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Catalogue: Ground Cover
An independent economic analysis of the GRDC's investment in no-till farming research has found that the corporation's $4 million investment has returned $141 million in benefits to the grains industry - a benefit/cost ratio of 36 to one... The no-till projects raised awareness of no-till opportunities and benefits and provided greater confidence to those willing to undertake change.".. Quantified benefits of the GRDC's investment included short-term gains from improved soil moisture retention and longer-term benefits such as improved weed and pest control and reduced soil erosion...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Grain growers across northern NSW and southern Queensland will have the opportunity to hear from leading agribusiness professionals at the upcoming Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Business Updates... James Clark, GRDC northern panel chair said the return of the GRDC Business Updates was in response to interest from growers as they faced the dual challenges of rising costs and fluctuating commodity prices... "GRDC has a good track record of linking the region's growers and advisers with research information so we are using a similar format to help them finetune their business operations and gain insight as to how they can increase profit and lower risk," Mr Clark said...
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