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The GRDC Annual Report 2011-12 covers key research achievements over the final year of implementation of the five-year Strategic R&D Plan 2007-12, Prosperity through Innovation ... In collaboration with its research partners and with support from grain growers and the Australian government, the GRDC continues to provide growers with the improved grain varieties, technologies and practices they require to remain competitive in global grain markets.. The annual report details the corporation's performance in achieving its planned outputs and provides financial information for the 2011-12 financial year...
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The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) invested more than $150 million in more than 1,200 projects during 2011-12, and details are now available online in the organisation's Annual Report... The GRDC Annual Report 2011-12 covers key research achievements over the final year of implementation of the five-year Strategic R&D Plan 2007-12, Prosperity through Innovation ... In collaboration with its research partners and with support from grain growers and the Australian government, the GRDC continues to provide growers with the improved grain varieties, technologies and practices they require to remain competitive in global grain markets..
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
The paper firstly reviews how land values have increased over the last 20 years and the rate at which they have increased... In conjunction with the Management Team and Assistant Manager ensure that the property secure at all times and the property takes on a tidy appearance, and that tidiness is maintained... A recent survey conducted by Michael Pengilley suggests that 53 per cent of those surveyed (those working in agriculture; predominantly farmers) own a smartphone with 36 per cent owning a tablet (n=662)...
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Today, as western region systems and agronomy general manager based back in Western Australia, Dr Hughes is largely focused on projects that fall into the GRDC's three-to-eight year investment strategy... "We are directing and developing a strategy around the GRDC's investments in farming systems, soils and agronomy and what is the best return for growers," Dr Hughes said... "The GRDC is investing nearly $4 million per year in a range of soils projects for the benefit of WA grain growers, with a significant focus on non-wetting soils, soil compaction, acidity and sodicity," he said...
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Today, as western region systems and agronomy general manager based back in Western Australia, Dr Hughes is largely focused on projects that fall into the GRDC's three-to-eight year investment strategy... "We are directing and developing a strategy around the GRDC's investments in farming systems, soils and agronomy and what is the best return for growers," Dr Hughes said... "The GRDC is investing nearly $4 million per year in a range of soils projects for the benefit of WA grain growers, with a significant focus on non-wetting soils, soil compaction, acidity and sodicity," he said...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
The panel system is a key strength of the GRDC, with a cross-section of grain growers, scientists and people from industry to feed in regional priorities and assess funding proposals... Mr Martel will serve a two year term providing a direct link for local growers, helping to ensure they can provide input into the organisation and get to learn about the latest research results... "The panel system is vital to the GRDC's success and the organisation relies on panellists to contribute robust opinions based on professional and practical grains industry experience," Mr Clark said...
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Tasmania has a representative on the newly appointed southern region panel of the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) for the first time in several years... The panel system is a key strength of the GRDC, with a cross-section of grain growers, scientists and people from industry to feed in regional priorities and assess funding proposals... We have a good representation of growers, researchers and people from industry on the new panel, each with a fresh perspective on the task and different networks to bring to the organisation," Mr Shannon said...
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Crop management practices key for SA grain growers in 2012 Suppression of crop diseases, pests and weeds will be critical for South Australian grain growers looking to maximise productivity from their plantings in 2012... Mr Shannon said the two-day Update was designed to equip advisers and consultants with the latest agronomic information and resources - delivered by industry experts from throughout Australia and around the globe - to guide and support grain growers over the coming year... Expectations of another big canola crop going in this year has generated widespread concern among industry authorities about the potential for a high risk of blackleg disease," Mr Shannon said. "..
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The panel system is a key strength of the GRDC, with a cross-section of grain growers, scientists and people from industry to feed in regional priorities and assess funding proposals... All panel members will serve two year terms providing a direct link for Queensland growers, helping to ensure they can provide input into the organisation and get to learn about the latest research results... "The panel system is vital to the GRDC's success and the organisation relies on panellists to contribute robust opinions based on professional and practical grains industry experience," Mr Clark said...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
The panel system is a key strength of the GRDC, with a cross-section of grain growers, scientists and people from industry to feed in regional priorities and assess funding proposals... Mr Shannon, who is panel Chairman, said he was pleased to have Mr Long on the panel... "We have a good representation of growers, researchers and people from industry on the new panel, each with a fresh perspective on the task and different networks to bring to the organisation," Mr Shannon said...
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