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The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) is hosting a Farm Business Update on August 15 to provide professionals with information and insights to enhance their service to grain growers... GRDC Southern Regional Panel deputy chair Chris Blanchard, of Wagga Wagga, says the Farm Business Update is specifically designed for those professionals who provide advice to grain growers... Caption: GRDC Southern Regional Panel deputy chair Chris Blanchard says the Farm Business Update will feature a line-up of expert speakers who will offer growers and advisers insights into some of the key farm business issues...
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Australia's grains industry is entering an era of unprecedented opportunities, according to the new chair of the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Southern Regional Panel... Keith Pengilley says the opportunities - born of increasing demand for grain for human consumption and stock feed - will be particularly attractive for southern region grain growers due to their regional proximity to expanding markets and their ability to adapt to climate variability... "I am pleased to announce that Keith Pengilley will be leading the Southern Panel for at least the next two years," Mr Perrett 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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Dr Blanchard, a researcher and teacher at Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga and Director of the Functional Grains Centre based there, is deputy chair of the GRDC Southern Regional Panel, which identifies cropping constraints and opportunities and directs research priorities to benefit grain growers... "I have had a real passion for grains research for most of my life and for me this involvement with the GRDC panel was really an opportunity for me to have some input into the direction of research in Australia," Dr Blanchard said... With a PhD in molecular biology and an honours degree in applied science, Dr Blanchard typically looks at how grain quality affects end products for consumers, and his research ranges from identifying antioxidant properties in faba beans to the suitability of Australian-grown chickpeas for overseas markets...
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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... 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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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... Susan Findlay Tickner (Horsham) will join Peter Schwarz* (Naringaningalook) and serve a two year term providing a direct link for Victorian growers, helping to ensure they can provide input into the organisation and get to learn about the latest research results... 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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In the marginal cropping region, Peter uses liquid fertiliser, no-till and variable rate technology to assist in the challenge of dealing with low rainfall and subsoil constraints... In 2012 Peter was awarded the ABC/Kondinin "Australian Farmer of the Year" title... Peter studied farm management at Roseworthy Agricultural College and spent a year farming in Queensland before returning to the family farm at Mudamuckla where his father offered him the opportunity to run the farm...
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In the marginal cropping region, Peter uses liquid fertiliser, no-till and variable rate technology to assist in the challenge of dealing with low rainfall and subsoil constraints... In 2012 Peter was awarded the ABC/Kondinin "Australian Farmer of the Year" title... Peter studied farm management at Roseworthy Agricultural College and spent a year farming in Queensland before returning to the family farm at Mudamuckla where his father offered him the opportunity to run the farm...
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The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) is boosting its presence and outreach to growers in the southern cropping region through the establishment of a regional office... As general manager of systems and agronomy south, Dr Stephen Loss will lead GRDC's operations in the southern region and he will be supported by a manager of systems and agronomy and a team assistant... "We believe this 'hub and spoke' model is most appropriate for an organisation like the GRDC which has a mandate to work closely with growers and industry at a regional level but to also maintain and foster strategic relationships with research partners from across Australia and the globe, which we can do most effectively from a national head office."..
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The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) is boosting its presence and outreach to growers in the southern cropping region through the establishment of a regional office... As general manager of systems and agronomy south, Dr Stephen Loss will lead GRDC's operations in the southern region and he will be supported by a manager of systems and agronomy and a team assistant... "We believe this 'hub and spoke' model is most appropriate for an organisation like the GRDC which has a mandate to work closely with growers and industry at a regional level but to also maintain and foster strategic relationships with research partners from across Australia and the globe, which we can do most effectively from a national head office."..
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