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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Luke recognised as grains industry rising star.. Mr Minogue said the Emerging Leader Award, voted on by the GRDC Regional Panels, recognised the efforts and commitment of a chosen researcher, adviser, grower or other industry participant... "His research has largely looked to increase the grain production and profitability for growers and reduce the risks associated with non-cereal crop production," said Mr Minogue, of Barmedman (NSW)...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Luke recognised as grains industry rising star.. Mr Minogue said the Emerging Leader Award, voted on by the GRDC Regional Panels, recognised the efforts and commitment of a chosen researcher, adviser, grower or other industry participant... "His research has largely looked to increase the grain production and profitability for growers and reduce the risks associated with non-cereal crop production," said Mr Minogue, of Barmedman (NSW)...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Recent field days in south-eastern Australia have given growers the opportunity to consider options for growing soybeans.. Soybean research agronomist Luke Gaynor (right) and climate specialist Dale Grey (left) say a near-full profile of moisture beneath the crop when 20 per cent of pods are turning yellow is important to ensure a high-yielding crop and enough stored soil moisture for the following cereal crop... When harvesting soybeans, Mr Gaynor said that large variations in seed moisture have an impact on total seed protein: "When growers are testing their soybeans after harvest they need to adjust their seed moisture content (on paper) back to 12 per cent or a dry matter basis for a fair comparison of total seed protein, especially when selling into the human-consumption market."..
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