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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (North)
GRDC values the contributions made by its research partners during the 2004 series of Grains Research Updates.. Overall, there were 50 comparisons, 45 showing a positive yield increase with fluid and 5 with no yield difference... Overall, there were 11 comparisons, with 4 yield decreases due to fluids and 7 with no yield differences...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
GRDC values the contributions made by its research partners during the 2004 series of Grains Research Updates.. Overall, there were 50 comparisons, 45 showing a positive yield increase with fluid and 5 with no yield difference... Overall, there were 11 comparisons, with 4 yield decreases due to fluids and 7 with no yield differences...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Crop disease management in water limited environments A feature of cropping enterprises in the water limited environments of the northern and central agricultural regions of WA is the intensive cereal rotations used to maintain profitability and manage weeds... The project will develop disease management recommendations for intensive cereal rotations to enable growers to minimise the impact of foliar and root diseases on cereal yields... Maintaining market access Changes to the World Trade Organisation legislation now require that countries participating in international trade, such as Australia, must prove that specific grain pests and diseases exotic to importing countries are known not to occur in the exporting country...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Crop disease management in water limited environments A feature of cropping enterprises in the water limited environments of the northern and central agricultural regions of WA is the intensive cereal rotations used to maintain profitability and manage weeds... The project will develop disease management recommendations for intensive cereal rotations to enable growers to minimise the impact of foliar and root diseases on cereal yields... Maintaining market access Changes to the World Trade Organisation legislation now require that countries participating in international trade, such as Australia, must prove that specific grain pests and diseases exotic to importing countries are known not to occur in the exporting country...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
The project was designed to increase understanding about adoption of lucerne and develop an extension framework to improve adoption... In WA, lucerne will not be widely adopted - as the relative advantage is not sufficiently high enough for most growers to change their current system... Previous projects indicated that lucerne was a well established perennial throughout NSW mainly for production reasons...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Pulse and oilseed diseases which cost growers in the southern cropping region tens of millions of dollars every year are being tackled head-on through a suite of research programs being funded by the Grain Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)... The GRDC is taking a three-pronged approach to disease prevention and management by: developing oilseed and pulse varieties with greater resistance to foliar fungal diseases; keeping abreast of fungal disease dynamics; and developing and extending management packages to control foliar fungal diseases on-farm and prolong the useful life of Australia's fungicide options... Variety resistance is the most sustainable way to manage fungal diseases - a principle that guides the GRDC's ongoing and substantial commitment to finding new genes that confer disease resistance to Australian crop varieties...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
To maximise grain yield, quality and profitability of new pulse varieties and minimise production risks, field based research is required to determine best management practice requirements (e.g. optimum sowing time, fungicide regimes etc.)... The project has demonstrated that targeted agronomic research data aimed at delivering best practice management strategies for new pulse varieties can increase profitability and minimise production risk, when delivered through VMPs and other extension activities such as field days... The major aim of this project was to deliver targeted agronomic research data for pulses, through field trials, that could be synthesised into variety specific management packages (VMP) for the south-eastern Australian cropping region...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Pulse and oilseed diseases which cost growers in the southern cropping region tens of millions of dollars every year are being tackled head-on through a suite of research programs being funded by the Grain Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)... The GRDC is taking a three-pronged approach to disease prevention and management by: developing oilseed and pulse varieties with greater resistance to foliar fungal diseases; keeping abreast of fungal disease dynamics; and developing and extending management packages to control foliar fungal diseases on-farm and prolong the useful life of Australia's fungicide options... Variety resistance is the most sustainable way to manage fungal diseases - a principle that guides the GRDC's ongoing and substantial commitment to finding new genes that confer disease resistance to Australian crop varieties...
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