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As harvest approaches, a new Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) fact sheet has been released to answer growers' questions about End Point Royalties... Automatic deduction of EPRs by grain traders buying from a grower; or.. The Plant Breeder's Rights Act gives the variety owner the exclusive right to sell their varieties, which includes the right to collect royalties for commercial use...
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Grain holds energy value despite weather damage.. Additional information provided through the new AusScan near-infrared (NIR) analysis could give growers an edge in marketing downgraded grain to livestock producers... The analysis provides information about the energy value of grains for different livestock species, which allows growers to target producers whose feed needs best match the grain's energy value...
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Grain holds energy value despite weather damage.. Additional information provided through the new AusScan near-infrared (NIR) analysis could give growers an edge in marketing downgraded grain to livestock producers... The analysis provides information about the energy value of grains for different livestock species, which allows growers to target producers whose feed needs best match the grain's energy value...
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END POINT ROYALTIES EXPLAINED: As southern region grain growers watch their crops develop and ripen, their thoughts will be turning to commodity prices and harvest logistics... The subject of end point royalties may also cross their mind, so to assist growers in understanding the EPR system, the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) has developed a fact sheet which explains why EPRs exist and how they are collected... The Plant Breeder's Rights Act gives the variety owner the exclusive right to sell the variety, which includes the right to collect royalties for commercial use...
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"If anyone along the value chain has research ideas that they think will benefit Australian growers then we are willing to co-invest," he told the conference, attended by customers and marketers of Australian grain... Mr Clark said innovation and new technologies, including new varieties, had helped Australian growers to triple production since 1975, making the country a more reliable supplier to the world grain market... Mr Clark also brought the conference up to date on research into canola capable of producing omega-3 fatty acids, as a potential alternative to omega-3s from marine algae delivered via seafoods...
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Laboratory puts our grain through the mill.. GrainCorp's Queensland quality services manager Eric Williamson in the Toowoomba laboratory... GrainCorp's Queensland quality services manager Eric Williamson explains that the testing equipment provides all the quality data on wheat and flour required by customers, which include 15 high volume export clients, such as Cargill and Viterra, and several smaller domestic businesses...
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Laboratory puts our grain through the mill.. GrainCorp's Queensland quality services manager Eric Williamson in the Toowoomba laboratory... GrainCorp's Queensland quality services manager Eric Williamson explains that the testing equipment provides all the quality data on wheat and flour required by customers, which include 15 high volume export clients, such as Cargill and Viterra, and several smaller domestic businesses...
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END POINT ROYALTIES EXPLAINED: As southern region grain growers watch their crops develop and ripen, their thoughts will be turning to commodity prices and harvest logistics... The subject of end point royalties may also cross their mind, so to assist growers in understanding the EPR system, the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) has developed a fact sheet which explains why EPRs exist and how they are collected... The site is a joint initiative developed by the EPR steering committee, which comprises representatives from all industry sectors including breeders, seed commercialisers, grain traders and the GRDC. ENDS GRDC project code: SED00001 Authorised by the GRDC and distributed on its behalf by Porter Novelli, phone 0409 675100...
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Global grain growing just a steppe away.. Locals in southern Ukraine are learning to say 'g'day' as they observe first-hand the Australian way to grow grain.. Overall, Lawrence says winter rape (as distinct from spring-sown canola) offers the best gross margin, but is the highest risk crop because it too has to survive the winter...
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Local agriculture students fought off strong challenges from the US to take out the 2015 Australian Universities Crop Competition... Students from Charles Sturt University (CSU) took out first place in both the team and individual categories... CSU student Mathew Dunn was awarded first place in the individual category: "It was a great opportunity to expand the work we do at university to a real-life-like scenario," he says...
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