  Agronomy Buildings F3 ,   Roseworthy
  • Publications


    Penfold, C.M. (2004) The Relative Sustainability of Organic, Biodynamic, Integrated and Conventional Broadacre Farming Systems in Southern Australia, Unpublished masters thesis, University of Adelaide Penfold, C.M. (2000) Phosphorus management in broadacre organic farming systems. A report for the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation, published on the RIRDC website, November, 2000 Penfold, C.M., Miyan, M.S. (1998) Organic Farming - Now and the future In: Proceedings of the 9th Australian Agronomy Conference, Wagga Wagga, 1998. Edrs. Michalk, D.L., Pratley, J.E. Penfold, C.M. (1998) Organic carbon and farming system sustainability In: Proceedings Humic Substances Downunder: Understanding and managing organic matter in soils, sediments and waters. Sept. 1998, Adelaide. International Humic Substances Society.

  • Professional Interests

    Research Interests:
    cover cropping systems in viticulture
    organic / biodynamic and sustainable agricultural systems for grain and grape production native ground covers (grasses, saltbush) for revegetion and cover crops seed pelleting for revegetation
    permaculture design and implementation

    Consultancy Interests:
    Organic and sustainable broadacre farming systems vineyard floor management

  • Media Expertise

    CategoriesAgriculture & Farming, Wine & Viticulture
    ExpertiseVineyard floor management (cover cropping, non-chemical weed control); Organic viticulture and broadacre farming; Native grasses, saltbush for restoration plantings.

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