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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Many farmers have an excellent 'gut feel' when it comes to assessing risk and considering changes to enterprise mix... Knowing the information allows an informed discussion to take place about profit, the range in profit potential, and the type of contingency plans required to cope with the volatility... Bell chart showing distribution of enterprise profit by increasing lambs weaned for ewes joined in ‘poor’ years by 20% ($/ha)..
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Intuitively we would believe that cropping has greater risk and potentially greater returns compared to livestock enterprises... The analysis presented in this paper is focussed on part of the business risk (price, yield and costs)... Historically when we wanted to compared different options we would conduct analysis using average values, such as the average price of grain, the average expected yield and the average expected costs...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
The DNA test detects both Fusarium culmorum which can cause crown rot but is generally considered to be uncommon in northern NSW from previous studies and F.graminearum which is the main pathogen causing Fusarium head blight in winter cereals... In collaboration with I&I NSW District Agronomists, 132 focus paddocks were assessed around sowing in 2010 in twelve agronomy districts (10-12 paddocks/district) ranging from Dubbo in the south up to the Qld border in the north and west to Warren, Walgett and Mungindi... Distribution and potential importance of Pratylenchus neglectus in central and northern NSW Pratylenchus neglectus ( Pn ) was widespread being detected in 10 of the 12 agronomy districts but generally had a lower distribution within districts than Pt of between 10 to 75% of random paddocks...
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