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South Australian grain growers considering which crop varieties to sow next season now have access to a useful resource to assist with their decision making... Compiled by SARDI officers, the guide is sponsored by the SA Grain Industry Trust in association with Primary Industry and Regions SA (PIRSA) and the GRDC... The resource has been mailed to SA growers and can also be viewed and downloaded via the GRDC website at www.grdc.com.au/SASowingGuide , as well as the SARDI website at www.sardi.sa.gov.au/crops/publications ...
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SARDI Senior Research Officer, Lachlan Lake (left), and Associate Professor Victor Sadras are looking at ways to improve drought and heat stress tolerance in field peas and chickpeas... Four years ago, the team of Associate Professor Victor Sadras from the South Australian Research & Development Institute began looking at ways to improve drought and heat stress tolerance in field peas, which began with mapping the risk of drought in Australia and its different forms... Management should be to have good growing conditions prior to flowering...
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Trial work conducted by SARDI has shown that sowing lentils inter-row into standing stubble has improved the crop's harvestability... Sowing lentils inter-row into standing stubble in medium to low rainfall areas can increase plant biomass production and, in-turn, produce benefits in harvestability, according to research conducted by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI)... Lentils are renowned for being difficult to harvest, particularly in dry years when they produce low levels of plant biomass, but the SARDI trials have shown that retained stubble can increase plant height and also act like a trellis holding them up off the ground...
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Trial work conducted by SARDI has shown that sowing lentils inter-row into standing stubble has improved the crop's harvestability... Sowing lentils inter-row into standing stubble in medium to low rainfall areas can increase plant biomass production and, in-turn, produce benefits in harvestability, according to research conducted by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI)... Lentils are renowned for being difficult to harvest, particularly in dry years when they produce low levels of plant biomass, but the SARDI trials have shown that retained stubble can increase plant height and also act like a trellis holding them up off the ground...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
The Update Proceedings Booklet from the South Australian session of the GRDC Grains Research Update for Growers, held in Crystal Brook on 27 February 2014... The full proceedings booklet can be downloaded from the download box on this page... Keep browsing 0 Responses to GRDC Grains Research Update for Growers (Crystal Brook, SA) 2014..
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In summary, 20 trials have now recently been undertaken across a number of seasons and locations in NSW. None of them have demonstrated S responses in yield or oil %. This does not exclude deficiency and yield penalties from occurring but does highlight that the frequency and the likelihood is not high... In summary, using Yield Prophet as a way of increasing soil water knowledge is more difficult to trial than probes... In summary, the growth in the use of probes to understand soil water is easily explained using the framework above...
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In summary, 20 trials have now recently been undertaken across a number of seasons and locations in NSW. None of them have demonstrated S responses in yield or oil %. This does not exclude deficiency and yield penalties from occurring but does highlight that the frequency and the likelihood is not high... In summary, using Yield Prophet as a way of increasing soil water knowledge is more difficult to trial than probes... In summary, the growth in the use of probes to understand soil water is easily explained using the framework above...
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Catalogue: NVT Online Papers
BeAnS Variety State of origin Year of Commercial partner/ Royalty Maximum quality Comments registration licensee Farah SA 2003 Heritage Seeds EPR $3.00 Fie grade 1 Tested as 483/3 Fiesta VF SA 1998 Heritage Seeds No PBR or royalty Fie grade 1 Nura SA 2005 Seednet EPR $3.30 Fie grade 1 PBA Kareema SA 2009 PGG Wrightson EPR $4.00 Broad bean PBA Rana SA 2011 Seednet EPR $3.85 New category Tested as 974*(611*974)/15-1 All the varieties listed above are PBR varieties or have 'commercial marketing arrangements' and seed of these varieties cannot be sold, traded or given away, nor can it be 'traded over the fence' without the authorisation of the owners or licensee... VeTCH Variety State of origin Year of Commercial partner/ Royalty Comments registration licensee Capello SA 1999 Heritage seeds Seed Namoi alternative Haymaker Plus SA 1999 Heritage seeds Seed High level hard seed Morava SA 1999 Heritage seeds Seed Forage use Rasina SA 2006 Heritage seeds Seed Tested as SA34719 All the varieties listed above are PBR varieties or have 'commercial marketing arrangements' and seed of these varieties cannot be sold, traded or given away, nor can it be 'traded over the fence' without the authorisation of the owners or licensee... Widespread evaluation over a number of years shows that it is higher yielding than Kaspa when yield potential is below 1.75t/ha, and higher than PBA Gunyah when yield potential is below 1.25t/ha...
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The workshops at Bendigo on April 11 and Ouyen on April 12 will provide information and technical advice, with scientific support, for determining organic matter cycling in the soil in relation to nitrogen nutrition, paddock planning and fertiliser rates, plus trace element identification and management... Speakers at the workshops will include Dr Rob Norton, Australia and New Zealand Regional Director with the International Plant Nutrition Institute; CSIRO soil scientist Dr Jeff Baldock; Dr Glenn McDonald from the University of Adelaide; Tony Cox and Dr Ehsan Tavakkoli from the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries; Dr John Angus from Charles Sturt University and CSIRO; and Dr Nigel Wilhelm of the South Australian Research and Development Institute... More information about the workshops, including registration details, can be found at www.agcommunicators.com.au ...
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The workshops at Bendigo on April 11 and Ouyen on April 12 will provide information and technical advice, with scientific support, for determining organic matter cycling in the soil in relation to nitrogen nutrition, paddock planning and fertiliser rates, plus trace element identification and management... Speakers at the workshops will include Dr Rob Norton, Australia and New Zealand Regional Director with the International Plant Nutrition Institute; CSIRO soil scientist Dr Jeff Baldock; Dr Glenn McDonald from the University of Adelaide; Tony Cox and Dr Ehsan Tavakkoli from the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries; Dr John Angus from Charles Sturt University and CSIRO; and Dr Nigel Wilhelm of the South Australian Research and Development Institute... More information about the workshops, including registration details, can be found at www.agcommunicators.com.au ...
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