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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
The possibility of charging EPRs provides a direct commercial incentive to encourage breeding companies to continue breeding new varieties that meet the needs of growers... These two main collection systems are: Automatic deduction of EPRs by grain traders buying from a grower; or Royalty managers directly invoicing growers for EPRs... When making decisions on new varieties, growers are encouraged not just to consider the level of EPR they are likely to pay but the performance of the variety after consulting the National Variety Trials (NVT) website, local trials, agronomic advice and marketing opportunities...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Across rural Australia, farm biosecurity signs are becoming a common sight as thousands of grain growers take the first steps to introduce preventive biosecurity practices... The signs demonstrate a landholder's intent and commitment to farm biosecurity as well as alerting visitors of the need to consider the impact their visit could have on the farm business... Signs at entrances request that visitors contact the owner or farm manager to formally register their presence before entering the property...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Across rural Australia, farm biosecurity signs are becoming a common sight as thousands of grain growers take the first steps to introduce preventive biosecurity practices... The signs demonstrate a landholder's intent and commitment to farm biosecurity as well as alerting visitors of the need to consider the impact their visit could have on the farm business... Signs at entrances request that visitors contact the owner or farm manager to formally register their presence before entering the property...
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
Do not open this bag unless and until you first read and accept all the terms and conditions set out in (a) the Conditions of Sale and Use below and (b) the Industry Standard PBR Licyence Agreement Terms and Conditions... If, before you open this bag, you do not accept either or both of these, then you must immediately return this product, unopened and in its original condition, to the place thapt you bought it, together with proof of purchase, in order to obtain a refund... 2 you will pay any end point royalties applicable to the seed variety contained in this bag as set out in schedule 2 of the..
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Farm biosecurity is a set of measures designed to minimise the risk and protect a property from the entry and spread of unwanted pests (weeds, insects, pathogens and other crop-damaging organisms)... Whilst a farm cannot be barricaded from all pest risks, adopting and ensuring compliance to a few routine best practice procedures can greatly reduce on-farm biosecurity risks safeguarding all involved in agronomic consultancies, field research and field day events... Field days may involve the movement of large numbers of people within production areas and the risk of introducing or spreading new pests within a district should be considered by anyone running this type of event...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The middlemen in the EPR debate, the seed companies, say they are well aware of growers" concerns about how much of the royalty actually ends up in breeding programs for varietal improvement... Steve Amery, national customer service manager for seed company PlantTech, one of Australia"s largest field crop and pasture seed companies, says the company"s role in collecting royalties on behalf of variety owners, exposes it to the needs, and perspectives of growers... PlantTech collects EPRs on behalf of a number of variety owners, receiving a small administration fee for this work...
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Catalogue: NVT Online Papers
BeAnS Variety State of origin Year of Commercial partner/ Royalty Maximum quality Comments registration licensee Farah SA 2003 Heritage Seeds EPR $3.00 Fie grade 1 Tested as 483/3 Fiesta VF SA 1998 Heritage Seeds No PBR or royalty Fie grade 1 Nura SA 2005 Seednet EPR $3.30 Fie grade 1 PBA Kareema SA 2009 PGG Wrightson EPR $4.00 Broad bean PBA Rana SA 2011 Seednet EPR $3.85 New category Tested as 974*(611*974)/15-1 PBA Samira SA 2014 Seednet EPR $3.50 Fie grade 1 Tested as AF05069 All the varieties listed above are PBR varieties or have 'commercial marketing arrangements' and seed of these varieties cannot be sold, traded or given away, nor can it be 'traded over the fence' without the authorisation of the owners or licensee... In shorter growing seasons, PBA Monarch may have larger and more consistent seed size than other medium sized varieties due to its earlier pod filling timing... Genesis Kalkee has the largest seed size of all commercial kabuli types and is more able to meet the size requirements of premium high valued markets...
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