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The Technical Resource Manual for Farm Fire Recovery was developed by the SA Research and Development Institute in response to the Lower Eyre Peninsula 'Black Tuesday' fire in January 2005... Information is provided on the key management issues that growers will need to address to return paddocks to full production... NSW Minister for Primary Industries, Land and Water Niall Blair said this year's finalists were all great examples of women making outstanding contributions to their regional communities: "I congratulate Fiona Mead, Aimee Snowden and Hannah Wandel, who were selected from an exceptional field of nominees and are all leaders and role models for regional NSW."..
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Women from all sectors of agriculture in South Australia attended the Towards Sustainability Workshop hosted by the Yacka Moorundie Landcare Group at Clare in June... In June, 16 rural women stepped out of the office and away from the farm for a Towards Sustainability Workshop hosted by the Yacka Moorundie Landcare Group at Clare, in the mid-north of South Australia... Image of a group of women at a workshop (From left) Mary-Anne Schwarz from Waterloo, workshop presenter Catherine Marriott, Louise McIntosh from Keith, presenter Julia Telford, and Ruth Sommerville, from Spalding, at the Towards Sustainability Workshop in Clare, South Australia, in June...
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Women from all sectors of agriculture in South Australia attended the Towards Sustainability Workshop hosted by the Yacka Moorundie Landcare Group at Clare in June... In June, 16 rural women stepped out of the office and away from the farm for a Towards Sustainability Workshop hosted by the Yacka Moorundie Landcare Group at Clare, in the mid-north of South Australia... Image of a group of women at a workshop (From left) Mary-Anne Schwarz from Waterloo, workshop presenter Catherine Marriott, Louise McIntosh from Keith, presenter Julia Telford, and Ruth Sommerville, from Spalding, at the Towards Sustainability Workshop in Clare, South Australia, in June...
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Ten recipients of the horizon scholarship announced.. Developed to help address the shortage of trained professionals entering primary industries and designed to promote the diverse career pathways that agriculture offers, the Horizon Scholarship attracts Australia's best and brightest young tertiary students... The students are studying for degrees such as agricultural science and animal and rural sciences at universities across the country, and all are committed to a career in primary industries after their studies...
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" Date: 01.06.2007 Grower groups - Celebrating 10 years of community R&D miga.. Growers in Western Australia's northern wheatbelt gathered earlier this year to celebrate a decade of local cropping research by the Mingenew-Irwin Group (MIG)... The group now employs three full-time and two part-time officers, as well as two consultants...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Winner of 2014 Eureka Prize for Sustainable Agriculture announced.. The Water Use Efficiency team has discovered a few deceivingly simple changes in farming practice that can make staggering differences to water-yield efficiencies... On farms across Victoria, NSW and WA, grains farmers are seeing the light, sometimes after initial reluctance, and are adjusting time-honoured practices to switch to the new Water Use Efficiency principles...
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Prue Adams conducts an interview, with cameraman and recording equipment in frame... An ABC Landline television program about the Grains Research and Development Corporation's Soil Biology Initiative has been recognised internationally... The judges said Prue's report had a strong focus on science and technology, which was "an important aspect of feeding the world"...
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Prue Adams conducts an interview, with cameraman and recording equipment in frame... An ABC Landline television program about the Grains Research and Development Corporation's Soil Biology Initiative has been recognised internationally... The judges said Prue's report had a strong focus on science and technology, which was "an important aspect of feeding the world"...
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Ros Reen and Professor John Thompson from USQ's Centre for Crop Health are working on an international project to extract genes from wild relatives of chickpeas which have been collected in Turkey... The University of Southern Queensland (USQ) has taken delivery of two 'wild relatives' of chickpea from Turkey for its Centre for Crop Health (CCH) to search for ancient genes with resistance to root lesion nematodes ( Pratylenchus thornei and P. neglectus )... The wild relatives being investigated at USQ are ancestors of the chickpea ( Cicer arietinum ), which has been cultivated for more than 7000 years...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
" Grains Industry Research Scholarship - Federico Ribelta (UWA) Improving sustainable agriculture by doubled haploid (DH) technique in legumes - a holistic approach Project Code: GRS165 < Keep browsing..
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