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Catalogue: Nuffield Scholar Reports
The global recession has reduced northern hemisphere emissions to a greater level than what is legally required so there has been very little need for trades to occur... In the near future we may have a fish industry based in rural Australia operating in a similar way to the poultry industry, based on the premise that algae has unlocked the method of using cereal grains as a feedstock... A farmer may have 20 years of increase in soil carbon followed by 20 years of gradual decline despite using accepted best practises to retain soil carbon...
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Growth outlook to encourage investors.. Trade and investment were major topics for discussion at the Australian Grains Industry Conference (AGIC) in Melbourne at the end of July, attended by more than 1000 delegates.. Deputy CEO of ANZ Graham Hodges told the conference that prospects for stronger demand for Australian grain over the next five to 10 years provided a positive outlook for investment...
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Growth outlook to encourage investors.. Trade and investment were major topics for discussion at the Australian Grains Industry Conference (AGIC) in Melbourne at the end of July, attended by more than 1000 delegates.. Deputy CEO of ANZ Graham Hodges told the conference that prospects for stronger demand for Australian grain over the next five to 10 years provided a positive outlook for investment...
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Catalogue: Nuffield Scholar Reports
We need to show our customers just how professional we are at our job through programs such as I have mentioned as well as being seen as positive... The Education Solution The term is so broad that it is easy to generalize I suggest that if as farmers we don't use education for our own benefit our industry will fall behind... I am not providing the "magic bullet" for farmers as that is almost impossible to get a "one size fits all" system...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Grain marketing in a simplified way is a series of decisions starting from price discovery and strategy through sales and execution of the grain... The aim of the paper is to focus on the decision making process that is grain marketing, building some structures to help make those decisions and indentifying and explaining several key grain marketing concepts.. Rather than outlining specifics actions, tools and resources, general theory is outlined to help growers design their own 'pyramid' that suits their business...
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The Australian Grains Industry Conference (AGIC) GRDC Growers' Day on Monday 25 July will provide growers with the opportunity to access global and local experts on issues that affect productivity, profitability, risk management and business performance... The event at the Grand Hyatt Melbourne will also offer a chance to network with members of the grains trade who will be attending AGIC from 25 to 27 July... Innovation delivering value for growers - Dr Steve Jefferies, GRDC managing director, and Dr Michael Robertson, CSIRO agriculture science director; and..
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Leading the world in feeding the world: a look into the future for Australian grain "Research and development is critical for Australian growers to keep ahead of declining terms of trade by continuing to improve on farm productivity and profitability.".. Mr Harvey will articulate his vision for the Australian grains industry during the 'Leading the World in Feeding the World' roadshow presentations to be held in Adelaide, Perth and Brisbane. ".. In the short term, it is critical GRDC delivers value so that Australian growers know and implement the R&D successes of the past 20 years," Mr Harvey said. "..
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Safflower engineered by CSIRO produces levels of oleic acid that can replace some petrochemicals in the manufacture of plastics, paints, resins and many other industrial oils.. The oil was extracted from safflower plants specially engineered in Australia to replace non-renewable petrochemical feedstocks in the production of plastics, paints, lubricants and many more industrial oils and oleochemicals (chemicals derived from plant and animal fats)... "Our plant oils research team has shown that we can tailor safflower to produce extremely high levels of oleic acid in the seeds," Dr Green says...
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Safflower engineered by CSIRO produces levels of oleic acid that can replace some petrochemicals in the manufacture of plastics, paints, resins and many other industrial oils.. The oil was extracted from safflower plants specially engineered in Australia to replace non-renewable petrochemical feedstocks in the production of plastics, paints, lubricants and many more industrial oils and oleochemicals (chemicals derived from plant and animal fats)... "Our plant oils research team has shown that we can tailor safflower to produce extremely high levels of oleic acid in the seeds," Dr Green says...
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GrainGrowers says exports of these grains to China are growing on the back of an expanding Chinese alcoholic-beverage sector... The value of tariff removal represents about $12 million a year in 2013 trade terms, with the benefit being shared between Chinese consumers and the Australian grains industry... Australian wheat exports to China will remain subject to an out-of-quota tariff of 65 per cent, and within-quota tariff of one per cent...
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