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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
The Bureau of Meteorology has recently moved from a statistics-based to a physics -based (dynamical) model for its seasonal climate outlooks... The introduction by the Bureau of Meteorology of a new model in its three-month seasonal outlooks will provide grain growers with more reliable information to manage climate risk and guide their cropping activities, according to the Grains Research and Development Corporation... Multi-week forecasts, which are top of the list for the Managing Climate Variability (MCV) program, have come a step closer with the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) switching to dynamical, or physics-based, forecasting...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The project, by Southern Farming Systems (SFS), aims to help increase adoption of pasture and fodder-based practices to solve problems threatening the long-term viability of cropping-dominant systems in the HRZ... SFS consultant Simon Falkiner, of FalkinerAg, says the project, established in 2011, has helped growers overcome the challenges of working with a cropping system inherited from north of the Great Dividing Range... He says SFS and the GRDC have worked together for a long time and this project has also allowed Gorst Rural to work with the University of Melbourne's School of Engineering to develop a machine to take pasture and bury it in the soil profile...
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