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Simpfendorfer wins prestigious GRDC award.. "The Australian grains industry is extremely lucky to have skilled professionals like Steven Simpfendorfer who dedicate significant time and effort - both professionally and personally - to tackling production challenges posed by the region's major cereal crop diseases," Mr Clark said... "We congratulate Dr Simpfendorfer and endorse his plans to develop knowledge-sharing and skills development opportunities within the Australian grains industry through local and international collaboration," Dr Bowman said...
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Simpfendorfer wins prestigious GRDC award.. "The Australian grains industry is extremely lucky to have skilled professionals like Steven Simpfendorfer who dedicate significant time and effort - both professionally and personally - to tackling production challenges posed by the region's major cereal crop diseases," Mr Clark said... "We congratulate Dr Simpfendorfer and endorse his plans to develop knowledge-sharing and skills development opportunities within the Australian grains industry through local and international collaboration," Dr Bowman said...
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Photo: GRDC northern panel chair James Clark presents the GRDC Recognising and Rewarding Excellence Award to respected industry researcher Professor Mike Bell at the GRDC Updates dinner in Goondiwindi... "Professor Bell has an exceptional ability to deliver practical information to growers that can help improve their crop and farming system management year-in-year-out... The Recognising and Rewarding Excellence Award was a further accolade for Professor Bell who is also a past recipient of the GRDC Seed of Light award for the northern grains region in recognition of his contributions to communicating research outcomes to industry...
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Photo: GRDC northern panel chair James Clark presents the GRDC Recognising and Rewarding Excellence Award to respected industry researcher Professor Mike Bell at the GRDC Updates dinner in Goondiwindi... "Professor Bell has an exceptional ability to deliver practical information to growers that can help improve their crop and farming system management year-in-year-out... The Recognising and Rewarding Excellence Award was a further accolade for Professor Bell who is also a past recipient of the GRDC Seed of Light award for the northern grains region in recognition of his contributions to communicating research outcomes to industry...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Gains in productivity can be quantified through improvements in the total seasonal water supply accessed by a crop and the conversion of this water to harvestable grain (water use efficiency)... As seasonal water supply is dominated by stored soil water at the start of the season plus in-season rainfall, then there is little growers can do to improve seasonal water supply, except through better..... The expected outcome is to improve the water use efficiency of a paddock and farm by providing the tools for farmers to identify and manage poor performing areas, improve understanding of the factors which cause poor performing patches, and the economic and natural resource management (NRM) benefits to managing these areas differently...
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Author : Sharon Watt Data from thousands of Australian on-farm grains research trials is being collated into a central, easy-to-access information resource for growers, agronomists, researchers and the wider grains industry... Project leader Robert Milne says around 3000 trial projects have so far been published on the OFT site, with data supplied by grower groups from across the nation... "The development and release of the OFT website provides an exciting new way to make findings and discover information from cropping trials conducted throughout Australia," Mr Milne said...
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