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" Over The Fence South: finger on the pulse with faba beans 15 January 2013 Faba beans are growing in popularity as a southern break crop, but the key to capitalising on high market prices is attention to detail during the growing season, according to Shepparton farmer David Cook... Technology to reduce spray drift GCTV: Drift Reducing Technology..
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
Mention of a trade name or company in this publication does not imply endorsement of any product or company by the Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia... Overall, 8-10 lines from Stage 3 entries are likely to be selected for Stage 4 trials in 2010/2011... Overall, 60-70 per cent of flour is used in traditional flat breads, 20-25 per cent of flour is used in western style breads and 5-10 per cent is used in cakes and biscuits...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
P4/S9 and P2/S4 were the two most profitable sequences and, overall, the 'maximum profit - P4' philosophy had the highest mean gross margin... It is logical that those growers that have chosen to have no livestock will have no interest in trialling grazing crops... Overall, the data has indicated that for the biserrula inoculant all of the carrier's have difficulties in carrying enough live rhizobia numbers to adequately nodulate the legume hosts after 3-4 months of dry, hot soil...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
" Agribusiness Crop Updates 2006 Table 1... Overall, the plots that had flutriafol applied also gave the greatest grain yield than the plots that had no fungicide at seeding... Roots growing into drying soil would similarly experience an Crop Updates is a partnership between the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia and the Grains Research & Development Corporation 109..
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Photo of Cameron Weeks talking to farmers at a field day.. The basic principles of yield forecasting are: understanding stored plant-available water at a given point in time; "likely" rain to come (eg, historical rainfall records and rainfall outlooks); and, "reading" the crop to understand what other factors apart from water may be limiting yield (for example plant density, tillers, weeds, disease, etc)... But for the farmer who wishes to better quantify target yields and look at other factors that may affect crop input decisions, then APSIM (as a subscriber to Yield Prophet) or PYCAL (available from Meredith Fairbanks, mfairbanks@agric.wa.gov.au ) may be of assistance...
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