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Catalogue: GRDC Media
GRDC strengthens its presence in NSW.. The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) will honour a pledge to strengthen its regional ties today when it opens the doors of its new Dubbo office and hosts a GRDC board member-tour to meet with central NSW growers and visit leading research facilities... GRDC northern panel chairman James Clark said the day's activities represented a milestone for GRDC in its drive to better service the research needs and priorities of local growers through targeted regional investment in extension activities and medium term (3-8 year timeframe) research projects in agronomy, weeds, nutrition, diseases, soils, farming systems and pests...
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Catalogue: GRDC YouTube channel
" Panel Profile: Shauna Stone (Western Regional Panel) 07 May 2014 Talking with growers about their research needs and then watching projects become a reality has been one of the most rewarding aspects of membership of the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) western regional panel for Shauna Stone... Technology to reduce spray drift GCTV: Drift Reducing Technology..
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Growers converge on Jondaryan for GRDC Update.. The Update attracted more than 170 growers and industry representatives from across the Darling Downs, making it one of the largest one-day GRDC Updates ever hosted in Queensland... Macalister grain grower and GRDC northern panel member Rob Taylor, Curraweena, said the Updates provided an ideal forum for direct interaction between growers, agronomists and researchers to foster an understanding of current research programs, on-going research needs and `in the paddock' experiences...
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Growers converge on Jondaryan for GRDC Update.. The Update attracted more than 170 growers and industry representatives from across the Darling Downs, making it one of the largest one-day GRDC Updates ever hosted in Queensland... Macalister grain grower and GRDC northern panel member Rob Taylor, Curraweena, said the Updates provided an ideal forum for direct interaction between growers, agronomists and researchers to foster an understanding of current research programs, on-going research needs and `in the paddock' experiences...
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GRDC western regional panel chairman Peter Roberts said the GRDC would host a new stand-alone, interactive display at these key events on the Western Australian farming calendar... Mr Roberts said a range of information sources and decision support tools would be available including multimedia and conventional paper-based information resources, and decision support apps for use on smart phones... "The GRDC will also partner with Curtin University to deliver information about a key new GRDC investment - the $100 million Centre for Crop and Disease Management (CCDM), based at the university," he said...
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The Armatree Update will be held on Tuesday April 5 at the Armatree Hotel starting with a 7:30am breakfast followed by an 8:00am-10:30am meeting... The Coonabarabran Update will be held on Thursday April 7 at the Coonabarabran Golf Club starting with a 7:30am breakfast followed by an 8:00am-10:30am meeting... The final Update will be held at Wellington on Friday April 8 at Put the Kettle on Caf ,133 Lee Street, starting with a 7:30am breakfast followed by an 8:00am-10:30am meeting...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
The Armatree Update will be held on Tuesday April 5 at the Armatree Hotel starting with a 7:30am breakfast followed by an 8:00am-10:30am meeting... The Coonabarabran Update will be held on Thursday April 7 at the Coonabarabran Golf Club starting with a 7:30am breakfast followed by an 8:00am-10:30am meeting... The final Update will be held at Wellington on Friday April 8 at Put the Kettle on Caf ,133 Lee Street, starting with a 7:30am breakfast followed by an 8:00am-10:30am meeting...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
New structure to give agribusiness a say in R&D The GRDC has set up national and regional reference groups to strengthen its relationship with agribusiness as part of its broadening embrace of the grains sector's value chain and its research needs... As well as discussing emerging issues, the groups will have strategic input through development of the Grains Agribusiness Research, Development and Extension Priorities paper, which will articulate research needs identified by agribusiness in its dealings with growers... More information: Ingrid Roth, 0428 195 485, email ; www.grdc.com.au/narg < Keep browsing 0 Responses to New structure to give agribusiness a say in R&D..
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GRDC western regional panel chairman Peter Roberts said the GRDC would host a new stand-alone, interactive display at these key events on the Western Australian farming calendar... Mr Roberts said a range of information sources and decision support tools would be available including multimedia and conventional paper-based information resources, and decision support apps for use on smart phones... "The GRDC will also partner with Curtin University to deliver information about a key new GRDC investment - the $100 million Centre for Crop and Disease Management (CCDM), based at the university," he said...
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