Continuous cereal cropping in the Mallee region in the past decade has caused high nitrogen requirements; Mallee Sustainable Farming is...
In May, GRDC chairman Keith Perrett and the Victorian Minister for Agriculture and Food Security, Peter Walsh, turned the first...
Pesticide efficacy is a function of application or spray volume, which must be altered according to stubble load, canopy size,...
Knowing your water quality and how to treat it can greatly improve the outcome of spray operations...
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Former GRDC deputy chair and board member Dr Tim Healey died on 5 May at the age of 68. In serving on the GRDC board from 1993 to 1999, Dr Healey applied his high-level expertise gained from a career in finance and economics, including an executive
Understanding the biological and chemical make-up of insect signals could lead to the development of a new diagnostic tool for detecting pest-infected grain.
Growers keen to catch a glimpse of a new high-yielding lupin variety need to plan a visit to a farm near Dandaragan, Western Australia, this spring.
In northern New South Wales in 2008 and 2009 significant levels of stripe rust were reported in commercial Sunvale crops, a variety released in 1995 with moderate resistance (MR) to the disease.
Starlings, mice, feral pigs, foxes and even feral cats are in the sights of a new mobile phone information resource developed by the Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre (CRC).
The CICILS 2013 International Pulse and Trade Industries Convention provided a forum for researchers and health professionals from around the world to focus on the health benefits of legumes.
GRDC 2013 Grains Research and Business Updates for Growers and Advisers in Northern and Southern regions
Northern New South Wales grower Andrew Earle is drawing on research trial findings for new tactics to help consolidate his family’s farming operation after a major cropping expansion.
Mark Wandel’s approach to dealing with the likelihood of wet weather during harvest in the Esperance region is to harvest early and harvest fast.
In May, GRDC chairman Keith Perrett and the Victorian Minister for Agriculture and Food Security, Peter Walsh, turned the first sod to ceremonially mark the start of construction of the new Australian Grains Genebank at Horsham, Victoria.