HoRiZon

HoRiZon is a publication which is no longer produced. HoRiZon is brought to you by growers and the Australian Government
through the publisher, the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC).

Australia’s high rainfall zone is defined as areas where rainfall exceeds one-third of evaporation for nine or more consecutive months of the year.

For all things HRZ, go to www.grdc.com.au/HRZ.

  • HoRiZon Issue 5 December 2012

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    Date
    01.12.2012
    Region
    West, National

    NEW HORIZON for Australian cropping.

    The high rainfall zone (HRZ) in Australia’s northern, western and southern grain growing regions is increasingly recognised as an area of significant potential expansion for grain production.

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    HoRiZon5_December2012pdf
  • HoRiZon Issue 3 March 2012

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    Date
    01.03.2012
    Region
    West, National

    NEW HORIZON for Australian cropping.

    The high rainfall zone (HRZ) in Australia’s northern, western and southern grain growing regions is increasingly recognised as an area of significant potential expansion for grain production.

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    HoRiZon3_March2012pdf
  • HoRiZon Issue 2 June 2011

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    Date
    01.06.2011
    Region
    West, National

    NEW HORIZON for Australian cropping.

    The high rainfall zone (HRZ) in Australia’s northern, western and southern grain growing regions is increasingly recognised as an area of significant potential expansion for grain production.

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    HoRiZon2_June2011pdf
  • HoRiZon Issue 1 Sept 2010

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    Date
    01.09.2010
    Region
    West, National

    NEW HORIZON for Australian cropping.

    The high rainfall zone (HRZ) in Australia’s northern, western and southern grain growing regions is increasingly recognised as an area of significant potential expansion for grain production.

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    HoRiZon1_September2010pdf