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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Photograph of Fusarium wilt first observed as dead plants in field.. Photograph of a split-stem of cotton discoloured with Fusarium wilt.. Photo of cotton - black root rot stunted & healthy plants (Cotton)..
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Photograph of Fusarium wilt first observed as dead plants in field.. Photograph of a split-stem of cotton discoloured with Fusarium wilt.. Photo of cotton - black root rot stunted & healthy plants (Cotton)..
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Photograph of Fusarium wilt first observed as dead plants in field.. Photograph of a split-stem of cotton discoloured with Fusarium wilt.. Photo of cotton - black root rot stunted & healthy plants (Cotton)..
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Scores of growers recently gathered at a series of field days across Australia to learn more about growing pulses... On hand were traders, breeders, researchers and agronomists who spoke about market demand, using pulse crops as disease breaks, the nitrogen benefits of pulses and planting pulses for weed control to augment the traditional option of growing crops only for grain... Participants also heard talks on the latest varieties released by Pulse Breeding Australia (PBA)...
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Wimmera town stands tall.. Image of silos featuring artist's painting.. The artwork by the side of the Henty Highway, 360 kilometres north of Melbourne, is an inspiring example of how a town all but forgotten in the history of disappearing rural communities has stood up to remind the world of its presence and its farming pride...
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Wimmera town stands tall.. Image of silos featuring artist's painting.. The artwork by the side of the Henty Highway, 360 kilometres north of Melbourne, is an inspiring example of how a town all but forgotten in the history of disappearing rural communities has stood up to remind the world of its presence and its farming pride...
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Also recognised with a sorghum industry award was Francis Coe, who started in the sorghum seeds business in the early 1960s... Photo of Farmer and HSR Seeds director Francis Coe.. Sunflower researcher Sue Thompson , of the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Queensland, was recognised for her contribution to plant pathology, extension and diagnostics over 20 years...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Also recognised with a sorghum industry award was Francis Coe, who started in the sorghum seeds business in the early 1960s... Photo of Farmer and HSR Seeds director Francis Coe.. Sunflower researcher Sue Thompson , of the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry Queensland, was recognised for her contribution to plant pathology, extension and diagnostics over 20 years...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
New way to have your say on grains research.. The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) invites growers and industry people to attend new meetings, starting this month, to be held twice-yearly in each port zone... July 22 - Bruce Rock Shire Hall (Kwinana East port zone) - Project update: Improving spray fallow techniques..
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
New way to have your say on grains research.. The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) invites growers and industry people to attend new meetings, starting this month, to be held twice-yearly in each port zone... July 22 - Bruce Rock Shire Hall (Kwinana East port zone) - Project update: Improving spray fallow techniques..
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