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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Grain growers in the southern cropping region are being kept entertained and informed this harvest while they spend endless hours in the cabin... The CD begins with a regional research update from GRDC Southern Regional Panel chair Keith Pengilley and an overview of the new southern stubble management initiative by GRDC Regional Grower Services Manager for the south, Andrew Rice... If you are pressed for time to read the new edition of Ground Cover then you can download an audio presentation of the magazine...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
A comprehensive survey of no-till adoption amongst Australian grain growers has found between 70 and 90 percent of farmers use no-till practices on their farms, to some extent... The survey looks at what's driving the use of no-till and also examines why farmers in some districts have been slow to adopt no-till practices... Keep browsing 0 Responses to Driving Agronomy - No-Till Adoption in Australia..
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) northern region 2014 Driving Agronomy audio compact disc (CD) was included in the November-December edition of the GRDC magazine Ground Cover , which was recently mailed to growers... The CD begins with a regional research update from GRDC Northern Region Panel chair James Clark and features interviews by Driving Agronomy presenter Chris Brown with some of the nation's leading researchers and cropping experts... Driving Agronomy is also available as a podcast via the iTunes store and new editions are released weekly discussing the GRDC's research, development and extension investments...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
We are in the process of rolling out Driving Agronomy to radio stations around Australia... You can help by calling your local commercial radio station and asking them to broadcast the program... The GRDC's own radio program, Driving Agronomy, brings you the latest grains research information and is broadcast on a number of commercial radio stations...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
We are in the process of rolling out Driving Agronomy to radio stations around Australia... You can help by calling your local commercial radio station and asking them to broadcast the program... The GRDC's own radio program, Driving Agronomy, brings you the latest grains research information and is broadcast on a number of commercial radio stations...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) northern region 2014 Driving Agronomy audio compact disc (CD) was included in the November-December edition of the GRDC magazine Ground Cover , which was recently mailed to growers... The CD begins with a regional research update from GRDC Northern Region Panel chair James Clark and features interviews by Driving Agronomy presenter Chris Brown with some of the nation's leading researchers and cropping experts... Driving Agronomy is also available as a podcast via the iTunes store and new editions are released weekly discussing the GRDC's research, development and extension investments...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
The innovative use of electromagnetic (EM) technology is enabling Moree district cropping manager Byron Birch, Rimanui Farms, to proactively manage his production risk by accurately matching crop selection with soil moisture availability... Mr Birch uses a mobile EM38 device to take soil moisture readings across dryland black cracking clay paddocks to generate a comprehensive analysis of soil moisture availability... "The EM38 has the ability to give a tangible figure which can be inputted into a spread sheet much like the probes and it can be used in conjunction with push probes, neutron probes and capacitance probes to verify readings."..
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
The innovative use of electromagnetic (EM) technology is enabling Moree district cropping manager Byron Birch, Rimanui Farms, to proactively manage his production risk by accurately matching crop selection with soil moisture availability... Mr Birch uses a mobile EM38 device to take soil moisture readings across dryland black cracking clay paddocks to generate a comprehensive analysis of soil moisture availability... "The EM38 has the ability to give a tangible figure which can be inputted into a spread sheet much like the probes and it can be used in conjunction with push probes, neutron probes and capacitance probes to verify readings."..
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
While Driving Agronomy has been heard on commercial radio around much of the Australian grainbelt for several years, if you missed an episode that was it... Now you can simply access the iTunes store on your computer, iPad or iPhone and search for 'GRDC' to locate the Driving Agronomy podcasts... You can also subscribe to the Driving Agronomy podcasts if you have the latest software upgrade on your iPhone or iPad and you have the new Apple Podcast App on your device, which is available free from the App Store...
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