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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Develop a pulse plan to meet customer demand.. While planning for the 2015 cropping program is in full swing, Pulse Australia is urging growers to consider their pulse marketing plan at the start of the season, rather than the end, for the best decision-making and results... Most importantly Ms Raynes said that pule marketing is extremely unpredictable and growers should perform due diligence to ensure they're selecting an appropriate marketing company; know whether the marketing company is a member of Grain Trade Australia (GTA), who is backing the company, and confirm they are financially secure...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Pulse seed quality is primarily defined in terms of physical seed characteristics including seed-size, shape, colour, degree of dimpling (predominantly for dun-type peas) and for split-pulse products; seed coat adherence to the cotyledon and cotyledon colour... Due to costs and the destructive nature of most quality-traits tests, analyses are undertaken at the latter stages of the pulse breeding cycle when sufficient grain is available... The introduction of tests at an earlier stage, particularly rapid, non-destructive tests has the potential to increase efficiencies within the breeding program and reduce operating costs...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
But technology capable of taking highresolution photographs of up to 10,000 grains per sample and comparing them against a standard reference in as little as two to three minutes promises to change all that... Because of the international nature of the project, Mr McMullen says that varieties from other exporting countries will need to be added to the reference files compiled in Australia... Mr McMullen says manufacturers of the technology know that because of the rapid advances in their industry the prototypes will rapidly become obsolete, so they are making substantial investments in ongoing technical developments...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Develop a pulse plan to meet customer demand.. While planning for the 2015 cropping program is in full swing, Pulse Australia is urging growers to consider their pulse marketing plan at the start of the season, rather than the end, for the best decision-making and results... Most importantly Ms Raynes said that pule marketing is extremely unpredictable and growers should perform due diligence to ensure they're selecting an appropriate marketing company; know whether the marketing company is a member of Grain Trade Australia (GTA), who is backing the company, and confirm they are financially secure...
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