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Catalogue: GRDC Media
An agronomist known for his enthusiasm and willingness to step up to the 'next level' in the industry is the winner of the 2016 Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) western region Seed of Light award... "Over and above the agronomy services he provides for his clients, Garren has consistently demonstrated that he is willing to step up and become involved in extracurricular activities for the benefit of the broader grains industry in WA and Australia," Mr Roberts said... "Garren has also shown a willingness to employ young graduates to work alongside him at ConsultAg, helping to boost much needed industry capacity in the WA grains sector."..
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
An agronomist known for his enthusiasm and willingness to step up to the 'next level' in the industry is the winner of the 2016 Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) western region Seed of Light award... "Over and above the agronomy services he provides for his clients, Garren has consistently demonstrated that he is willing to step up and become involved in extracurricular activities for the benefit of the broader grains industry in WA and Australia," Mr Roberts said... "Garren has also shown a willingness to employ young graduates to work alongside him at ConsultAg, helping to boost much needed industry capacity in the WA grains sector."..
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
An agronomist known for his enthusiasm and willingness to step up to the 'next level' in the industry is the winner of the 2016 GRDC western region Seed of Light award... GRDC Western Panel chair Peter Roberts said that Mr Knell, based in Narrogin, Western Australia, had consistently demonstrated a willingness to become involved in extracurricular activities for the benefit of the broader grains industry in WA and Australia... "Garren has also shown a willingness to employ young graduates to work alongside him at ConsultAg, helping to boost much-needed industry capacity in the WA grains sector."..
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The authors endorse the recommendations of an earlier GRDC advice sheet, "Reducing economic losses from frost", produced in 2000... The leader of a major GRDC frost project based in the Climate Risk Management Unit at the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI), Melissa Rebbeck, says that while trials need to be repeated to gain more statistical significance, preliminary results are interesting... Ms Rebbeck says the drought year of 2002 knocked out the trials, and the dryer conditions of 2004 made it difficult to discern some data, but in 2003, the researchers found that clayed soil can raise the temperature of the wheat canopy by 2 C compared to wheat canopies on adjacent unclayed sites...
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