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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
The longer season cultivar Westminster topped the NVT trial in the region with a yield exceeding 6t/ha shorter season barley cultivars Skipper and Compass (under malting evaluation), Commander (malt) and the feed cultivar Fathom have also performed well... Early sown (May 10) wheat trials at the Southern Farming Systems (SFS) site in Inverleigh, southern Victoria have shown a yield advantage to feed wheat over the highest yielding milling wheat of 0.8-1.3 t/ha (10-17%), with yields between 7-9 t/ha... Looking at the data from Table 4, the yield gap between feed ( Beaufort and Revenue ) and highest yielding milling wheat ( Bolac ) cultivars is high in absolute yields (0.8-1.3 t/ha) compared to previous data taken from NVT and SFS cultivar trials in the region...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Dr Richards says longer season cereals that can be sown from February to June are most desirable for the HRZ because they make better use of the growing season and provide crop cover for a longer duration... "Longer season wheats are also more efficient users of fertiliser and have a greater water use efficiency compared with standard season wheats," he said... Dr Richards says germplasm coming from New Zealand or the northern hemisphere (via NZ) is going to be an important source of high yielding, disease-resistant HRZ germplasm for Australia...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Japan has moved a step closer to a more open grain-trading system as part of a new Economic Trade Agreement (ETA) with Australia that is expected to come into force in 2015... The trade agreement removes tariffs for these food-grade wheats... Mr Johnson says the new trade agreement creates the potential to increase AH and APW exports, in joint shipments with noodle blends from Western Australia or APH shipped from Brisbane, Queensland, or Newcastle, New South Wales...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Japan has moved a step closer to a more open grain-trading system as part of a new Economic Trade Agreement (ETA) with Australia that is expected to come into force in 2015... Mr Johnson says the new trade agreement creates the potential to increase AH and APW exports, in joint shipments with noodle blends from Western Australia or APH shipped from Brisbane, Queensland, or Newcastle, New South Wales... In conjunction with the opening of trade on feed grains, Mr Johnson says Japan is also likely to introduce legislation to ensure feed grains do not end up in food products...
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