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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Through the project, and other work by the Liebe Group, growers were able to review their fertiliser use, understand plant nutrition and recognise the need to protect gross margins and reduce their financial risks in a variable climate... Through previous research conducted in the area, there was an understanding that growers could improve their systems by optimising time of sowing, managing soil types more effectively, increasing their understanding of crop N use and better understanding soil water dynamics to make more informed and flexible decisions as seasons unfold... The short term objective of the project was to deliver quality information to growers and industry about adaptation options...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
'Insurance' choices must be made between choosing to pay extra now to reduce resistance risk, and choosing to pay less now but more later when or if resistance occurs... We calculated total weed management costs per season for each scenario based on the number of applications of each control tactic assumed in Table 1... The grasses tested in these scenarios show a range of overall risk levels (Table 3), though all have high to very high levels of risk for glyphosate resistance...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
'Insurance' choices must be made between choosing to pay extra now to reduce resistance risk, and choosing to pay less now but more later when or if resistance occurs... We calculated total weed management costs per season for each scenario based on the number of applications of each control tactic assumed in Table 1... The grasses tested in these scenarios show a range of overall risk levels (Table 3), though all have high to very high levels of risk for glyphosate resistance...
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
The twenty drivers of the future of the industry that were identi ed by the participants at the workshop are listed below (in no particular order)... Importance Regional Scenarios for Australian Grain Farms page 25.. The participants who developed the scenario for this quadrant were faced with conceiving what the industry would be like in a situation where international and domestic policies are generally unfavourable to the grains industry, opportunities for differentiated product and new end markets are limited, but the level of innovation is high, input costs are moderate and grain production Regional Scenarios for Australian Grain Farms page 31..
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
The twenty drivers of the future of the industry that were identi ed by the participants at the workshop are listed below (in no particular order)... Overall, farming is subject to and more responsive to political in uence which is disconnected or has no association with the industry... The participants who developed the scenario for this quadrant were faced with conceiving what the industry would be like where there is little willingness to change, global and domestic political in uence did not suit the industry and infrastructure is neither developed nor maintained, and the economics of farming are not good, input prices are high and there is limited diversity of markets...
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
The twenty drivers of the future of the industry that were identi ed by the participants at the workshop are listed below (in no particular order)... The 'internal' axis included the pro tability of farming, cost and yc availability of inputs and investment in research... The participants who developed the scenario for this quadrant were faced with conceiving what the industry would be like where climate variability and the price, availability and quality of water are conducive to the industry and government policies are supportive but the pro tability of farming is not good, input prices are high and there is limited investment in research...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
That's according to Dr Kate Burke of Think Agri who says growers need to generate production scenarios and monitor them throughout the season to ensure they base operational decisions on the most likely range of outcomes... Speaking at Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) grains research Updates in the southern region, Dr Burke said if growers continually reviewed a range of production scenarios based on the broadest range of information they would make smarter long-term decisions... Caption: Dr Kate Burke of Think Agri says growers need to generate production scenarios and monitor them throughout the season to ensure they base operational decisions on the most likely range of outcomes...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
That's according to Dr Kate Burke of Think Agri who says growers need to generate production scenarios and monitor them throughout the season to ensure they base operational decisions on the most likely range of outcomes... Speaking at Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) grains research Updates in the southern region, Dr Burke said if growers continually reviewed a range of production scenarios based on the broadest range of information they would make smarter long-term decisions... Caption: Dr Kate Burke of Think Agri says growers need to generate production scenarios and monitor them throughout the season to ensure they base operational decisions on the most likely range of outcomes...
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