A new paddock guide to the safe handling of farm chemicals and a household guide designed to reduce family exposure...
Lobbying the US Federal Aviation Authority and promoting modern farming practices for production and environmental gains are all part of...
Research by Riverine Plains Inc under the GRDC’s Water Use Efficiency Initiative has found the move to a wider row...
Clearer guidelines have been established for gypsum use along Western Australia’s southern coast and how to achieve an economic yield...
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Three years of trials by the Grains Orana Alliance (GOA) in the central-west region of New South Wales have consistently failed to demonstrate a canola yield or oil response to the addition of sulfur, which challenges the current recommended
Pre-harvest lodging remains a risk for sorghum growers as crops may be carrying the Fusarium pathogen after recent rains.
Variety selection is the first line of defence for growers keen to minimise the effects of cereal rust diseases in the 2013 growing season
Fact sheets from this issue include:Farm Labour: Recruiting and inducting new employeesSlug control: Slug identification and managementIrrigated Wheat: Achievable yields for irrigated wheat (Northern Region)Irrigated Wheat: Reducing lodging risk in
Between 2008 and 2013 the GRDC is investing $17.6 million in regional grower groups and research agencies to improve the water use efficiency (WUE) of grain-based farming systems in the southern and western regions by 10 per cent. CSIRO leads a
Grain Growers Ltd (GrainGrowers) is leading a project with support from the GRDC to help optimise use of Australian wheat in producing premium Chinese food products, such as noodles and traditional steamed bread.
Trials established in 2009 to identify low-risk, profitable break crops for the Victorian Wimmera and Mallee region are delivering promising results, with many outperforming continuous wheat in long-term profit
Information and general advice about the end point royalty (EPR) collection system is now available online.
Two of the world’s leading agriculture organisations have announced a US$109 million (A$105 million) plan to improve the security of the global network of seedbanks – the basis of future food security.
The GRDC highly values capacity building in the grains industry and as a result invests in various initiatives such as GRDC travel and training awards. These initiatives aim to promote and support the development of strong industry leaders, world