Pineapple traffic control pays off

AW
Updated November 23 2015 - 2:47pm, first published August 18 2015 - 4:24pm
Jeff Atkinson of Wide Bay Pineapples, Maryborough, says his decision to go to stringent controlled traffic at 2m centres has paid dividends in reducing tractor hours and fuel consumption.
Jeff Atkinson of Wide Bay Pineapples, Maryborough, says his decision to go to stringent controlled traffic at 2m centres has paid dividends in reducing tractor hours and fuel consumption.

STICKING to controlled traffic has continued to pay dividends for Maryborough pineapple grower Jeff Atkinson.

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AW

Editor of Good Fruit and Vegetables.

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