Reefinator hits ton with tonne of rocks

Updated September 27 2018 - 2:47am, first published November 3 2017 - 8:00pm
Ballidu farmer Phil Mincherton (left) and Rocks Gone founder Tim Pannell discuss the size of the rocks the Reefinator crushed into pea gravel, turning rocky outcrops into a seed bed. Mr Mincherton has seen a 1.1-2.6 tonnes a hectare wheat yield increase and a 2.3t/ha increase in barley yields. Photo: Lauren Calvin.

ROCKS Gone has achieved a major milestone with more than 100 Reefinator machines in operation in WA.

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