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Catalogue: GRDC YouTube channel
" IWM: Weed Seed Bank Destruction - Windrow Chute Design 23 October 2013 Andrew Messina, (WA grower) explains his experience with designing and using a windrow chute on the back of the header... Home made, simple design, how to connect and disconnect, tips on optimum design for efficient windrow burning... Technology to reduce spray drift GCTV: Drift Reducing Technology..
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
The project focuses on working with producers to identify and showcase ways of improving the environmental and financial performance of grazing businesses, acknowledging that both are linked... Such people are failing to put a benchmark in its correct context... Kevin McCosker QPI & F Ph: 07 4936 0326 Email: Kevin.mccosker@deedi,qld.gov.au < Keep browsing 0 Responses to EXPERIENCES WITH BENCHMARKING PROFIT AND MANAGEMENT IN CQ BEEF CATTLE BUSINESSES..
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Catalogue: GRDC YouTube channel
" IWM: Weed Seed Bank Destruction - Header Setup & Tips for Narrow Windrowing 23 October 2013 Andrew Messina, (WA grower) explains his experience with cutter bar height, chute design, chute height, crop specific tips - canola, how to avoid chute blockages, windrow burning logistics before sowing, efficacy of burn relies on timing... Technology to reduce spray drift GCTV: Drift Reducing Technology..
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Catalogue: GRDC 2014 Research Summaries
Much of the uncertainty comes from the variable nature of our climate, whether the enterprise is grazing, cropping, horticulture or bee keeping... Long term data and recent weather data along with seasonal forecasts are valuable in informing growers of system status (e.g. soil water, heat sum, radiation) and probabilities of future events (e.g. planting opportunities, seasonal rainfall, extremes in temperature)... The current version of Australian CliMate has the following analyses: How Often, How Hot -Cold, Season "s progress, How wet N, How likely, How "s El Nino and How "s the Past The aim of this project is:- to maintain the code, data access and server support; - improve security of data access from Silo;- add the POAMA seasonal forecast capability from BOM;- add a Potential..
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Harvest finished well for us with cereals yielding above average and pulses average to below average but with very good prices... With parents Ross and Michele, and brother Kieran and his wife Elly, they grow wheat, barley, canola and linseed, trade store lambs and finish them on lucerne-based pastures... With parents Jeff and Tina, uncle and aunt Brent and Jan, cousin Adam and wife Karina, they crop wheat, barley, canola, lupins and wheaten hay...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Harvest finished well for us with cereals yielding above average and pulses average to below average but with very good prices... With parents Ross and Michele, and brother Kieran and his wife Elly, they grow wheat, barley, canola and linseed, trade store lambs and finish them on lucerne-based pastures... With parents Jeff and Tina, uncle and aunt Brent and Jan, cousin Adam and wife Karina, they crop wheat, barley, canola, lupins and wheaten hay...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Kate is a development extension officer with the entomology team in Toowoomba... Kate joined entomology in June 2008 and has previously worked as a research scientist, agronomist, plant health inspector and extension officer... Kate started her career with the Department of Primary Industries in Tasmania and joined the Queensland Government in 1999 as an extension officer in a sugar project at South Johnstone in Far North Queensland...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Kate is a development extension officer with the entomology team in Toowoomba... Kate joined entomology in June 2008 and has previously worked as a research scientist, agronomist, plant health inspector and extension officer... Kate started her career with the Department of Primary Industries in Tasmania and joined the Queensland Government in 1999 as an extension officer in a sugar project at South Johnstone in Far North Queensland...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
I define resilience as the willingness and capacity to accept that we are all going to go through good and bad times, the ability to understand our own reactions to these experiences and have strategies to manage these reactions... All the points to a need to be resilient in 'normal' life and, as I often say to the teenagers I work with, life happens to you through your relationships, career, health, financial issues and other aspects... As I often say to the people I work with in communities all around Australia, resilience is about a new way of thinking and a new way of living for so many of us...
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Catalogue: GRDC 2014 Research Summaries
The sources of risk in agriculture are numerous and diverse... There have been a number of studies identifying various aspects of production risk due to seasonal variation; the key issue this project is addressing... The risk management framework requested will be an effective means of utilising this past research (eg Zheng et al 2012, Hammer and Stone 1998) and transforming it to meld with research from this project...
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