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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Optimising canola profitability through new understandings.. Leader of the South Australian component, Port Lincoln-based Andrew Ware of the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI), says despite the success of canola in Australian cropping systems, significant gaps remain in the underlying knowledge of canola physiology and agronomy... "Although growers recognise the high profit potential and the farming system benefits of canola, there remains a perceived risk of growing canola largely due to the high level of inputs required, such as seed, nitrogen fertiliser, sulphur fertiliser and windrowing," Mr Ware said...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Optimising canola profitability through new understandings.. Leader of the South Australian component, Port Lincoln-based Andrew Ware of the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI), says despite the success of canola in Australian cropping systems, significant gaps remain in the underlying knowledge of canola physiology and agronomy... "Although growers recognise the high profit potential and the farming system benefits of canola, there remains a perceived risk of growing canola largely due to the high level of inputs required, such as seed, nitrogen fertiliser, sulphur fertiliser and windrowing," Mr Ware said...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Growers throughout the north have embraced canola as a valuable break crop and oilseed commodity, but the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) is aiming to show growers how further opportunity exists to optimise production and profitability... The five-year GRDC project, launched in 2014 aims to provide growers with a better understanding of the drivers behind canola's development to help improve management of the crop and variety selection... Growers and advisers will be able to use information generated from the project to help select a suite of varieties that are suited to sowing opportunities that most often occur in their district and also to exploit early or delayed sowing opportunities as the seasons dictate...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Growers throughout the north have embraced canola as a valuable break crop and oilseed commodity, but the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) is aiming to show growers how further opportunity exists to optimise production and profitability... The five-year GRDC project, launched in 2014 aims to provide growers with a better understanding of the drivers behind canola's development to help improve management of the crop and variety selection... Growers and advisers will be able to use information generated from the project to help select a suite of varieties that are suited to sowing opportunities that most often occur in their district and also to exploit early or delayed sowing opportunities as the seasons dictate...
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Catalogue: GRDC YouTube channel
" GCTV Extension Files: Wheat Varieties 2014 - NSW 02 April 2014 New South Wales cereal specialist Peter Matthews comments on wheat varieties being sown this season in the east... Last year crown rot 29.199: was a big issue so growers need to look at their wheat varieties look at their farming 33.53: systems and their paddocks and decide is it going to be important and look to chose a 37.499: variety that will be able to tolerate crown rot, will give them the highest yield possible 42.309: in the presence of crown rot... Now one variety, Sunguard it has been around for a number 46.359: of years has one of the highest ratings in terms of crown rot tolerance so it is an option 51.249: for growers to grow a specific variety or chose a variety that has some tolerance to 55.499: something like crown rot...
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Catalogue: GRDC YouTube channel
" GCTV13: Wheat Varieties 2014 02 April 2014 Sowing choices are critical which is why the National Variety Trials data is a must see resource for grain growers... For the 2014 sowing season NVT and state department sowing guides are available to help growers make informed varietal selections... Last year crown rot 47.84: was a big issue so growers need to look at their wheat varieties look at their farming 52.17: systems and their paddocks and decide is it going to be important and look to chose a 56.14: variety that will be able to tolerate crown rot, will give them the highest yield possible 60.969: in the presence of crown rot...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
The malt must meet the brewer's set of specifications in terms of its quality performance in the brewhouse; as with the maltster, the brewer is chasing yield and when the brewer buys 100 tonnes of malt he wants to make as many hectolitres of beer as possible... Many brewers operate in highly sophisticated, computerised production factories and require malt of consistent supply, reliable performance and quality, and malt that the brewer is comfortable using. Many breweries make beer in batch sizes of hundreds of hectolitres using significant amounts of raw ingredient, and it is vital to the business (as in any business) that the product is made successfully... Depending on the brew being made, the brewer will issue a list of specifications to the maltster detailing quality parameter requirements like fermentability, total nitrogen (aka protein in barley), diastatic power, Kolbach, wort viscosity, wort colour etc...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Australian soybeans come of age.. The GRDC-funded Australian Soybean Breeding Program has developed varieties with yield improvements of 20 to 25 per cent.. Sowing rates, plant population, optimum sowing time for specific varieties, choice of variety for different rotations (for example, early-sown quick-finishing ones for rotations where another crop is planned as soon as soybean is harvested) and weed and pest control strategies are part of the investigation, specific to individual newly released varieties...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Australian soybeans come of age.. The GRDC-funded Australian Soybean Breeding Program has developed varieties with yield improvements of 20 to 25 per cent.. Sowing rates, plant population, optimum sowing time for specific varieties, choice of variety for different rotations (for example, early-sown quick-finishing ones for rotations where another crop is planned as soon as soybean is harvested) and weed and pest control strategies are part of the investigation, specific to individual newly released varieties...
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