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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Team Fat Farmers set out to have fun, get fit and raise money for the Menswatch program... Among the 40,000 participants in the 2015 Adelaide City-Bay Fun Run were 130 from South Australian farming families running as team 'Fat Farmers'... Ben, Greg and Scott came up with the Fat Farmers concept about seven years ago, and over the years a group of 12 to 15 Yorke Peninsula growers and their families have trained and participated in one of the 12, six or three-kilometre running or walking events in the City-Bay Fun Run...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Team Fat Farmers set out to have fun, get fit and raise money for the Menswatch program... Among the 40,000 participants in the 2015 Adelaide City-Bay Fun Run were 130 from South Australian farming families running as team 'Fat Farmers'... Ben, Greg and Scott came up with the Fat Farmers concept about seven years ago, and over the years a group of 12 to 15 Yorke Peninsula growers and their families have trained and participated in one of the 12, six or three-kilometre running or walking events in the City-Bay Fun Run...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
" Simplified phenotypic assay for product colour stability (non-PPO).. Project Code: UA00106.. Researchers are striving to make noodles from Australian wheat more palatable to Asian markets, with GRDC-funded projects seeking to fend off potential competition from rival producers in North America < Keep browsing..
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
" Flour and product colour in wheat.. Project Code: UA00094.. Researchers are striving to make noodles from Australian wheat more palatable to Asian markets, with GRDC-funded projects seeking to fend off potential competition from rival producers in North America < Keep browsing..
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Funded by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) on behalf of growers and the Australian Government, the research project involves a survey of farmers and advisers to identify the major insect pests of grain crops and to better understand the tools and strategies used to manage these pests... Dr Umina said the results of the survey would help researchers and the broader industry to understand what Australian growers do to manage insect pests in their grain crops, and their attitudes towards pest management... Growers and advisers seeking more information about the survey can email pumina@unimelb.edu.au or project leader, Dr Helen Spafford at helen.spafford@uwa.edu.au...
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