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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
A brief word on choosing varieties.. The CL Plus varieties represent a both a 5 to 10% yield improvement on JNZ and STL and tolerance to the full rate of Intervix from 3 leaf onwards... The aim of the paper is to assist advisors and growers in making appropriate canola variety decisions by providing an appraisal of the varieties most suited to each region...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The canola and wheat were respectively graded as Canola 1, and HI, H2 and APW, but the dry conditions and frost in spring downgraded five per cent of the wheat to GP and all the barley to feed quality... Overall, yields were wide-ranging, but quality was mostly good... Overall, quality was good, with barley and wheat respectively graded F1 and ASW...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
CSIRO's Dr Michael Robertson said the results of a consultant survey and comparisons with experimental yields indicate a sizeable production gap between above-average and below-average-yielding growers in the high-rainfall zone... Dr Roper said more research was needed to clarify the long-term use of on-row sowing on soil nutrition, organic matter, soil structure and soil-borne diseases on water-repellent soil... "Dual-purpose crops have the capacity to increase overall profitability and productivity by 25 to 75 per cent compared with grain-only crops," Dr Bell said...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
CSIRO's Dr Michael Robertson said the results of a consultant survey and comparisons with experimental yields indicate a sizeable production gap between above-average and below-average-yielding growers in the high-rainfall zone... Dr Roper said more research was needed to clarify the long-term use of on-row sowing on soil nutrition, organic matter, soil structure and soil-borne diseases on water-repellent soil... "Dual-purpose crops have the capacity to increase overall profitability and productivity by 25 to 75 per cent compared with grain-only crops," Dr Bell said...
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