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" GCTV4: Stay Green Sorghum 13 June 2011 Story from Ground Cover TV Episode #3: Minimising costs while maximising productivity is what grain growing is all about and there are few more necessary -- or precious - commodities than water... Good news then that GRDC funded research - in collaboration with the Queensland Alliance for Agriculture and Food Innovation is finding a way to make more with less... Technology to reduce spray drift GCTV: Drift Reducing Technology..
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On 4 May leading researchers gathered in Adelaide to discuss the human health benefits of pulses and recent developments in pulse food innovation... Keynote speaker Professor Lynne Cobiac, from CSIRO, spoke about the potential of pulses in addressing the triple challenge of the global food supply: ensuring food security, producing food within a changing environment and producing healthy food to mitigate the chronic disease burden while still addressing malnutrition... The potential role of pulses in cancer prevention was discussed by Dr Siem Siah from the Australian Export Grains Innovation Centre (AEGIC)...
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Leave no survivors in fleabane fight.. Driving down the seedbanks of difficult-to-control weeds such as flaxleaf fleabane requires diligent monitoring and control of herbicide survivors... " the approach will drive the seed bank down to very low numbers within several years, with few problems in following years," Dr Walker said...
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Leave no survivors in fleabane fight.. " the approach will drive the seed bank down to very low numbers within several years, with few problems in following years," Dr Walker said... Log in or register to leave a comment...
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Pulse industry set to ride global wave.. Mr Bahceci said while consumption in western cultures is low, research confirming that pulses can help to prevent or reduce the incidence of obesity, diabetes and heart disease is generating new demand from health and functional foods markets... Mr Bahceci rated the opportunities among the most exciting that have been presented to the global pulse industry, "and Australia has the chance to be a major player", he said...
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" Date: 05.05.2014 2016 declared UN International Year of Pulses.. Mr Edgecombe says PA will coordinate a national committee to work with government, growers, non-government organisations, retailers, food manufacturers, health and science organisations, and United Nations bodies to make the IYOP a success in Australia, and to contribute to raising the profile of pulse crops and foods globally... With rates of diabetes and obesity on the rise around the world, Mr Edgecombe says IYOP presents an opportunity to recognise pulses' exceptional potential to add taste and nutrition to modern diets...
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