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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
Department of Agriculture and Food 2011 Agribusiness Crop Updates Western Australia.. In summary, all of the growers that have purchased mouldboard ploughs have been very happy with the performance of ploughed paddocks during 2010... In summary, improved crop water use e ciencies during the 2000s have bene tted from the carryover of technological improvements from the previous decade...
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Grains Research Update for Growers Coolah August 9, 2000 include screening grain for presence of toxins like pyrrolizidine alkaloids (heliotrope) and corynetoxins (ryegrass)... It can be expected that adoption of no-tillage or stubble retention is likely to remain low for continuous cereal production in areas where no long-term yield benefit can be demonstrated... Grains Research Update for Growers Coolah August 9, 2000 management Desiccation Harvest - Pea weevil - see Managing Pea Weevil - Heliothis - see Insect and Mite Control in Field Crops 1999 For harvest planning, seed quality, weed control, better harvesting...
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Grains Research Update for Growers Coolah August 9, 2000 include screening grain for presence of toxins like pyrrolizidine alkaloids (heliotrope) and corynetoxins (ryegrass)... It can be expected that adoption of no-tillage or stubble retention is likely to remain low for continuous cereal production in areas where no long-term yield benefit can be demonstrated... Grains Research Update for Growers Coolah August 9, 2000 management Desiccation Harvest - Pea weevil - see Managing Pea Weevil - Heliothis - see Insect and Mite Control in Field Crops 1999 For harvest planning, seed quality, weed control, better harvesting...
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The world market has four major traditional exporters (United States, Canada, Australia and Argentina), the European Union and the Black Sea port countries (Figure 1)... There is a small number of major exporters... World-wide competition for market share is fierce as the Black Sea ports countries take an increasing share of world trade and price ...
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The areas of potential growth in consumption and where demand growth is likely as incomes grow are countries like India, China, South Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam and Philippines where the levels of consumption are relatively low and there are good prospects for income growth and the substitution of wheat for rice... Indonesia is Australia's largest wheat importer by more than a factor of two but Italy, Sudan and Japan have the highest unit values among our export destinations (Italy imports mainly durum) (Figures 15 and 16)... The paper is based on analyses of the world wheat market carried out for a project funded jointly by the Grain Growers Association and the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries entitled "What the World Wants from Australian Wheat"...
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With decreasing levels of available agricultural land, we need to farm more efficiently to feed these people," he said... We need entities that operate across borders and spread best practices, with local applications, across those borders," he said... Growers now understand better what the market wants and they are adjusting their crops " he said...
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The anniversary event paid tribute to grower-led research dating back to 1993, when a group of Birchip growers established the Birchip Cropping Demonstration Sites, which later became BCG... The not-for-profit organisation was set up to test the performance of grain varieties, pulse crops and farm products under local conditions and to facilitate farm management... In 2012, BCG conducted 100 research trials at 20 sites across the Wimmera and Mallee examining a range of issues - agronomy, farming systems, climate, plant nutrition, and management for disease, weeds and pests...
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Dr Rajaram was born in a small village in India and gained his PhD at the University of Sydney through the Plant Breeding Institute in Narrabri on a scholarship from the Narrabri Rotary Club... While in Mexico, Dr Rajaram developed 480 high-yielding wheat varieties with in-built resistance to diseases and environmental stresses... Dr Rajaram said that while honoured to receive it, the prize recognises thousands of wheat researchers and growers around the world...
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SNOWBIRD IS the first variety of a potential new Canadian Western Hard White (CWHW) class, which offers Canadian Western Red Strong (CWRS) quality with higher flour extract and colour preferred by key markets, such as the Asian noodle market... With the hard white wheat, we're looking at developing a totally new class of wheat and providing a new market outlet for the farmer and for the industry.".. Source: Western Grains Research Foundation < Keep browsing 0 Responses to New Canadian research: hard white wheat class set to kick off..
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SNOWBIRD IS the first variety of a potential new Canadian Western Hard White (CWHW) class, which offers Canadian Western Red Strong (CWRS) quality with higher flour extract and colour preferred by key markets, such as the Asian noodle market... With the hard white wheat, we're looking at developing a totally new class of wheat and providing a new market outlet for the farmer and for the industry.".. Source: Western Grains Research Foundation < Keep browsing 0 Responses to New Canadian research: hard white wheat class set to kick off..
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