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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Col Douglas inspects mungbeans at Hermitage Research Station, Warwick.. New varieties coupled with increasing industry support and better management has led to substantial growth Australian mungbean production... "The more germplasm, genes and genetic tools we have at our disposal, the more able we are to deliver the outcomes needed to help the industry go from strength to strength," explains Col Douglas, plant breeder at Queensland DAF and leader of the National Mungbean Improvement Program, based at Queensland DAF's Hermitage Research Facility in Warwick...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Col Douglas inspects mungbeans at Hermitage Research Station, Warwick.. New varieties coupled with increasing industry support and better management has led to substantial growth Australian mungbean production... "The more germplasm, genes and genetic tools we have at our disposal, the more able we are to deliver the outcomes needed to help the industry go from strength to strength," explains Col Douglas, plant breeder at Queensland DAF and leader of the National Mungbean Improvement Program, based at Queensland DAF's Hermitage Research Facility in Warwick...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The GRDC-supported National Mungbean Improvement Program is making gains with new and better varieties.. In comparison to White Gold - the highest-yielding commercial variety - 45/52-21 has yielded, overall, two per cent higher, ranging from equal yield to four per cent better, depending on the region... Subjective and objective quality tests over three years have shown 3511-32 to have superior seed quality compared to other lines in the dull-seed-coat category...
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