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Growers of pulse crops selling to export markets should be wary of being caught out by exceeding pesticide MRLs (Maximum Residue Limits) set in the countries buying their produce, according to Queensland Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry senior entomologist Mr Hugh Brier... Mr Brier said MRL restrictions could vary significantly from country to country... Audio download: Click to listen to Mr Hugh Brier, Queensland Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry senior entomologist...
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Dr Blanchard, a researcher and teacher at Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga and Director of the Functional Grains Centre based there, is deputy chair of the GRDC Southern Regional Panel, which identifies cropping constraints and opportunities and directs research priorities to benefit grain growers... "I have had a real passion for grains research for most of my life and for me this involvement with the GRDC panel was really an opportunity for me to have some input into the direction of research in Australia," Dr Blanchard said... With a PhD in molecular biology and an honours degree in applied science, Dr Blanchard typically looks at how grain quality affects end products for consumers, and his research ranges from identifying antioxidant properties in faba beans to the suitability of Australian-grown chickpeas for overseas markets...
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Dr Blanchard, a researcher and teacher at Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga and Director of the Functional Grains Centre based there, is deputy chair of the GRDC Southern Regional Panel, which identifies cropping constraints and opportunities and directs research priorities to benefit grain growers... "I have had a real passion for grains research for most of my life and for me this involvement with the GRDC panel was really an opportunity for me to have some input into the direction of research in Australia," Dr Blanchard said... With a PhD in molecular biology and an honours degree in applied science, Dr Blanchard typically looks at how grain quality affects end products for consumers, and his research ranges from identifying antioxidant properties in faba beans to the suitability of Australian-grown chickpeas for overseas markets...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Growers of pulse crops selling to export markets should be wary of being caught out by exceeding pesticide MRLs (Maximum Residue Limits) set in the countries buying their produce, according to Queensland Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry senior entomologist Mr Hugh Brier... Mr Brier said MRL restrictions could vary significantly from country to country... Audio download: Click to listen to Mr Hugh Brier, Queensland Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry senior entomologist...
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