Regional Cropping Solutions Network

The purpose of the GRDC's Regional Cropping Solutions Network ( RCSN ) initiative is to provide essential on ground linkages between growers, farming systems groups, agribusiness and researchers complementary to the National Grains Industry R,D&E Strategy to better plan and design local activities of greatest benefit.

The RCSN network involves skilled and informed facilitators and co-ordinators that link, support and inform regional planning groups participating in these networks.

 

The RCSN

Southern

There are three RCSNs within the GRDC Southern Region, representing key production zones – low, medium and high rainfall. Each of the three RCSNs in the Southern Region has 13 members and includes growers, advisers, agribusiness and researchers.

For RCSN support information in the Southern region please visit the RCSN about page

For a list of network members in the Southern region please visit the RCSN Southern rainfall zone page

 

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2018 Annual report - Southern region

This report outlines some of the local research, development and extension (RD&E) priorities identified by the grain grower, adviser and researcher members of the GRDC Regional Cropping Solutions Network (RCSN), operating across the southern grain-growing
region of Australia.

 

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2018 Annual report - Western region

This report outlines some of the local research, development and extension (RD&E) priorities identified by the grain grower, adviser and researcher members of the GRDC Regional Cropping Solutions Networks (RCSNs) that operate across the western grain-growing region of Australia.