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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
The National Mungbean Improvement Program (NMIP) has developed the next generation varieties and germplasm that will surpass Crystal and deliver further productivity and reliability gains to the northern region growers and the Australian mungbean industry... Stage 1 trials (first year replicated testing in 2010-11) - 16 lines 10 to 23 per cent higher yielding than Crystal... Seventy three lines in Stage 1 MET have an AusTRC321818 pedigree and ten of these had higher yields than Crystal in 2010-11...
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Dr Dmitri Rylko explains production lifts in the Russia-Black Sea region... If crops develop sufficiently before the dormant period and there is no delay in the snow thaw, growers can sometimes squeeze in two crops - wheat followed by sorghum or sunflowers - in the same 12-month cycle... Similar to the trend in Australia, he said more grain was also being segregated and stored on-farm to give growers the ability to respond quickly to specific buyer needs...
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Grain booming in the former USSR.. Dr Dmitri Rylko explains production lifts in the Russia-Black Sea region... Similar to the trend in Australia, he said more grain was also being segregated and stored on-farm to give growers the ability to respond quickly to specific buyer needs...
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Infant formula in China may seem far removed from the Australian grains industry, but it is a prime target for a $50 million expansion of GrainCorp's oilseed crushing and refining facility at Numurkah, Victoria... Speaking at the Australian Grains Industry Conference in Melbourne at the end of July, GrainCorp CEO Mark Palmquist said the oilseed investment reflected the changing profile of customers in Asia... Mr Palmquist said that following the melamine contamination of infant formula in China in 2008, food safety was a high priority, and Australia was well placed to meet food-safety concerns due to the high level of transparency in its production and processing systems...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Infant formula in China may seem far removed from the Australian grains industry, but it is a prime target for a $50 million expansion of GrainCorp's oilseed crushing and refining facility at Numurkah, Victoria... Speaking at the Australian Grains Industry Conference in Melbourne at the end of July, GrainCorp CEO Mark Palmquist said the oilseed investment reflected the changing profile of customers in Asia... Mr Palmquist said that following the melamine contamination of infant formula in China in 2008, food safety was a high priority, and Australia was well placed to meet food-safety concerns due to the high level of transparency in its production and processing systems...
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