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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Peanut growers can access information about production, marketing and financial management from a variety of sources... Other than the Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation, the main sources of information are the Peanut Company of Australia, Grains Research and Development Corporation and private consultants... PCA is the largest company shelling and marketing peanuts in Australia...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Peanut growers can access information about production, marketing and financial management from a variety of sources... Other than the Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation, the main sources of information are the Peanut Company of Australia, Grains Research and Development Corporation and private consultants... PCA is the largest company shelling and marketing peanuts in Australia...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Peanut growers can access information about production, marketing and financial management from a variety of sources... Other than the Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation, the main sources of information are the Peanut Company of Australia, Grains Research and Development Corporation and private consultants... PCA is the largest company shelling and marketing peanuts in Australia...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Grain industry salutes the Brownhill family.. Well-known for their pioneering work in zero tillage and controlled traffic farming and long term involvement in agricultural research, the Brownhills were presented with the award during an AgQuip breakfast hosted by the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries and the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) at the NSW Farmers stand... In presenting the award, GRDC northern panel chair James Clark said the Brownhills' passion for innovation, research and industry development had helped transform the nature of farming in Australia...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Life-sized fibreglass cows are being delivered to schools across Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales to promote the role of farming in the community... "We know how good our industry is so we must show it off to others," says Jessica, 19, who hails from a 150-year-old mixed-farming family business in Beaufort, Victoria, and aspires to become a grain agronomist... "Art4Agriculture draws positive attention to, and generates community pride in, the grains industry, highlights the career paths it has to offer and provides a chance for young people to develop their confidence and capabilities," Ms Allan says...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Northern region growers are increasingly questioning the traditional model of wheat as a backbone to their enterprises and instead relying more on summer grains as core crops in their farming systems... James Clark, GRDC Northern Panel chair, says: "Rotations involving summer grains have become vital to the future of farming in the northern region.".. Rotations and careful crop sequencing are at the heart of managing major issues including crown rot, herbicide resistance and soil fertility decline in both summer and winter crops, according to Mr Clark, who was speaking at the 2013 Australian Summer Grains Conference held on the Gold Coast in June...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
A group of women at a conference (From left) Maressa Carey, GRDC, Canberra; Alice Long, AgCommunications, Adelaide; Sharon Watt, GRDC southern regional communicator; and Rebecca Jeisman, AgCommunications, Adelaide, at the GRDC Grains Research Update for Advisers in Adelaide, South Australia... At the Adelaide GRDC Grains Research Update for Advisers five growers from the west African nation of Ghana joined local growers, researchers and agronomists... Julien Pearce from Ospray and Bec Roberts from Agfarm take part in the GRDC Grains Research Update for Advisers in Adelaide...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
New regional panels appointed.. The panels develop and monitor the regional priorities in the GRDC's R&D investments and ensure the GRDC's investment plan responds to the regional and national priorities of growers and the Australian Government... Jules Dixon has an extensive background in agronomy and an established network spanning eastern Australia and WA including researchers, leading growers and agronomy consultants through to the multinational private sector...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
New regional panels appointed.. The panels develop and monitor the regional priorities in the GRDC's R&D investments and ensure the GRDC's investment plan responds to the regional and national priorities of growers and the Australian Government... Jules Dixon has an extensive background in agronomy and an established network spanning eastern Australia and WA including researchers, leading growers and agronomy consultants through to the multinational private sector...
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Catalogue: Nuffield Scholar Reports
I focused on Marketing in the UK, and technology and cultural practices in Holland... As farms in the Virginia area are varied in shape and infrastructure, each farm must be assessed on an individual basis and the checklist adjusted which is why a good hydroponic consultant is vital in achieving a good outcome... I would like to describe a disease that threatens the livelihood of farmers in Australia and overseas...
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