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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Return on brown manure crop equal to continuous cropping Data collected from 2009 to 2011 suggests a crop production system comprising a rotation of brown manure field peas, canola and wheat, can be as profitable as continuous cropping... Rob Patterson, of Rural Management Strategies, Cootamundra, NSW, shared these findings at last week's Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Adviser Update held at Narrandera, NSW. "A crop sequence of brown manure field peas followed by canola and two wheat crops can be as profitable at current commodity prices as continuous cropping, or mixed farming involving cropping and Merino sheep," Mr Patterson said... "A crop production system involving brown manure field peas has less production and financial risk compared to continuous cropping, due to lower input and operating costs."..
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
A crop production system involving brown manure legumes can be as profitable as continuous cropping and, even if slightly less profitable, has much lower production and financial risk due to lower input and operating costs... Farm data from properties that have adopted brown manure peas have shown 25 to 30 per cent yield increases for both canola and wheat crops grown in the two years following brown manure field pea crops... The annual trading results measured by earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) and three key financial ratios are shown in Table 2 ...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
A crop production system involving brown manure legumes can be as profitable as continuous cropping and, even if slightly less profitable, has much lower production and financial risk due to lower input and operating costs... Farm data from properties that have adopted brown manure peas have shown 25 to 30 per cent yield increases for both canola and wheat crops grown in the two years following brown manure field pea crops... The annual trading results measured by earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) and three key financial ratios are shown in Table 2 ...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Return on brown manure crop equal to continuous cropping Data collected from 2009 to 2011 suggests a crop production system comprising a rotation of brown manure field peas, canola and wheat, can be as profitable as continuous cropping... Rob Patterson, of Rural Management Strategies, Cootamundra, NSW, shared these findings at last week's Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Adviser Update held at Narrandera, NSW. "A crop sequence of brown manure field peas followed by canola and two wheat crops can be as profitable at current commodity prices as continuous cropping, or mixed farming involving cropping and Merino sheep," Mr Patterson said... "A crop production system involving brown manure field peas has less production and financial risk compared to continuous cropping, due to lower input and operating costs."..
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
A crop production system involving brown manure legumes, can be as profitable as continuous cropping, but even if slightly less profitable, has considerably less production and financial risk due to lower input and operating costs... The annual trading results measured by EBIT (Earnings before Interest and Tax) and three key financial ratios are shown in Table 3... Actual farm data from recent years, suggests that a crop production system comprising brown manure legumes, canola, wheat and barley, can be as profitable as continuous cropping, but with less production and financial risk...
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