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Image of the Harrington Seed Destructor.. De Bruin Engineering's Harrington Seed Destructor (HSD), designed and manufactured in Australia, has been recognised on the world stage, winning the 2015 Edison Award in the US in the 'Smart Agriculture' category... Key findings include: 69 per cent of surveyed growers use a combination of methods to pick the right time to sell, while 31 per cent take the price on offer; women are more willing to try new approaches (42 per cent of women versus 38 per cent of men) and they are also more likely to adjust practices in response to the market (64 per cent versus 60 per cent); and 69 per cent of growers say maximising production and quality is the most important profitability driver; 31 per cent say managing costs is most important...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Image of the Harrington Seed Destructor.. De Bruin Engineering's Harrington Seed Destructor (HSD), designed and manufactured in Australia, has been recognised on the world stage, winning the 2015 Edison Award in the US in the 'Smart Agriculture' category... Key findings include: 69 per cent of surveyed growers use a combination of methods to pick the right time to sell, while 31 per cent take the price on offer; women are more willing to try new approaches (42 per cent of women versus 38 per cent of men) and they are also more likely to adjust practices in response to the market (64 per cent versus 60 per cent); and 69 per cent of growers say maximising production and quality is the most important profitability driver; 31 per cent say managing costs is most important...
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Developing revolutionary farming systems aimed at boosting returns to livestock and cropping, and minimising the impact of drought and climate change while restoring a healthy landscape, is the goal of the new Future Farm Industries Cooperative Research Centre (FFI CRC)... The CRC will operate with $114 million in funding and resources: $34 million from the Australian Government and $80 million in cash and resources, such as facilities and staff, from industry supporters... CEO-designate Kevin Goss says these technologies are already well advanced in some areas, following work by the CRC for Plant-based Management of Dryland Salinity: "We're now taking that work a giant step further and turning it into a new approach to farming."..
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