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The Wallup Ag Group held a canola expo in September in Victoria's Wimmera, with support from the GRDC and Pritchard Agricultural Consulting and Extension, to update growers who had dropped canola from their crop rotations during the 13-year drought... The expo gave us a chance to learn about canola again because the varieties and farming techniques have changed.".. In addition to the GRDC, the Wallup Canola Expo was supported by the International Plant Nutrition Institute, Nufarm, Cargill, BCG, Nuseed, Pacific Seeds, Canola Breeders, Monsanto, Viterra, Marcroft Grains Pathology, CESAR Consultants, Pioneer Hi-Bred, the Victorian DPI, Incitec Pivot, Grain Assist and the dedicated members of the Wallup Ag Group...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The Wallup Ag Group held a canola expo in September in Victoria's Wimmera, with support from the GRDC and Pritchard Agricultural Consulting and Extension, to update growers who had dropped canola from their crop rotations during the 13-year drought... The expo gave us a chance to learn about canola again because the varieties and farming techniques have changed.".. In addition to the GRDC, the Wallup Canola Expo was supported by the International Plant Nutrition Institute, Nufarm, Cargill, BCG, Nuseed, Pacific Seeds, Canola Breeders, Monsanto, Viterra, Marcroft Grains Pathology, CESAR Consultants, Pioneer Hi-Bred, the Victorian DPI, Incitec Pivot, Grain Assist and the dedicated members of the Wallup Ag Group...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
Blackleg severity was reduced and canola yield increased by Impact when applied either as in-furrow or foliar applications and by foliar application of prothioconazole... Incidence of Sclerotinia was assessed for all treatment plots two weeks before harvest... Crown canker severity was assessed on 35 plants per plot using a 0-4 scale (0 = no disease, 4 = 75-100% canker) three weeks prior to harvest...
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Researchers and cropping experts from across Australia will converge on Griffith this month to provide local grain growers with the latest recommendations and advice... The Update will be a valuable source of information and resources for local grain growers as they strive to overcome cropping constraints and boost productivity, according to the chair of the GRDC Southern Regional Panel, Keith Pengilley... One of the challenges facing growers in the region is the spread of herbicide-resistant weeds, and tackling this issue at the Update will be Western Australia-based Peter Newman, representing Planfarm and the Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative (AHRI)...
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Challenges and opportunities facing grain growers in the Forbes region will be front and centre at a research forum this month... One of the challenges facing growers in the region is the spread of herbicide-resistant weeds, and tackling this issue at the Update will be Western Australia-based Peter Newman, representing Planfarm and the Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative (AHRI)... Supported by Central West Farming Systems, the Update at the Forbes Services Memorial Club will be from 9am (registration starts at 8.15am) to 1pm, with morning tea and lunch provided...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Challenges and opportunities facing grain growers in the Forbes region will be front and centre at a research forum this month... One of the challenges facing growers in the region is the spread of herbicide-resistant weeds, and tackling this issue at the Update will be Western Australia-based Peter Newman, representing Planfarm and the Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative (AHRI)... Supported by Central West Farming Systems, the Update at the Forbes Services Memorial Club will be from 9am (registration starts at 8.15am) to 1pm, with morning tea and lunch provided...
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Low grain prices driving increase in Victorian canola planting.. With canola prices retaining some value, growers are considering increased plantings of the oilseed crop and even in some cases, planting canola back-to-back, "a fairly risky process", according to Mr Shannon... "Canola prices seem to be holding up a bit better and people do make farming decisions based on what prices are doing. "..
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Catalogue: GRDC YouTube channel
" GCTV7: GRDC's John Harvey on Genetics Resource Centre 04 May 2012 John Harvey discusses GRDC's investment, together with the Victorian Government, in a national crop genetics resource centre at Horsham... 21.7: John Harvey: Managing Director GRDC We 25.14: together into Australia one national genetic resource 27.82: centre for crops based down in Horsham and I thinks that 32.71: people know that none of the crops we grow in Australia 35.5: commercial are native to Australia... Their origins 38.56: are from other parts of the world so we are very dependent in our crop breeding programs 42.6: to make sure we 44.829: in Australia and the investment we 47.71: in Victoria with the Victorian government I think is absolutely essential for our crop 52.93: breeders to have access to genetic diversity...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Low grain prices driving increase in Victorian canola planting.. With canola prices retaining some value, growers are considering increased plantings of the oilseed crop and even in some cases, planting canola back-to-back, "a fairly risky process", according to Mr Shannon... "Canola prices seem to be holding up a bit better and people do make farming decisions based on what prices are doing. "..
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Domestic wheat prices are primarily driven by the international market, with the benchmark of international prices being the Chicago wheat futures market... Argentina's producers have cast fears that corn production will not exceed 20mmt - this fear has fuelled market speculation, and unconfirmed rumours, that Argentina will place a ban on corn exports this year this has been refuted by the Ministry... Wheat and corn are expected to remain the two grains most demanded, ahead of barley and soybeans, which in part is also reflective of a change in the composition of global dietary preferences towards grains that are complimentary to livestock produce...
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