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Indian biotech develops GM crops.. A series of GM varieties of wheat and rice are under development by Indian plant breeding company Mahyco (the Maharashtra Hybrid Seed Company) in which the US-based Monsanto holds a 26-per-cent stake... The newspaper stated that Mahyco was developing GM wheat and rice with traits that lift yields and build in increased drought, salinity and pest tolerance...
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Three men with farming machinery (From left) For Jamie, George and Hugh Leishman, a novel fertiliser coating from Thailand might help to lift productivity in their cropping program at Streatham in Victoria's western district, and provide the basis for an off-farm business venture that offers a possible solution to the age-old problem of succession planning... George commissioned trials to test whether a novel fertiliser coating from Asia could lift yields in wheat and barley at Southern Farming Systems' (SFS) Westmere site, about 10km from where he farms 1300 hectares with his father Jamie and brother Hugh... George's keen interest in the coating was encouraged by other research around the world that shows making urea a slow-release fertiliser can reduce nitrogen losses to the environment and improve the efficiency of plant nutrient uptake...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
The area sown to cereals in the high rainfall zones across Australia continues to expand... The high rainfall zone has a more reliable rainfall and a longer growing season resulting in substantially higher yields than the traditional wheat belt and this results in more cropping opportunities... A series of GM varieties of wheat and rice are under development by Indian plant breeding company Mahyco (the Maharashtra Hybrid Seed Company) in which the US-based Monsanto holds a 26-per-cent stake...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
A 2014 Grains and Legumes Consumption study has highlighted that most young Australian men are not eating enough high-quality grains and may be missing out on essential nutrients required for energy, health and vitality as a consequence... The finding suggests that young men have the greatest room for improvement when it comes to choosing high-quality carbohydrate foods such as grain foods this demographic is often overlooked when it comes to health messages... The Grains and Legumes Nutrition Council (GLNC) study further showed that only 10 per cent of young males are meeting the recommendation to consume grain foods three to four times per day, with at least half of these servings containing wholegrain or high-fibre grain foods...
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A 2014 Grains and Legumes Consumption study has highlighted that most young Australian men are not eating enough high-quality grains and may be missing out on essential nutrients required for energy, health and vitality as a consequence... The finding suggests that young men have the greatest room for improvement when it comes to choosing high-quality carbohydrate foods such as grain foods this demographic is often overlooked when it comes to health messages... The Grains and Legumes Nutrition Council (GLNC) study further showed that only 10 per cent of young males are meeting the recommendation to consume grain foods three to four times per day, with at least half of these servings containing wholegrain or high-fibre grain foods...
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Catalogue: NVT Online Papers
This section of the Manual relating to Barley has been produced following the annual review by GTA of Standards... Grain exporters must be aware of MRLs of importing countries and which countries accept Codex MRLs... At the conclusion of the test, record the time in seconds...
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