You are here

new program

Catalogue: Ground Cover
The GRDC and Meat and Livestock Australia (MLA) will invest almost $10 million in research, development and extension under a new Grain & Graze program, following the success of the original initiative which ended last year... The program's next phase aims to lift water-use efficiency (WUE) in mixed crop and livestock systems to increase whole-farm profitability and sustainability, while meeting regional catchment management targets... The former Grain & Graze program fostered strong networks between national and regional organisations, which helped mixed farmers develop strategies to spread risks associated with climate and market variability...
Related categories:
Catalogue: GRDC Media
The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) has just announced the start-up of five novel research projects under its new Innovation Investment program... GRDC Manager of Commercial Farm Technologies, Paul Meibusch, says the five individual projects are the first to secure funding through GRDC's Innovation Investment program, which is designed to capture ideas and concepts from any field that have the potential to improve the Australian grains industry... Caption: GRDC Manager of Commercial Farm Technologies, Paul Meibusch, with SARDI's Dr Kelly Hill who will be working with Dr Richard Glatz on a project to develop a new system for the rapid detection of fungal spores in crops or stored grain...
Related categories:
Catalogue: GRDC Media
The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) has just announced the start-up of five novel research projects under its new Innovation Investment program... GRDC Manager of Commercial Farm Technologies, Paul Meibusch, says the five individual projects are the first to secure funding through GRDC's Innovation Investment program, which is designed to capture ideas and concepts from any field that have the potential to improve the Australian grains industry... Caption: GRDC Manager of Commercial Farm Technologies, Paul Meibusch, with SARDI's Dr Kelly Hill who will be working with Dr Richard Glatz on a project to develop a new system for the rapid detection of fungal spores in crops or stored grain...
Related categories: