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Australian grain growers can now keep their technical knowledge up to date while they are on the go with the new Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) podcasts... Region National < Keep browsing 0 Responses to Grains information on the go.. Log in or register to leave a comment...
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Kate is a development extension officer with the entomology team in Toowoomba... Kate joined entomology in June 2008 and has previously worked as a research scientist, agronomist, plant health inspector and extension officer... Kate started her career with the Department of Primary Industries in Tasmania and joined the Queensland Government in 1999 as an extension officer in a sugar project at South Johnstone in Far North Queensland...
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Kate is a development extension officer with the entomology team in Toowoomba... Kate joined entomology in June 2008 and has previously worked as a research scientist, agronomist, plant health inspector and extension officer... Kate started her career with the Department of Primary Industries in Tasmania and joined the Queensland Government in 1999 as an extension officer in a sugar project at South Johnstone in Far North Queensland...
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New initiative to foster grains industry leadership.. GRDC Program Manager Capacity Building, Kathleen Allan, says the new Resilient Grain Leaders initiative has been established by the GRDC to "help ensure that the Australian grains industry attracts and retains the right people with the skills and capabilities to contribute to the long term sustainability of the industry"... Ms Allan said that to be eligible to participate in the workshop, applicants must be working and engaged in the grains industry, have a long-term vision for the grains industry and be willing to commit to activities before, during and after the workshop...
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The Resilient Grain Leaders program has been established by the GRDC to help ensure that the Australian grains industry attracts and retains the right people with the skills and capabilities to contribute to the long term sustainability of the industry... During the course, for which places are limited, participants will develop an understanding of what contributes to an effective team; recognise the value in understanding personality types and team role preferences and how to effectively work with diversity to maximise team performance; and understand the purpose of effectively matching leadership style to individuals and situations in developing a supportive team environment... Participants will also develop time management and delegation skills to effectively work within and lead a team; develop and apply skills to effectively give and receive feedback, implement performance management processes and manage conflict; and formulate an action plan for implementation which considers key learnings and how they will be applied by participants in their workplace...
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Winner of 2014 Eureka Prize for Sustainable Agriculture announced.. The Water Use Efficiency team has discovered a few deceivingly simple changes in farming practice that can make staggering differences to water-yield efficiencies... On farms across Victoria, NSW and WA, grains farmers are seeing the light, sometimes after initial reluctance, and are adjusting time-honoured practices to switch to the new Water Use Efficiency principles...
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A Curtin University research team is a 2014 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes finalist, recognising its research into diseases of wheat which will contribute to multi-million dollar savings to Australian agriculture... The team from the Centre for Crop and Disease Management (CCDM), led by Professor Richard Oliver, is a finalist in the Department of Agriculture Landcare Eureka Prize for Sustainable Agriculture... Caption: A team led by Crop and Disease Management (CCDM) director, Professor Richard Oliver is a 2014 Eureka Prizes finalist...
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The Resilient Grain Leaders program has been established by the GRDC to help ensure that the Australian grains industry attracts and retains the right people with the skills and capabilities to contribute to the long term sustainability of the industry... During the course, for which places are limited, participants will develop an understanding of what contributes to an effective team; recognise the value in understanding personality types and team role preferences and how to effectively work with diversity to maximise team performance; and understand the purpose of effectively matching leadership style to individuals and situations in developing a supportive team environment... Participants will also develop time management and delegation skills to effectively work within and lead a team; develop and apply skills to effectively give and receive feedback, implement performance management processes and manage conflict; and formulate an action plan for implementation which considers key learnings and how they will be applied by participants in their workplace...
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It is business as usual for the northern region summer grain and oilseed pathology team following its recent move to the Centre for Crop Health at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) in Toowoomba as part of a strategic new partnership between USQ and the State Government... Samples by Postage or Courier should be marked with - Recipient Name and Phone Number , Centre for Crop Health, University of Southern Queensland, West St, Toowoomba QLD 4350... Samples by Personal Delivery - contact the intended recipient, or one of the team, directly by phone to arrange delivery point and time...
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It is business as usual for the northern region summer grain and oilseed pathology team following its recent move to the Centre for Crop Health at the University of Southern Queensland (USQ) in Toowoomba as part of a strategic new partnership between USQ and the State Government... Samples by Postage or Courier should be marked with - Recipient Name and Phone Number , Centre for Crop Health, University of Southern Queensland, West St, Toowoomba QLD 4350... Samples by Personal Delivery - contact the intended recipient, or one of the team, directly by phone to arrange delivery point and time...
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