In April 2021, The National Diesel Dirt & Turf Expo will return at the recently refurbished Sydney Dragway at Eastern Creek. This new home for the Expo provides all the facilities and security for a great all-weather exhibition area. Not only is the new site excellent for exhibitors; the new Expo layout makes it easy to access all sites.
The variety of products and solutions at Diesel Dirt & Turf is far ranging; landscape materials and equipment, site preparation equipment, earthmoving equipment and attachments, GPS tracking and environmental solutions, public space management tools, farm implements and much more.
Agricultural equipment suppliers have always been a part of the Expo. The 2021 event will be no exception with exhibitors such as Saliba Agricultural Equipment. Based in the Hawkesbury region, Saliba Ag has expanded its range to include imported equipment brands to cater for the needs of all ag enterprises, be they a turf farmer, strawberry grower, construction contractor, concreter or chicken farmer.
Their range includes bagging machines, custom trailers, Faza fertiliser spreaders, Fontana geoblades, forklifts, Gilibert muck spreaders, land levellers, laser levelling tractors and Lipa mulchers.
Another long-time exhibitor at Diesel Dirt & Turf is FAE Australia Pacific Pty Ltd, that supplies tree mulchers and forestry tillers for management of agricultural land and wooded areas, river zones, green areas and plantations, golf courses, green urban areas and forest paths.
Visitors can check out the range of FAE tree mulchers and forestry tillers, stone crushers, stump cutters and multifunction heads that allow industry professionals to perform any reclamation work and land preparation. Their range includes PTO driven heads, which are easily applied to different power tractors, as well as hydraulic driven heads for skid steers, excavators and special vehicles.
The success of agricultural suppliers at previous Diesel Dirt & Turf expos has encouraged others such as Seed Force, an Australian seed wholesaler that supplies premium cultivars across Australasia.
With the backing of the international seed powerhouse RAGT, Seed Force draws on the latest research and development to help farmers get the best results from their broadacre crops, forage crops and pasture. Focusing on yield, quality, disease resistance and persistence, Seed Force said it has changed the game and led the way – taking farmers on the journey.
On the back of successfully launching the world’s first global barley variety RGT Planet into Australia, Seed Force and its parent company RAGT plans to substantially increase its footprint in broadacre crops.
The company says it is constantly growing, testing, fine-tuning and expanding its range, adding new cultivars to a proven system that gives farmers the power to grow.
If you are looking for a convenient location to check out some of the latest agricultural equipment, you need to put the Diesel Dirt & Turf Expo in your diary for Friday 9th, Saturday 10th and Sunday, 11 April 2021.