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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
The Central Queensland (CQ) region, including the Central Highlands and Dawson/Callide subregions, is home to some 400 grain growers... The CQ production environment is characterised by a summer dominant extremely variable and often marginal rainfall... In response to the complex, flexible and risky CQ production environment, grain growers have developed a highly opportunistic production system that is based on maximizing the use of rainfall...
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Catalogue: GRDC 2014 Research Summaries
The project is aimed at evaluating the distribution and economic importance of weeds to Australian grain growers across a range of regions, crops and weed types... The project will consider the range of practices used for weed management and the interaction between weed management challenges and grower use of practices such as no-till and stubble retention systems... In providing the foundational data on grower practice on the economic impact of weed management in no-till farming, repeating this study will provide credibility and accuracy informing the weed impact study which GRDC has indicated will be a foundational measure of organisational performance in Theme 3 Protecting Your Crop...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
The Central Queensland (CQ) region, including the Central Highlands and Dawson/Callide subregions, is home to some 400 grain growers... The CQ production environment is characterised by a summer dominant extremely variable and often marginal rainfall... It has long been recognized that introduction of legumes and ley phases into cropping sequences are an important means by which long-term improvements in soil fertility can be achieved in CQ...
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