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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
" Improved knowledge of crown rot pathogen biology and toxigenicity to safeguard market access of Australian wheat Project Code: GRS159 < Keep browsing..
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
The project was undertaken to build on the outcomes achieved through the development of the National Grains Industry Biosecurity Plan and ensure that the level of biosecurity preparedness of the Australian grains industry is raised... In the project, the priority areas addressed included: the development of a National Grains Surveillance Plan; the development of pest-specific contingency plans for high priority threats to the industry; and raising biosecurity awareness in the grains industry... The development of the National Grains Surveillance Plan identified mechanisms to assist with early detection of key pest threats and maintain market access for Australian grains...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Ballarat forum to promote uptake of grains research innovations.. "Steve's insights will be of enormous interest and value, and will set the scene for the two days of presentations from experts from across Australia who will deliver information and knowledge about the latest advances in grains research and development," Mr Pengilley said... Keynote speakers include Crop Circle Consulting director and agronomist Grant Thompson who will assess herbicide options for the control of wild radish; CSIRO researcher James Hunt and Southern Farming Systems researcher Annieka Paridaen who will delve into strategies and tactics to extend whole farm water use efficiency; and Rural Management Strategies consultant Rob Patterson who will look at the impact of brown manuring on financial and production risk management...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
A small word change to the World Trade Organization (WTO) regulations on International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures (ISPM) could signal important changes for Australia's grains industry... The plan will facilitate the collection of 'evidence of absence' surveillance data in a central repository to support ongoing trade access and to allow for its prompt access in the event of a suspected incursion... To assist in the collection of data that provides 'evidence of absence' and an early warning of new plant pests, PHA and the Office of the Chief Plant Protection Officer (OCPPO) have also developed a national web-based database called the National Plant Surveillance Reporting Tool (NPSRT)...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Maintaining market access - keeping it clean (Adelaide).. GIMAF continues to play an important role in coordinating industry efforts to maintain and improve market access for Australian grains in an impartial manner... Since establishment in 2011 GIMAF has actively pursued issues through the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), providing input on country to country free trade agreements and directly engaging with customer countries...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
For the purpose of the Act contaminated produce is defined as produce that contains a level of an agricultural chemical in excess of the Maximum Residue Limits (MRLs) set by either the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) or Food Standards Australia and New Zealand... DEPI recently issued a Contaminated Agricultural Produce Notice (CAPN) to a grower who was found to have sold canola contaminated with flutriafol, a fungicide applied as a foliar spray for in-furrow fertiliser treatment... It is illegal to provide advice that is false or misleading and likely to lead a person to: commit an offence under the Act, contaminate agricultural produce; or injuriously affect plants...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Biosecurity adds to grain profits.. A recent study estimating the benefit of Australia's biosecurity system to growers found that for grain growers, its main contribution is to keep markets open and to maintain relatively high prices for Australian grain... The report concluded that efforts to keep out weeds, pests and diseases such as Karnal bunt, Mexican feather grass and foot-and-mouth disease translated to $12,000 to $17,500 more profit each year, depending on the farm type...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Biosecurity adds to grain profits.. A recent study estimating the benefit of Australia's biosecurity system to growers found that for grain growers, its main contribution is to keep markets open and to maintain relatively high prices for Australian grain... The report concluded that efforts to keep out weeds, pests and diseases such as Karnal bunt, Mexican feather grass and foot-and-mouth disease translated to $12,000 to $17,500 more profit each year, depending on the farm type...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The seeds of Bill Murray's efforts to protect Australian grain during his 40-year career continue to provide golden returns to growers through ongoing pest control and market access.. The GRDC's Southern Panel chair, Keith Pengilley (left), presents the Seed of Gold award to Bill Murray during the Australian Grain Storage and Protection Conference in Melbourne in June... Mr Murray will continue to assist with the preparation of submissions for fumigants and grain protectants, helping to identify information and research gaps that need to be addressed to support the use of protectants and fumigants...
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