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A new report outlines actions taken by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) in response to local priority issues identified by Western Australian grain growers... The GRDC's 2014-15 Regional Cropping Solutions Networks (RCSNs) Annual Report provides a summary of recent activities initiated by WA's five RCSNs, and an overview of the GRDC's investment planning process for grains research, development and extension (RD&E)... High priority issues identified in 2014-15 by WA RCSNs include profitable rotations; subsoil constraints; acidity; herbicide resistance; nematodes and soil-borne diseases; canola and the need for better agronomic packages for this crop; frost; non-wetting soils; management of seasonal and soil variability; and business management...
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A new report outlines actions taken by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) in response to local priority issues identified by Western Australian grain growers... The GRDC's 2014-15 Regional Cropping Solutions Networks (RCSNs) Annual Report provides a summary of recent activities initiated by WA's five RCSNs, and an overview of the GRDC's investment planning process for grains research, development and extension (RD&E)... High priority issues identified in 2014-15 by WA RCSNs include profitable rotations; subsoil constraints; acidity; herbicide resistance; nematodes and soil-borne diseases; canola and the need for better agronomic packages for this crop; frost; non-wetting soils; management of seasonal and soil variability; and business management...
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Grains Research Updates - have a say.. Growers, advisers, researchers and all other grains industry personnel in the southern cropping region are being offered a unique opportunity to have their say about the programs for next year's Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) grains research Updates in the southern region... The GRDC has issued an industry-wide call for suggestions on topics and speakers for the Updates in February 2016...
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Grains Research Updates - have a say.. Growers, advisers, researchers and all other grains industry personnel in the southern cropping region are being offered a unique opportunity to have their say about the programs for next year's Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) grains research Updates in the southern region... The GRDC has issued an industry-wide call for suggestions on topics and speakers for the Updates in February 2016...
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Growers are increasingly seeking expert, specialist agronomy advice and are willing to pay for this service... The GRDC updates held especially for advisers provide a forum for the latest research information in areas important to them... While demand for their services is strong, advisers also face their own challenges: burnout from long hours and travel; availability of suitably qualified staff; ability to source good quality information; increasing operating costs; and low profitability of grain growers...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
The Update Proceedings Booklet from the New South Wales session of the GRDC Grains Research Update for Advisers, held in Temora on 11-12 February 2014... GRDC Grains Research Update for Advisers (Temora, NSW) 2014 [excluding Industry Information].. Keep browsing 0 Responses to GRDC Grains Research Update for Advisers (Temora, NSW) 2014..
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The Services are to facilitate the operation of the three SA Research Advisory Committees (RACs) in the Southern Grains region and provide information to the GRDC on matters relevant to grains R&D in the region from their 'on the ground' perspective... The Personnel will act as a liason between the GRDC Southern Regional Panel, RAC Members and the South Australian Farmers' Federation... The scope of the services relates in particular to: - Provision of secretariat support including all aspects of.....
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Aeration trials reduce insects and deliver savings.. Trials hosted by the Mingenew Irwin Group (MIG) have demonstrated that aeration can reduce insect burdens by an average of 60 per cent in stored seed grain, and deliver cost savings of about $2 per tonne... The total calculated cost of storing grain in an aerated silo was $11.56/t, compared with costs estimated at $13.50/t for storing grain in non-aerated silos - including the cost of storage and fumigations to control insects, as well as seed losses, based on a seed cost of $300/t...
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Aeration trials reduce insects and deliver savings.. Trials hosted by the Mingenew Irwin Group (MIG) have demonstrated that aeration can reduce insect burdens by an average of 60 per cent in stored seed grain, and deliver cost savings of about $2 per tonne... The total calculated cost of storing grain in an aerated silo was $11.56/t, compared with costs estimated at $13.50/t for storing grain in non-aerated silos - including the cost of storage and fumigations to control insects, as well as seed losses, based on a seed cost of $300/t...
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The Victorian Minister for Agriculture and Food Security, Peter Walsh (left), and the Australian Minister for Agriculture, Barnaby Joyce, announce the bilateral research agreement between the GRDC and Victorian DEPI... Image of men signing an agreement.. The new agreement was announced jointly in late July by the Australian Minister for Agriculture, Barnaby Joyce, and the Victorian Minister for Agriculture and Food Security, Peter Walsh...
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