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India adds flavour to chickpea research recipe.. Pulse buyers in India say Australian chickpeas need to pass the 'puffing' test to gain wider appeal... India is Australia's largest market for chickpeas, and new research focusing on consumer preferences in that country has identified flavour and functionality as the major challenges for Australian pulse breeders and growers to address...
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Help eliminate grain defects in your chickpeas.. Downgrades due to grain defects in chickpeas can cost a grower between $50 and $80 per tonne... To ensure the continued success of chickpeas, growers and advisers need to know what environmental conditions contribute to these defects, and whether certain varieties are more susceptible than others...
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Help eliminate grain defects in your chickpeas.. Downgrades due to grain defects in chickpeas can cost a grower between $50 and $80 per tonne... To ensure the continued success of chickpeas, growers and advisers need to know what environmental conditions contribute to these defects, and whether certain varieties are more susceptible than others...
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Chickpea prices quicken pulse rate.. In one week alone some 13,500t, valued at $10 million, was received, and by mid-November the Dalby-based company had traded more chickpeas than it usually would across an entire season, Mr Jorgensen says... Mr Jorgensen says while untimely rain did cause some drop in the forecast crop, that did not diminish demand on his business - it increased as growers sought cleaning and sieving services for rain-damaged and dirty grain...
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Chickpea prices quicken pulse rate.. In one week alone some 13,500t, valued at $10 million, was received, and by mid-November the Dalby-based company had traded more chickpeas than it usually would across an entire season, Mr Jorgensen says... Mr Jorgensen says while untimely rain did cause some drop in the forecast crop, that did not diminish demand on his business - it increased as growers sought cleaning and sieving services for rain-damaged and dirty grain...
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"Once approved for commercial release, these future varieties of safflower may be grown in a wide range of regions, from South Australia through to southern Queensland," Dr Wood says... Dr Jody Higgins, GRDC senior manager of Commercial Grain Technologies, says market analysis indicates global demand for high-purity oleic acid oil could require more than 100,000 hectares of the new safflower varieties, which is comparable in size to Australia's cotton industry... "Crop biofactories have the potential to renewably produce a wide range of compounds that can replace many non-renewable petroleum-based industrial chemicals," Dr Green says...
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