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The Victorian Minister for Agriculture and Food Security, Peter Walsh (left), and the Australian Minister for Agriculture, Barnaby Joyce, announce the bilateral research agreement between the GRDC and Victorian DEPI... Image of men signing an agreement.. The new agreement was announced jointly in late July by the Australian Minister for Agriculture, Barnaby Joyce, and the Victorian Minister for Agriculture and Food Security, Peter Walsh...
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The Victorian Minister for Agriculture and Food Security, Peter Walsh (left), and the Australian Minister for Agriculture, Barnaby Joyce, announce the bilateral research agreement between the GRDC and Victorian DEPI... Image of men signing an agreement.. The new agreement was announced jointly in late July by the Australian Minister for Agriculture, Barnaby Joyce, and the Victorian Minister for Agriculture and Food Security, Peter Walsh...
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" Date: 25.09.2014 $10.8m grains research 'shot in the arm' for NSW growers.. The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) has entered into an historic joint initiative with the NSW Department of Primary Industries to create 18 new research officer positions in key cropping locations... Pictured looking over trial plots at Trangie Agricultural Research Centre in NSW are GRDC Southern Regional Panel members Geoff McLeod (left), of Finley, NSW; Panel chair Keith Pengilley of Conara, Tasmania; NSW DPI officer Greg Brooke (centre); GRDC Program Manager for Plant Health Technologies, Jeevan Khurana; and Panel member Mark Stanley of Port Lincoln, SA...
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" Date: 25.09.2014 $10.8m grains research 'shot in the arm' for NSW growers.. The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) has entered into an historic joint initiative with the NSW Department of Primary Industries to create 18 new research officer positions in key cropping locations... Pictured looking over trial plots at Trangie Agricultural Research Centre in NSW are GRDC Southern Regional Panel members Geoff McLeod (left), of Finley, NSW; Panel chair Keith Pengilley of Conara, Tasmania; NSW DPI officer Greg Brooke (centre); GRDC Program Manager for Plant Health Technologies, Jeevan Khurana; and Panel member Mark Stanley of Port Lincoln, SA...
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" Date: 25.09.2014 $10.8m grains research 'shot in the arm' for NSW growers.. The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) has entered into an historic joint initiative with the NSW Department of Primary Industries to create 18 new research officer positions in key cropping locations... Pictured looking over trial plots at Trangie Agricultural Research Centre in NSW are GRDC Southern Regional Panel members Geoff McLeod (left), of Finley, NSW; Panel chair Keith Pengilley of Conara, Tasmania; NSW DPI officer Greg Brooke (centre); GRDC Program Manager for Plant Health Technologies, Jeevan Khurana; and Panel member Mark Stanley of Port Lincoln, SA...
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Bilateral agreements build research momentum.. Lifting the profitability and geographic range of pulses is becoming a major research priority for the GRDC and is a central component of the $60.5 million bilateral research agreement that we have recently signed with the Victorian Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI)... The five-year time frame provides sufficient security for our research partners to invest their own funds and resources in grains research, and this in-turn helps our industry retain experienced researchers and attract talented graduates into grains research...
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Bilateral agreements build research momentum.. Lifting the profitability and geographic range of pulses is becoming a major research priority for the GRDC and is a central component of the $60.5 million bilateral research agreement that we have recently signed with the Victorian Department of Environment and Primary Industries (DEPI)... The five-year time frame provides sufficient security for our research partners to invest their own funds and resources in grains research, and this in-turn helps our industry retain experienced researchers and attract talented graduates into grains research...
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Dr Thomas says a changing research, development and extension environment in Australia has been the catalyst for GRDC's increased focus on partnerships with commercial enterprises and overseas research entities... "As the ongoing decline in public sector funding and staff takes effect, there is no doubt that GRDC will need to keep looking for new ways to deliver the outcomes that Australian grain growers need to remain viable," said Dr Thomas... "My job now is to build on this platform, working within GRDC and with our partners to generate ground-breaking improvements for the future," said Dr Thomas...
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One of the big challenges for agricultural research in Australia, including grains research, development and extension, is to provide research programs with sufficient financial security to encourage new investment in research infrastructure, and for the training and retention of skilled scientists... The GRDC is addressing this through an exciting and innovative new level of research support that broadens our spread of research partners, facilitates new grains research investment and addresses that critical issue of nurturing the next generation of agricultural scientists... The objective is to maximise different research organisations' areas of specialisation and encourage new research partners and new investment in the technologies our industry needs...
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A MAJOR new program of frost research is scheduled to start in July, GRDC Winter Cereals Improvement Program Manager Ross Gilmour told farmers and researchers at Grains Week... Frost at flowering causes yield loss, and the risk offrost constrains planting opportunities because growers attempt to minimise the chance of such losses, Dr Gilmour said... Region National, North, South, West < Keep browsing 0 Responses to Focus on frost and other pre-harvest losses: risk of frost constrains planting opportunities..
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