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Catalogue: GRDC Media
GRDC report highlights farm practice trends.. GRDC farm practices project manager Jan Edwards, who co-authored the Farm Practices Survey Report 2012 , said it outlined the adoption of key management practices, including in Western Australia's central; eastern; mallee/sandplain; and northern agro-ecological zones... Specific practices detailed in the GRDC Farm Practices Survey Report 2012 include: matching land use to land capabilities; reduced or no-tillage; stubble retention; crop rotation with pastures, oilseeds and pulses; controlled traffic and precision agriculture; nutrient budgeting and soil testing; use of soil conditioners; sowing dates; managing water use efficiency; and water budgeting...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
GRDC farm practices project manager Jan Edwards, who co-authored the Farm Practices Survey Report 2012 , said it outlined the adoption of key management practices, including in Western Australia's central; eastern; mallee/sandplain; and northern agro-ecological zones... Specific practices detailed in the GRDC Farm Practices Survey Report 2012 include: matching land use to land capabilities; reduced or no-tillage; stubble retention; crop rotation with pastures, oilseeds and pulses; controlled traffic and precision agriculture; nutrient budgeting and soil testing; use of soil conditioners; sowing dates; managing water use efficiency; and water budgeting... PHOTO CAPTION: The GRDC Farm Practices Survey Report 2012 shows the percentage of farm income from winter cereals has decreased in parts of WA, and Central Queensland, while showing an increase in other areas...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
GRDC Farm Practices Survey 2012 cover.. Related article: GRDC Farm Practices Survey 2008.. Keep browsing 0 Responses to GRDC Farm Practices Survey 2012..
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (North)
The crops should be well nodulated and highyielding and the residual nitrogen benefits should be effectively captured by the following crop or pasture... Research by Mike Hughes, NSW DPI Grafton, and colleagues during the 1980s established that a 2.6 t/ha crop fixed about 265 kg N/ha (Hughes and Herridge 1989)... Bug thresholds for edible soybeans are considerably lower than for crushing beans and range from 0.33-0.6/m 2depending on crop size* (no of seeds per plant), the threshold being higher in larger crops...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
The crops should be well nodulated and highyielding and the residual nitrogen benefits should be effectively captured by the following crop or pasture... Research by Mike Hughes, NSW DPI Grafton, and colleagues during the 1980s established that a 2.6 t/ha crop fixed about 265 kg N/ha (Hughes and Herridge 1989)... Bug thresholds for edible soybeans are considerably lower than for crushing beans and range from 0.33-0.6/m 2depending on crop size* (no of seeds per plant), the threshold being higher in larger crops...
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