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GRDC spills the beans at AgQuip.. The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) invites growers for good coffee and grains conversation at its new centrally-located stand (K23C) at this year's AgQuip field days at Gunnedah, NSW. Sharon O'Keeffe, GRDC manager regional grower services - north will be on hand for the three-day event and will be joined by GRDC northern chair James Clark and panellists Will Martel, Keith Harris and Aaron Sanderson. ".. We welcome the opportunity to meet with growers to discuss local concerns and research needs in a relaxed atmosphere," Ms O'Keeffe said...
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GRDC invests in future of the Australian grains industry "A profitable and sustainable Australian grains industry, valued by the broader community.".. The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) and Agribusiness Association of Australia teamed to present a national road show articulating the GRDC's vision for the future of Australia's grains industry... GRDC Managing Director John Harvey was key presenter with Australian Trade Commission Chief Economist, Tim Harcourt, at industry events in Adelaide, Perth and Brisbane, concluding this week. "..
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Image of GRDC western region Seed of Light award winner Blakely Paynter, left, of DAFWA, receives his award from GRDC western regional panel chairman Peter Roberts.. Respected barley researcher Blakely Paynter is the 2015 Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) western region Seed of Light award winner... Mr Paynter was presented with the award - made annually to someone who makes a significant contribution to communicating the outcomes of grains research - today at Perth's Agribusiness Crop Updates, hosted by the GRDC and the Department of Agriculture and Food Western Australia (DAFWA) ...
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Grains industry training support for indigenous Australians Indigenous Australians keen to pursue a career in the grains industry are being offered a new form of support to help them realise their aspirations... GRDC Executive Manager Practices, Steve Thomas, said the GRDC had established the awards to foster the development of grains industry skills and opportunities within the indigenous population. ".. It is hoped that by providing these financial support mechanisms we can encourage more people of indigenous background, or of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, to consider and seek a role in the grains sector," Mr Thomas said. "..
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Grains industry training support for indigenous Australians Indigenous Australians keen to pursue a career in the grains industry are being offered a new form of support to help them realise their aspirations... GRDC Executive Manager Practices, Steve Thomas, said the GRDC had established the awards to foster the development of grains industry skills and opportunities within the indigenous population. ".. It is hoped that by providing these financial support mechanisms we can encourage more people of indigenous background, or of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, to consider and seek a role in the grains sector," Mr Thomas said. "..
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The capacity of grain bags varies with bag size, which generally ranges from 40 to 90 metres long, and anywhere from 100 to 300 tonnes depending on the type of grain and how much the bag is stretched during filling... Storing grain at higher moisture content in bags not only compromises grain quality but increases the risk of grain swelling and splitting the bag... Take the bait:Reduce mice numbers by setting up bait stations along the grain bags and keep an eye on creases in the bag as mice tend to attack there first...
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The capacity of grain bags varies with bag size, which generally ranges from 40 to 90 metres long, and anywhere from 100 to 300 tonnes depending on the type of grain and how much the bag is stretched during filling... Storing grain at higher moisture content in bags not only compromises grain quality but increases the risk of grain swelling and splitting the bag... Take the bait:Reduce mice numbers by setting up bait stations along the grain bags and keep an eye on creases in the bag as mice tend to attack there first...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
The capacity of grain bags varies with bag size, which generally ranges from 40 to 90 metres long, and anywhere from 100 to 300 tonnes depending on the type of grain and how much the bag is stretched during filling... Storing grain at higher moisture content in bags not only compromises grain quality but increases the risk of grain swelling and splitting the bag... Take the bait:Reduce mice numbers by setting up bait stations along the grain bags and keep an eye on creases in the bag as mice tend to attack there first...
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GRDC spills the beans at AgQuip.. The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) invites growers for good coffee and grains conversation at its new centrally-located stand (K23C) at this year's AgQuip field days at Gunnedah, NSW. Sharon O'Keeffe, GRDC manager regional grower services - north will be on hand for the three-day event and will be joined by GRDC northern chair James Clark and panellists Will Martel, Keith Harris and Aaron Sanderson. ".. Log in or register to leave a comment...
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GRDC Chair underlines importance of research investment.. "The Australian grains sector is a significant contributor to the national economy and to the sustainability of rural and regional communities," Mr Clark said... Mr Clark has spent the lead up to his official appointment meeting growers and industry representatives to talk about GRDC priorities for the future and plans to visit different grower regions over the next few months to build a clear picture of the R&D strategies that will deliver the best possible returns to the GRDC's primary stakeholders...
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