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Richard Konzag using the Mouse Alert app.. Pest monitoring and management authorities warn that mice can cause damage to booting heads and maturing plants, so growers should keep a close eye on their crops as they develop grain... "In Victoria, mouse abundance is generally low across the Mallee and Wimmera regions, but growers should be vigilant as crops mature," said Dr Brown, who is involved in mouse-monitoring programs funded by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) in collaboration with Landcare Research New Zealand, CSIRO and the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries through the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre (IACRC)...
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Richard Konzag using the Mouse Alert app.. Pest monitoring and management authorities warn that mice can cause damage to booting heads and maturing plants, so growers should keep a close eye on their crops as they develop grain... "In Victoria, mouse abundance is generally low across the Mallee and Wimmera regions, but growers should be vigilant as crops mature," said Dr Brown, who is involved in mouse-monitoring programs funded by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) in collaboration with Landcare Research New Zealand, CSIRO and the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries through the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre (IACRC)...
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Merna brings a passion for agriculture to the Panel," he said. ".. New appointments to the panel include Victorian supply chain consultant John Crosbie, Naringaningalook (VIC) grower Peter Schwarz, Mallala (SA) grower Richard Konzag and Charles Sturt University lecturer and researcher Dr Chris Blanchard... Reappointments to the panel include Mr Shannon, SA grower and former plant breeder Professor Andrew Barr, Clare (SA) consultant Dr Allan Mayfield, CSIRO Plant Industry researcher Dr Mark Peoples and Parkes (NSW) consultant and farmer Andrew Rice...
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South Australian grain growers are being encouraged to remain vigilant for mice as their winter crops mature... Pest monitoring and management authorities warn that mice can cause damage to booting heads and maturing plants, so growers should keep a close eye on their crops as they develop grain... In South Australia, mouse abundance is generally low but growers on Yorke Peninsula in particular should be vigilant as crops mature and mouse damage can more readily be seen," said Dr Brown, who is involved in mouse-monitoring programs funded by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) in collaboration with Landcare Research New Zealand, CSIRO and the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries through the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre (IACRC)...
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South Australian grain growers are being encouraged to remain vigilant for mice as their winter crops mature... Pest monitoring and management authorities warn that mice can cause damage to booting heads and maturing plants, so growers should keep a close eye on their crops as they develop grain... In South Australia, mouse abundance is generally low but growers on Yorke Peninsula in particular should be vigilant as crops mature and mouse damage can more readily be seen," said Dr Brown, who is involved in mouse-monitoring programs funded by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) in collaboration with Landcare Research New Zealand, CSIRO and the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries through the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre (IACRC)...
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The positive sentiment was expressed to the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Board when it travelled through Tasmania last week, meeting with growers and researchers at a number of locations throughout the State... The visit to Tasmania provided Board members with an enhanced appreciation of the challenges and opportunities facing local growers and the work being undertaken by farming systems groups and research institutes to boost productivity... "That is why, as the Board of GRDC, it is important that we recognise constraints to increased production in this State and that we see funding being directed to appropriate research, development and extension programs, to provide Tasmanian producers with the information, products, and services they need to get ahead," Mr Perrett said...
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Wimmera town stands tall.. Image of silos featuring artist's painting.. The artwork by the side of the Henty Highway, 360 kilometres north of Melbourne, is an inspiring example of how a town all but forgotten in the history of disappearing rural communities has stood up to remind the world of its presence and its farming pride...
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Wimmera town stands tall.. Image of silos featuring artist's painting.. The artwork by the side of the Henty Highway, 360 kilometres north of Melbourne, is an inspiring example of how a town all but forgotten in the history of disappearing rural communities has stood up to remind the world of its presence and its farming pride...
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Merna Curnow reappointed to GRDC Southern Panel (South, 12 June 2008).. New appointments to the panel include Victorian supply chain consultant John Crosbie, Naringaningalook (VIC) grower Peter Schwarz, Mallala (SA) grower Richard Konzag and Charles Sturt University lecturer and researcher Dr Chris Blanchard... Reappointments to the panel include Mr Shannon, SA grower and former plant breeder Professor Andrew Barr, Clare (SA) consultant Dr Allan Mayfield, CSIRO Plant Industry researcher Dr Mark Peoples and Parkes (NSW) consultant and farmer Andrew Rice...
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