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Beneficial Microbes Program 2- progressing new microbial products for Australian grain production to commercialisation.

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New stream, assay system to be developed, screening and characterisation of isolates and field trials, with decision points in Dec 2014 after initial glasshouse assays and March 2017 to engage commercial partner... The major foci of this project are to screen and identify elite disease-suppressive microbes for cereals and nodulation-enhancing beneficial microbes for legumes... The Program will consult and work with potential commercial partners, eg Novozymes Biologicals, Becker Underwood, New-Edge Microbials, ALOSCA Technologies, thereby providing mechanisms to ensure communication of research outcomes and successful commercialisation of inoculant products...
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