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" Grains Industry Research Scholarship - Adam Tilley (UMO) The effect of adsorption on the properties and structure of nanostructured emulsion Project Code: GRS151 < Keep browsing..
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" Grains Industry Research Scholarship - Sherifah Baharudin (CUR) The effect of heat treatment and processing techniques on the quality of Australian sweet lupin flour Project Code: GRS185 < Keep browsing..
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" Grains Industry Research Scholarship - Sherifah Baharudin (CUR) The effect of heat treatment and processing techniques on the quality of Australian sweet lupin flour Project Code: GRS185 < Keep browsing..
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" GRDC Grains Research Updates 6-7 March 2012, Northern Region, Goondiwindi QLD. Maurie Street 19 September 2013 Maurie Street, CEO Grain Orana Alliance, talks about windrow timing and direct heading in canola and effects on yield and oil... Yield increases up to 0.5t/ha have been seen over relatively short periods of only 8 days Windrowing timing has a limited effect on oil potential in canola Direct heading is a viable option to harvest canola and in many could maximise profitability... Technology to reduce spray drift GCTV: Drift Reducing Technology..
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The adoption of no-till in WA is widespread with approximately 86% of growers using no-till for a proportion of their cropping (D' Emden and Llewellyn, 2004)... No-till crop production systems have major benefits for growers in Australia, such as timeliness of operations, moisture harvesting, erosion control and higher yields... Research in Western Australia shows oat cover crops can drive down the weed population but not as effectively as a pasture phase of sown or volunteer barley...
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" GRDC Agribusiness Crop Updates, 24-25 February 2014, Western Region, Perth, WA. Bill Bowden 17 April 2014 Bill Bowden from West Midlands Group aims to determine whether adjustments need to be made to a range of decision support systems (DSSs) to quantitatively account for the effect of gravel on inputs such as fertilisers, lime, pesticides and herbicides... Recorded at GRDC 2014 Agribusiness Crop Updates, Perth WA, 24-25 February 2014... Technology to reduce spray drift GCTV: Drift Reducing Technology..
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Sorghum growers weigh up January heatwave risk.. Sorghum growers looking to plant in November are being urged to weigh up the risk of excessively high temperatures occurring in January and coinciding with critical development phases of crops... The research found the most severe impacts on yield occurred when high temperatures around flowering reduced the viability of sorghum pollen causing reduced seed set and yield loss, according to Professor Graeme Hammer, Director of the University of Queensland's Centre for Plant Science at the Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation (QAAFI)...
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" GRDC Agribusiness Crop Updates, 24-25 February 2014, Western Region, Perth, WA. Glen Riethmuller 17 April 2014 Glen Riethmuller from DAFWA discusses the results into row spacing, stubble trials and the effect on yields with comparisons between standard varieties and a low tillering line... Recorded at GRDC 2014 Agribusiness Crop Updates, Perth WA, 24-25 February 2014... Technology to reduce spray drift GCTV: Drift Reducing Technology..
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The best we can do is to estimate the risks of what might happen for different scenarios given historical climate data... We look at the effects of sowing date on yield chances and consider how this is affected by moisture conditions and occurrences of high temperature... While accepting the knowledge remains incomplete, we used this information to develop a "first-order" index of the effect of high temperature on seed set that could be implemented in simulation studies...
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" Print the page green vegetable bug suffering the effects of the caterpillar fungal disease, Metarhizium green vegetable bug suffering the effects of the caterpillar fungal disease, Metarhizium mirid suffering the effects of the caterpillar fungal disease, Beauveria mirid suffering the effects of the caterpillar fungal disease, Beauveria.. Fungus fills the inside of the insect and produces a velvety layer of spores on the skin under moist conditions, light green in the case of N. rileyi , dark green for M. anisopliae , or white for B. bassiana ... Each infected larva produces millions of spores and these create further infection in other larvae...
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