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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Canola is a common break crop used by some of the most profitable eastern wheatbelt growers surveyed for a GRDC-Planfarm Break Crop Economics report... The report found - using a six-year gross-margin analysis - that the highest ranked rotation for the most profitable 25 per cent of growers surveyed was canola/wheat/barley, closely followed by pasture/wheat/canola/wheat... Profitable growers surveyed used an average 8.23 units/ha of phosphorus in cereals, 7.75 units/ha in canola, 7.31 units/ha in lupins and none in fallows or pastures...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Partnership to deliver key new grains research in WA.. GRDC chairman Keith Perrett joined the WA Agriculture and Food Minister Ken Baston at the Dowerin GWN Machinery Field Days today to make the announcement... From left, DAFWA project manager for grain crop agronomy Ben Curtis, left, DAFWA acting executive director for grains industry Mark Sweetingham, GRDC western regional panel chairman Peter Roberts, WA Agriculture and Food Minister Ken Baston, GRDC chairman Keith Perrett, GRDC chairman-elect Richard Clark, GRDC board member Kim Halberd and GRDC managing director John Harvey...
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GRDC chairman Keith Perrett joined the WA Agriculture and Food Minister Ken Baston at the Dowerin GWN Machinery Field Days today to make the announcement... Mr Perrett said the Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA) would conduct the research into some of the key priority areas facing WA grain growers including break crops, plant disease, soil acidity, pests and spray drift... From left, DAFWA project manager for grain crop agronomy Ben Curtis, left, DAFWA acting executive director for grains industry Mark Sweetingham, GRDC western regional panel chairman Peter Roberts, WA Agriculture and Food Minister Ken Baston, GRDC chairman Keith Perrett, GRDC chairman-elect Richard Clark, GRDC board member Kim Halberd and GRDC managing director John Harvey...
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