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Practical experience guides no-till evolution.. The 20 percent of graingrowers who produce up to 80 percent of WA"s wheat crop are now said to be using no-till systems, like Wagin grower Murray Gmeiner... Murray and his partner Linda, for example, still maintain a pasture rotation - evident by the incongruous sight of dung beetles busy in a mix of sheep droppings and decaying stubble from which this year"s wheat crop is emerging. "..
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Dr Dmitri Rylko explains production lifts in the Russia-Black Sea region... If crops develop sufficiently before the dormant period and there is no delay in the snow thaw, growers can sometimes squeeze in two crops - wheat followed by sorghum or sunflowers - in the same 12-month cycle... Similar to the trend in Australia, he said more grain was also being segregated and stored on-farm to give growers the ability to respond quickly to specific buyer needs...
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Grain booming in the former USSR.. Dr Dmitri Rylko explains production lifts in the Russia-Black Sea region... Similar to the trend in Australia, he said more grain was also being segregated and stored on-farm to give growers the ability to respond quickly to specific buyer needs...
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