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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Soil compaction workshops are being held in Geraldton and Bencubbin this month for growers interested in implementing a controlled traffic farming (CTF) system... WA researchers, agronomists and growers are also seeing crop yield responses of 0.5-1 tonne per hectare where CTF is being used in conjunction with deep ripping on compacted sands in parts of the central grainbelt... A range of CTF experts will address the Geraldton and Bencubbin Deeper Roots Workshops, including: Andrew Newall from NewAg Consulting in Horsham, who has extensive experience with clients developing a CTF system; DAFWA researchers; and a team of local consultants...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Soil compaction workshops are being held in Geraldton and Bencubbin this month for growers interested in implementing a controlled traffic farming (CTF) system... WA researchers, agronomists and growers are also seeing crop yield responses of 0.5-1 tonne per hectare where CTF is being used in conjunction with deep ripping on compacted sands in parts of the central grainbelt... A range of CTF experts will address the Geraldton and Bencubbin Deeper Roots Workshops, including: Andrew Newall from NewAg Consulting in Horsham, who has extensive experience with clients developing a CTF system; DAFWA researchers; and a team of local consultants...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Research presented at the conference in France showed that gene mapping studies in M. truncatula apply directly to related species such as chickpea and lucerne, plus more distant species such as soybean and peanut... Marker assisted selection is a short step away for economically significant Australian legumes such as lupin, lentil and chickpea... Professor Oliver"s new Australian Research Council project will use M. truncatula synteny to develop maps and define MAS tools for lupin, chickpea, lentil, faba bean and lucerne...
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