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Often working unseen by the industry at large, the work of pre-breeders is fundamental to the development of more resilient crops.. Breeding new varieties of wheat and barley costs money and time; typically, it takes 12 years before a new variety is released to the market... The material, via the University of Adelaide's barley breeding program, is part of a four-year national study to characterise the temperature associated with frost events and the level of frost-induced sterility experienced in wheat and barley in frost-prone regions of WA, South Australia and Queensland...
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Bencubbin grain grower Tony Sachse (left) is trialling lime incorporation with a Grizzly offset disc plough to help ameliorate subsoil acidity and aluminium toxicity, assisted by Precision SoilTech research officer Wes Lefroy... Bencubbin grain grower Tony Sachse is trialling aggressive tillage methods to fast-track the movement of lime into acidic and aluminium-toxic subsoils that make up parts of his 9700-hectare property... For most of the 40 years that he has run the family operation with wife Margo - and now son Ben - he has been topdressing lime at a rate of 1 to 1.5 tonnes/ha on these areas every summer...
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Bencubbin grain grower Tony Sachse (left) is trialling lime incorporation with a Grizzly offset disc plough to help ameliorate subsoil acidity and aluminium toxicity, assisted by Precision SoilTech research officer Wes Lefroy... Bencubbin grain grower Tony Sachse is trialling aggressive tillage methods to fast-track the movement of lime into acidic and aluminium-toxic subsoils that make up parts of his 9700-hectare property... For most of the 40 years that he has run the family operation with wife Margo - and now son Ben - he has been topdressing lime at a rate of 1 to 1.5 tonnes/ha on these areas every summer...
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