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Catalogue: GRDC Media
The popular MyCrop diagnostic app has been expanded to include barley and canola, as well as wheat... "The app enables quick identification of a range of crop production constraints including diseases, pests, nutrient deficiencies, herbicide damage and many others," Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA) development officer and project leader Kelly Ryan said... Ms Ryan said the app had been developed by DAFWA with funding from the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC), and it consolidated decades of the department's research and development on wheat, barley and canola production constraints...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
A new agronomic app has been released by the Department of Agriculture and Food WA (DAFWA) to help diagnose wheat production constraints from the paddock... The MyCrop App builds on the success of the DAFWA and Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) MyCrop website by providing remote access to this information hub without the need for an internet connection... MyCrop consolidates decades of DAFWA and GRDC jointly funded wheat research and development in a virtual library of fact sheets and images that cover 90 specific wheat disease, pest, nutrition and soil constraints...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Cereal growers, who may already be considering their fertiliser requirements for the 2014 winter cropping season, now have access to a free Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) winter cereal nutrition application (app)... GRDC delivery platforms manager Tom McCue said the app covered both nutrient deficiencies and toxicities and environmental, chemical and physiological disorders which could give similar symptoms to nutrient disorders... "The app contains prominent images, thorough descriptions of the issue and its contributing factors," he said...
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Catalogue: GRDC YouTube channel
" GCTV10: Innovation - Aptamers to Apps 03 May 2013 Award winning Grains R&D that ranges from detector molecules to mobile crop yield apps 0.42: GCTV Ep#10 Innovation 19.08: Narrator: Proof-of-concept is what projects such as 24.42: SARDI s newly funded research are called... 39.969: Dr Richard Glatz: Senior Scientist SARDI Entomology The methods that we have already to detect 44.289: them are a bit slow sometimes and quite technically advanced so either you have to be a morphologist 51.389: that knows a lot about fungi and can look at the morphology of the fungi, often that 55.549: doesn t work though... That s what prompted me to actually turn it into an App 361.44: is I can see a lot of other people, the industry generally could gain a lot by knowing that 367.01: holy grail of information which is what s my crop going to yield 372.31: when the seeder s been parked back in the shed again...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Estimates show the world is losing 75 to 100 billion tonnes of agricultural and pastoral soil annually - and new soils require thousands of years to form... Professor Naidu says such rates of degradation risk exhausting the world's food-producing soils within two to three generations... The mobile-device technology was designed to deliver detailed scientific information on soils directly into the hands of growers, rural consultants, agronomists and potentially other soil enthusiasts such as real estate agents and keen bushwalkers...
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