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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
The project has illustrated and quantified the historical variability associated with several climate products that are important to the Australian agriculture sector... The best methods for making the project outputs available are to be finalised, but suggestions include: via Climate Kelpie via something similar to, or an extension of, FutureWise working with Econnect Communication (www.econnect.com.au), or a similar company, to liaise with the Climate Champions program to determine which formats and ways of disseminating the information emerging from this project are most useful working directly with the Climate Champions in a similar way to how the Bureau of Meteorology(BoM) Water and the Land (WATL, www.bom.gov.au/watl) products are evaluated against user preferences via 'CliMate' - David Freebairn's 'Climate Analyser' tool... The project has illustrated and quantified, across Australia and for nine targeted grain growing regions, the climate variability that is already experienced and needs to be taken into account as part of climate risk management...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
The project will improve transparency of information in the value chain and enable greater clarity of the market's requirements, improve understanding of the quality profile of canola varieties, and identify variety characteristics and their consistency... The project will benefit growers by ensuring variety developments and improvement are market focussed and meet end-user priorities... The results from the project provided evidence based advice on quality issues that affect the marketability of Australian canola and value to growers...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
The past twelve months have been a continuing evolution of the whole barley marketplace... As the impact of the deregulation of the barley market is now stabilizing with growers aware of the new marketing arrangements, the next change underway is the privatization of the barley "front end" that will see the transformation of the breeding functions into a number of new commercially-driven bodies, with concurrent impact on growers... The specific requirements of the end users, especially the brewers, will determine the types and characteristics of the malting barley sought on the basis of continual improvement whereby any new variety will only be considered for malting quality if it has superior agronomic, malting and brewing advantages over the barleys they replace...
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