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The day will begin with a presentation by Steve Powell from Market Check on developing marketing plans geared to irrigated crops," Mr Shannon said. ".. Hanwen Wu from DPI NSW will provide some insights into the increasing problem of windmill grass and fleabane weed, and Geoff Raymond from Nufarm will look at the herbicide options available for control of these weeds," Mr Shannon said. ".. Other topics will include the pros and cons of growing cotton in southern NSW, forage brassicas as a new irrigated grazing option, pasture renovation, and a flour miller's perspective on milling wheats." Mr Shannon encouraged local grain growers to set aside the day to attend the Update which is supported by the Irrigated Cropping Council. "..
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Hot crop topics on the agenda at Forbes forum Key points: Grain growers throughout Central West New South Wales will gather in Forbes later this month to discuss regional agronomic issues and to equip themselves for the remainder of the crop growing season and the coming harvest... The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC), supported by Central West Farming Systems, is hosting a research Update for growers on July 26 at the Forbes Services Memorial Club... Grain growers in the Central West have had to contend with an array of challenges in recent times as a result of unusual weather conditions, so the Update will be a timely opportunity for growers and their advisers to get together to review their experiences and to look at what may be in store over the coming months," Mr Shannon said...
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" GRDC Grains Research Updates February 15-16, 2011, Southern Region, Young NSW, Jim Laycock 16 September 2013 Jim Laycock, Incitec Pivot discusses the nutrion situation after a wet 2010 - It was a long wait but finally a wet year arrived, which was good news... Recorded at GRDC Updates, Southern Region, Young NSW, 15-16 February 2011... Technology to reduce spray drift GCTV: Drift Reducing Technology..
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Tasmanian grain growers will gather in Campbell Town this month to learn of new opportunities and research outcomes that could enhance their enterprises... The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) will host a grains research Update at The Grange on July 26... The use of nitrogen to maximise economic and environmental outcomes will be discussed by David Nash of DEPI Victoria, and Peter Johnson from the University of Tasmania will provide an update on research into dual purpose crops, plant growth regulators and nitrogen management in waterlogged soils...
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Tasmanian grain growers will gather in Campbell Town this month to learn of new opportunities and research outcomes that could enhance their enterprises... The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) will host a grains research Update at The Grange on July 26... The use of nitrogen to maximise economic and environmental outcomes will be discussed by David Nash of DEPI Victoria, and Peter Johnson from the University of Tasmania will provide an update on research into dual purpose crops, plant growth regulators and nitrogen management in waterlogged soils...
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The 2013 seasonal and grain price outlook, business benchmarking and the keys to successful farming systems will be among the many topics on the agenda at the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Farm Business Update for advisers on November 13... "To set the scene, Jeff Oughton has a wealth of knowledge on the industry and the factors that affect it, so his commentary on the opportunities and risks that lie ahead and the key signals to be aware of will be of enormous value," Mr Pengilley said... Mr Pengilley said the GRDC's Farm Business Updates for advisers were aimed at increasing understanding of and capacity in farm business management, a critical part of any farming enterprise...
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The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) is hosting a Farm Business Update on August 15 to provide professionals with information and insights to enhance their service to grain growers... GRDC Southern Regional Panel deputy chair Chris Blanchard, of Wagga Wagga, says the Farm Business Update is specifically designed for those professionals who provide advice to grain growers... Caption: GRDC Southern Regional Panel deputy chair Chris Blanchard says the Farm Business Update will feature a line-up of expert speakers who will offer growers and advisers insights into some of the key farm business issues...
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Economist Saul Eslake to headline farm business forum.. The Farm Business Update will be attended by Tasmanian farmers and their advisers and service providers looking to further their understanding and appreciation of the many facets of managing a farm business... ORM's Phil O'Callaghan will look at how outside advice can be turned into profit, Mike Krause of Applied Economic Solutions will dissect the factors that must be considered by growers and advisers to ensure farming businesses remain profitable, and business structures, cash flow management and tax effective debt reduction will be topics tackled by Brian Wibberley of Wibberley Chartered Accountants...
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The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) is reminding southern New South Wales grain growers and advisers of two Farm Business Updates to be held over the coming months... A Farm Business Update for advisers will be at Wagga Wagga on August 15... A Farm Business Update specifically designed for growers, to be held at Parkes on October 10, will cover issues such as grain marketing and decision making, land values, succession planning, costs of production and enterprise risks, farm labour and new technologies...
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Crop Updates is a partnership between the Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia and the Grains Research & Development Corporation 36.. We report results from the advanced yield trials conducted at Bolgart, Dalwallinu, Pingrup and Merredin and the black spot resistance evaluated at Medina in 2008... With the availability of more resistant varieties there are prospects of renewed interest in the crop, but the new resistant varieties are poorly adapted to Western Australia and their seed quality does not match the earlier releases (Sona and Heera) that are unfortunately very susceptible to ascochyta blight...
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