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The Grower Updates averaged 75 attendees... Nematodes, crop nutrition, diseases and weed management topped the list of favoured topics at Goondiwindi, while carbon tax and carbon sequestration and the farming system attracted interest at the grower Updates... Four one-day Grower Updates were held at Coolah, Coonamble, Nyngan and Surat; a one-day Advisor Update was held at Dubbo; and a two-day Advisor Update was held at Goondiwindi in February and March...
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The owner who had allowed this generous spacing had a saying spoken from the perspective of the date palm, " take away my neighbour and I will give you her fruit" , meaning the palms produced higher yields if not competing against each other for water, nutrient and sunlight... In Abu Dhabi, recent research has determined 350 litres per day is sufficient to achieve maximum yield whilst keeping the palm in good condition... Pollination can be time consuming and using traditional methods can require high labour inputs...
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Mr Harvey is calling for feedback on a new direction for GRDC, underpinned by six new investment themes... In 2010-11 GRDC invested $140 million in more than 900 projects across 230 organisations, so it's essential this investment is focused on delivering technology and practices that will make the biggest difference in your region, on your farm," Mr Harvey said. ".. Growers can also call the GRDC on 02 6166 4500 and ask to speak to the relevant theme coordinator: Feedback is open until 19 March and growers can send emails to feedback@grdc.com.au or fax 02 6166 4599...
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With harvest in the southern region expected to be over by early next year, grain growers will be turning their attention to the season ahead... To help them plan and prepare, the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) will host grains research Updates for growers in three states... The Updates are an important source of agronomic and industry information and resources for growers...
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With harvest in the southern region expected to be over by early next year, grain growers will be turning their attention to the season ahead... To help them plan and prepare, the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) will host grains research Updates for growers in three states... Log in or register to leave a comment...
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Growers urged to strive for premium grade pulses this season Pulse growers are being urged to implement the necessary agronomic management strategies to ensure they deliver a premium grade product this coming harvest... Agronomic management to minimise seed staining is crucial if growers want to receive the best price possible for their pulses," Ms Davidson said... ENDS Caption: South Australian Research and Development Institute senior pulse pathologist, Jenny Davidson, says growers must be diligent and pro-active in controlling diseases and minimising seed staining to avoid having product downgraded...
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Growers urged to strive for premium grade pulses this season.. Agronomic management to minimise seed staining is crucial if growers want to receive the best price possible for their pulses," Ms Davidson said... ENDS Caption: South Australian Research and Development Institute senior pulse pathologist, Jenny Davidson, says growers must be diligent and pro-active in controlling diseases and minimising seed staining to avoid having product downgraded...
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Growers urged to strive for premium grade pulses this season.. Agronomic management to minimise seed staining is crucial if growers want to receive the best price possible for their pulses," Ms Davidson said... ENDS Caption: South Australian Research and Development Institute senior pulse pathologist, Jenny Davidson, says growers must be diligent and pro-active in controlling diseases and minimising seed staining to avoid having product downgraded...
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An army of grain growers is spreading out across Western Australia, kitted out with the latest weapons to fight herbicide resistance after attending a recent series of Integrated Weed Management (IWM) workshops in Moora, Wyalkatchem, Darkan, Nyabing, Green Range and Kendenup... Coordinated and presented by Andrew Storrie of Agronomo, the workshops highlighted the need to take action on weeds, and particularly seed banks, to delay the establishment of resistance and deal with it once it occurs. ".. We wanted growers to walk away with a greater understanding of how herbicide resistance develops and what they can do about it," Mr Storrie said. "..
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