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Part 2 (audio only) of this rare first time digitized interview with P A Yeomans
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First Method: Water Harvesting (0:00-09:46) and (10:50-13:40)Second Method: The Keyline Plan (09:47-10:49)Two methods of farm water management which have received much publicity and which have been advocated as being applicable under a wide variety of conditions and purposes.The first of these, known as Water Harvesting, has been developed by Mr H J Geddes at the Sydney University McGarvie-Smith Animal Husbandry Farm at Badgery's Creek, near Liverpool in New South Wales.The second, known as The Keyline Plan, has been developed by Mr P A Yeomans on his properties at North Richmond, New South Wales, and other places.Source: NSW Trade & Investment(from the sleeve notes)References:E.J. Breakwell (1956, June). Water Harvesting and Keyline: An Analysis, The RiverlanderBurton, J.R. (1957). Engineering Aspects of Water Harvesting and The Keyline Plan. Sydney, NSW: Water Research Foundation of Australia Ltd.Yeomans, P.A. (1965, 1968). Water For Every Farm. The K G Murray Publishing Company Pty Ltd, Sydney NSW. p208(each out of print)Yeomans, K.B. (1993, 2002, 2003, 2008). Water for Every Farm: Yeomans Keyline Plan. Southport, QLD: Keyline Designs. p313See also:Engineering Aspects of Water Harvesting & The Keyline Plan-Multi Storage Complexes (J R Burton) 1957(out of print)http://issuu.com/gboothy/docs/8._engineering_aspects_of_water_harBooks:P A Yeomans wrote the following four books in five formats (each out of print):1. Yeomans, P.A. (1954). The Keyline Plan. Sydney, NSW: P.A. Yeomanshttp://www.soilandhealth.org/01aglibrary/010125yeomans/010125toc.html2. Yeomans, P.A. (1958). The Challenge of Landscape. Sydney, NSW: Keyline Publishing Pty Ltd.http://www.soilandhealth.org/01aglibrary/010126yeomansII/010126toc.html3. Yeomans, P.A. (1965, 1968). Water For Every Farm. Sydney, NSW: The K.G. Murray Publishing Company Pty Ltd.4. Yeomans, P.A. (1971). The City Forest. Sydney, NSW: Keyline Publishing Pty Ltd.http://www.soilandhealth.org/01aglibrary/010127yeomansIII/010127toc.html5. Yeomans, P.A. (1978). Water For Every Farm Using The Keyline Plan. Sydney, NSW: Murray Book Distributors Pty Ltd.or Yeomans, P.A. (1981). Water For Every Farm Using The Keyline Plan. Katoomba, NSW: Second Back Row Press Pty Ltd.Additionally, P A Yeomans' academic colleague wrote (out of print):6. Holmes, J.M. (1960). The Geographical Basis of Keyline. Sydney, NSW: Angus & Robertson Pty Ltd.http://issuu.com/gboothy/docs/12._the_geographical____topographicRights Release: Department of Agriculture-NSW/Australian Wheat Board (31 Oct 2011)Thanks go to Geoff Booth for telecine transferring this film and then digitizing this video.
THE KEYLINE SYSTEM AND ITS STORY The Keyline system has changed only slightly from my father, P.A, Yeomans’ original books on Keyline. The main change started in the late 1960s with our work on developing a ripper with almost zero disturbance of soil layer profiles. The modern subsoiler was born and highly accelerated Keyline soil … Continue reading 8. Yeomans Keyline Systems Explained