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Catalogue: Ground Cover
A chance to win a glimpse at grains' future Australian grain growers who 'step back in time' to reflect on how their farms have evolved in the past 20 years could win overseas RD&E study tours worth up to $20,000, as part of the GRDC's 'The Way We Were' campaign... Reflecting on industry gains from a grower's personal account of changes and advances at a grass-roots farm level provides a very real picture of just how far the industry has come," Mr Perrett says. ".. Mr Perrett identifies improved yields and costs to growers flowing from resistance to diseases, such as stem rust in wheat, ascochyta in chickpeas and beans, and blackleg in canola, as examples of important changes...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
A workshop run by the University of New England (UNE) and supported by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) will help Moree-district grain growers and agronomists brush up on their pest knowledge... The insect identification workshop will take place at 9am on Tuesday, 8 May at the TAFE Agskills Centre, Newell Highway north of Moree... The workshop will run for three hours and covers basic insect biology followed by a more detailed look at the groups of insects relevant to grain crops and the differences between these groups...
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