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We maintained the size of the operation and by the time we decided to move out of dairying in 2008, we had reached a point where we no longer believed that the dairy industry had anything further to offer us... Agronomic knowhow In our first season, I decided to use a well known and respected agronomist employed by a local fertiliser retailer... For irrigated crop production in the SC-MDB to be internationally competitive long term it is imperative that we have a combination of; From my actions, I obviously believe that irrigated grain production has a future, but if irrigators are looking to move into it (or continue in it) without taking at least some notice of a list of..
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
The collation of the information into a recently developed database has provided a summary of the 2005 and 2006 reports... Higher rate observed at site 1 is due to the soil having a higher soil carbon levels (1.2%) compare to site 2 (0.8%) and lower amounts of net immobilisation... When all stubble fractions are incorporated into the amount soil inorganic nitrogen immobilised can be up to 45 kg N/ha...
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Profarmer grains marketing consultant Ron Storey says growers should be ready for increasingly competitive pricing this year as farmers abroad look to deliver larger crops... There's been a big response by farmers around the world to last year's higher prices, so a lot more acres have gone in the ground," Mr Storey said when addressing a Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Farm Business Update at Bendigo, Victoria... Mr Storey said there are various issues that growers will need to be mindful of when bringing their harvests to market, and a number of ways they can manage those risks...
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Profarmer grains marketing consultant Ron Storey says growers should be ready for increasingly competitive pricing this year as farmers abroad look to deliver larger crops... There's been a big response by farmers around the world to last year's higher prices, so a lot more acres have gone in the ground," Mr Storey said when addressing a Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Farm Business Update at Bendigo, Victoria... Mr Storey said there are various issues that growers will need to be mindful of when bringing their harvests to market, and a number of ways they can manage those risks...
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Stripe rust management Prevention is generally best - Grains Research &amp; Development Corporation </title> <meta name="GRDC.Tags" value=""> <meta name="Keywords" value="Wheat, stripe rust, leaf disease, fungicides, yield, 0, Stripe rust management Prevention is generally best"> <meta name="Description" value=" Richard Daniel, Northern Grower Alliance (NGA) &bull; Early or preventative foliar sprays, applied from GS32 onwards on moderately susceptible varieties, have provided the best returns in northern trials over the last three years &bull; High grain prices and low fungicide costs mean breakeven yield benefits required are often only 1-2% &bull; Application can be the major cost of treatment &bull.. Fungicide recommendations for stripe rust management have been based on disease threshold levels on specific leaves... This was a sensible strategy given high fungicide costs, low grain prices and the need for higher levels of yield benefit to generate economic returns...
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