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  • European expert to address Mingenew Update event

    Media Releases

    Image of Lise Jorgensen

    Article Date
    17.02.2017
    Region
    West

    Leading Danish researcher Lise Jorgensen will be one of the keynote speakers at the first event kicking off the 2017 series of Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Grains Research Updates in Western Australia.

  • Is your chickpea seed disease and defect free

    Media Releases

    Grains

    Article Date
    16.02.2017
    Region
    North

    New South Wales and Queensland chickpea growers are being urged to take advantage of a no-cost testing service to ensure this season’s planting seed is disease and defect free.

  • How does South East Asia like their noodles

    Media Releases

    Image of Ken Quail

    Article Date
    15.02.2017
    Region
    North

    South East Asia (SEA) is the largest and fastest growing market for Australia wheat, importing 42.9mmt over the past five years, valued at $2.6 billion per annum.

  • Is your cereal planting seed disease free

    Media Releases

    Grains

    Article Date
    14.02.2017
    Region
    North

    New South Wales cereal growers are urged to take advantage of a no cost disease testing service now available for 2017 planting seed.

  • NSW agronomist wins GRDC Seed of Light award

    Media Releases

    Image of Barry Haskins

    Article Date
    14.02.2017
    Region
    North

    Prominent southern New South Wales agronomist Barry Haskins has been recognised for his invaluable contributNSW ion to northern grains research, being awarded the 2017 Seed of Light Award by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC).

  • Therese leading the way in the world of grains research

    Media Releases

    Therese McBeath and Harry

    Article Date
    14.02.2017
    Region
    South

    A researcher who commits herself to improving Australian grain production through impactful science and supporting others in her field has been recognised as one of the industry’s most influential young leaders.

  • SA grain growers get set for season 2017

    Media Releases

    Keith Pengilley at Adelaide Update

    Article Date
    14.02.2017
    Region
    South

    The repercussions from a wet and high-yielding 2016 cropping season are expected to present an array of opportunities and challenges for South Australian grain growers this year.

  • Management of Russian wheat aphid in 2017 starts now

    Media Releases

    Paul Angus, Frank Peairs, Craig Ruchs

    Article Date
    13.02.2017
    Region
    South

    Grain growers throughout South Australia, Victoria and Tasmania are being advised to employ a tactical and considered approach to management of Russian wheat aphid (RWA) this year.

  • New tactics to reduce input costs and increase canola yield at Grains Research Updates

    Media Releases

    Image of Rohan Brill

    Article Date
    13.02.2017
    Region
    North

    Canola growers will have the opportunity to hear the latest research aimed at raising crop profitability and reducing costly production risks at the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Grains Research Updates being held across New South Wales this month.

  • Canola disease focus at Grains Research Update, Perth

    Media Releases

    A canola leaf is speckled with a fungi called white spot disease

    Article Date
    10.02.2017
    Region
    West

    High fungal disease pressure stemming from record wet 2016 growing conditions in many parts of Western Australia has increased production risks for this year’s canola crops.