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The 2016 International Year of Pulses (IYP 2016) will spearhead a worldwide effort to lift pulse production, consumption and market access - and the billion-dollar Australian industry is hoping to be a major beneficiary... The United Nations (UN) declared 2016 the 'International Year of Pulses' following a campaign mounted by the international pulse community under the Global Pulse Confederation (GPC) (formerly CICILS IPTIC)... Organisers say IYP 2016 is a tremendous opportunity to give pulses "the attention they deserve" - a reference to the previous global spotlight given to now high-profile crops such as quinoa...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The 2016 International Year of Pulses (IYP 2016) will spearhead a worldwide effort to lift pulse production, consumption and market access - and the billion-dollar Australian industry is hoping to be a major beneficiary... The United Nations (UN) declared 2016 the 'International Year of Pulses' following a campaign mounted by the international pulse community under the Global Pulse Confederation (GPC) (formerly CICILS IPTIC)... Organisers say IYP 2016 is a tremendous opportunity to give pulses "the attention they deserve" - a reference to the previous global spotlight given to now high-profile crops such as quinoa...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The International Year of Pulses aims to show why pulses, such as lentils, are good medicine... In December 2013, the United Nations (UN) declared 2016 as the International Year of Pulses (IYOP)... The Steering Committee will actively engage and invite members of the Australian pulse community, including researchers, food industry organisations, growers, government and other industry organisations, to provide input into the planning and implementation to ensure the overall program represents the interests of the entire Australian pulse community...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The International Year of Pulses aims to show why pulses, such as lentils, are good medicine... In December 2013, the United Nations (UN) declared 2016 as the International Year of Pulses (IYOP)... The Steering Committee will actively engage and invite members of the Australian pulse community, including researchers, food industry organisations, growers, government and other industry organisations, to provide input into the planning and implementation to ensure the overall program represents the interests of the entire Australian pulse community...
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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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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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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 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 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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