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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
Failure to meet obligations outlined in a grain contract can be costly to a business, so it is important to have systems in place and manage contracts ... The averages should not be seen as reflecting the overall average price achieved for APW by pool operators... The three key considerations when assessing the forecasting accuracy of a given pool operator is the: n difference between the FPR and the average EPR published during the decision period (i.e. how much less/more did growers receive from what they were expecting)...
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
7. reporting Contract.. 4. Payments ygrown; 4.1 You must pay us or our EPR Collectors the EPR for (2) quantities of Grain produced and/or Sold; all Grain other than Farm Saved Seed in accordance (3) persons to whom Grain is Sold and details of with Schedule.. 5. Your Obligations described in Schedule 2. 5.1 You must: 7.3 You agree that: (1) make sure that anything you do under othis (1) any Authorised Distributors may pass on all Contract complies with all applicable laws; Details of each purchase to us; and (2) any entity that stores, warehouses or Sells Grain (2) i f we have authorised you to Sell Grain for further Propagation, promptly notify us if you that you produce may pass on Details to us. become aware of any unauthorised propagation,..
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
13. after end of Contract grown; 13.1.. 8. Promises and exclusions (records), 7 (warranties and exclusions), 9 8.1 we promise that: (liability) and this clause; and (1) we have all rights necessary to grant you the (6)y accrued rights and remedies are not affected. licence of the licensed Varieties; and.. 17. Severability connection with this Contract will be submitted to 17.1 i f part or all of any clause of this Contract is illegal or an expert in accordance with, and subject to, the institute of arbitrators & mediators australia expert unenforceable it will be severed from this Contract and will not affect the continued operation of the determination rules. remaining provisions. 11. term..
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Silos, augers and trucks that have held treated fertiliser or products such as pickled (treated) grain can contaminate otherwise clean grain subsequently loaded or moved through that equipment... This is resulting in detection of residues of chemicals such as flutriafol and fluquinconazole in grain... Contamination can occur for several reasons, including: failure to clean and decontaminate the equipment used to transport grain, such as trucks and augers; and inappropriate or off-label use of the chemical, or a use of the chemical that is not covered by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority permit...
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Catalogue: GRDC 2014 Research Summaries
The Grower Group Alliance was formed in 2002 by five grower groups with an overall objective of communicating and collaborating... In 2007, with the support of their member groups and the GRDC, the two groups merged into one project, delivering operational and resource efficiencies... The current Grower Group Alliance provides one network servicing all groups in WA regardless of size, one set of communications to network members, a united face for grower group representation and a wider network for grower groups, while being more streamlined for industry partners...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (North)
Modelling the risks involved with splitting N application at Bellata over a number of years.. Current best nitrogen management practice is generally to assess soil water and soil nitrogen levels before sowing, estimate yield potential and fertilise all prior to, or at, sowing because it is too risky to apply in-crop... There is a large decrease in frequency from one to two rainfall events, suggesting growers would need to be very organised and be able to respond in a short time frame to take advantage of incrop N application opportunities...
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Catalogue: Nuffield Scholar Reports
Growers need to consider a portfolio approach to their grain marketing including a combination of passive and active management coupled with some on farm storage if the market is telling you to store grain... Demand will create its own supply (something that many farmers will emphasise with over the past 2 years as supply has expanded rapidly in response to high grain prices, leading to prices to fall) and as argued by Malcolm (2009) "food supply will meet food demand in the future, provided farmers receive the correct market signals and are not thwarted by poor government policies that create perverse incentives.".. Since there "is no reliable way to identify the fund managers who will outperform the market, investors do best to buy a broad spectrum of stocks at the lowest cost" (Damato, 2001)...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The seller must weigh up whether the price being offered outweighs these risks... The seller does not know who the buyer is and vice_versa... When the price moves against either the seller or buyer, they are required to 'top up' the initial margin...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
The introduction of new technology such as smartphones and tablet computers is significantly increasing growers' ability to access data in real time as well as undertake business transactions... The benefits of and shift towards conducting business online can be seen in other industries; Agribusiness is already moving in this direction - it is only a matter of time before more agribusiness takes place online... Although the sample is relatively small and those surveyed already considered "technologically progressive" (due to their membership with an online price reporting service), the results do suggest an appetite for online transacting, with 40% of respondents having nominated grain using the DailyGrain online platform, 27% responding that they were interested in doing so and 72% indicating they were interested in transacting via the app...
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