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Funded by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) on behalf of growers and the Australian Government, the research project involves a survey of farmers and advisers to identify the major insect pests of grain crops and to better understand the tools and strategies used to manage these pests... PestFacts SA and Western Victoria co-ordinator Kym Perry (SARDI Entomology) said the results of the survey would help researchers and the broader industry to understand what Australian growers do to manage insect pests in their grain crops, and their attitudes towards pest management... Growers and advisers seeking more information about the survey can email helen.spafford@uwa.edu.au or laura.fagan@uwa.edu.au...
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The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) is reminding South Australian grain growers of the dates and locations for the remaining grains research Updates for this year... An important source of agronomic and industry information and resources for growers, the Updates will be held at Lameroo on August 15, Lock on August 22 and Naracoorte on August 28... Region South < Keep browsing 0 Responses to SA Grower Updates..
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South Australian field pea growers can now access information online to assist in reducing the risk of blackspot infection in this year's crops... SARDI senior pulse pathologist, Jenny Davidson, says the model indicates that blackspot will remain a risk for field peas until May 25 in many areas of SA... "The SMS service gives growers direct information about sowing dates that offer the best potential for reducing blackspot in field pea crops," said Ms Davidson...
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South Australian grain growers considering which crop varieties to sow next season now have access to a useful resource to assist with their decision making... Mr Wheeler says t he publication incorporates results from the National Variety Trials (NVT) program, an initiative of the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)... The resource has been mailed to SA growers and can also be viewed and downloaded via the GRDC website at www.grdc.com.au/SASowingGuide2015 , as well as the SARDI website at www.sardi.sa.gov.au/crops/publications ...
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South Australian grain growers considering which crop varieties to sow next season now have access to a useful resource to assist with their decision making... The SA Research and Development Institute (SARDI) 2015 Sowing Guide provides growers with data and guidance on the most important selection criteria for varieties of wheat, barley, lupins, vetch, chickpeas, canola, oats, lentils, field peas, triticale and beans... Compiled by SARDI officers, the guide is sponsored by the SA Grain Industry Trust (SAGIT) in association with Primary Industry and Resources SA (PIRSA) and the GRDC...
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The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) has announced dates and locations for its 2013 grains research Updates for growers in South Australia... An important source of agronomic and industry information and resources for growers, the Updates will be held at Balaklava on February 14; Lameroo on August 15; Lock on August 22; and Naracoorte on August 28... Each year brings with it a new set of challenges and opportunities for growers, and the Updates play a vital role in equipping them with the advice and insights they need to advance their cropping enterprises," Mr Shannon said...
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Man stands on dirt road looking upon a crop field.. South Australian grain growers considering which crop varieties to sow next season now have access to a useful resource to assist with their decision making... Compiled by SARDI officers, the guide is sponsored by the SA Grain Industry Trust (SAGIT) in association with Primary Industry and Regions SA (PIRSA) and the GRDC...
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Man stands on dirt road looking upon a crop field.. South Australian grain growers considering which crop varieties to sow next season now have access to a useful resource to assist with their decision making... Compiled by SARDI officers, the guide is sponsored by the SA Grain Industry Trust (SAGIT) in association with Primary Industry and Regions SA (PIRSA) and the GRDC...
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SARDI senior pulse pathologist, Jenny Davidson, says the model indicates that blackspot will remain a risk for field peas until May 25 in many areas of SA... " the risk is low around Yeelanna and Maitland where peas may be sown in early May without high exposure to blackspot spores," Ms Davidson said... "The SMS service gives growers direct information about sowing dates that offer the best potential for reducing blackspot in field pea crops," said Ms Davidson...
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