Virus-borne diseases can be a significant risk to canola and pulse crops early in the season, threatening yield potential if...
The latest wheat research information and WA-interpreted trial results are now available at growers’ fingertips....
Spore trapping and disease-monitoring research is helping to develop accurate disease forecasts, so that growers can implement more timely and...
Understanding the seasonal conditions that trigger sclerote germination and disease spread could greatly improve sclerotinia management....
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The Cripps family at Ogilvie is part of a new movement in the northern agricultural region pushing canola row spacings wider to reduce risks and cut costs.
A new GRDC Growers Day will be hosted by the Australian Grains Industry Conference (AGIC) to encourage grower participation in the annual event in Melbourne.
The latest wheat research information and WA-interpreted trial results are now available at growers’ fingertips.
Virus-borne diseases can be a significant risk to canola and pulse crops early in the season, threatening yield potential if conditions are conducive to their development. However, entomologist Dr Paul Umina says 2014 research confirmed many green
The ability of canola to compensate for early aphid damage supports the increased use of natural enemies to control aphid outbreaks
Western Australian agriculture needs $600 billion in new investment by 2050 to achieve its export potential, a new report has concluded.
The late crop researcher Dr David Roget has been remembered with an award named in his honour and presented by Mallee Sustainable Farming (MSF) to agronomist Michael Moodie.
Northern New South Wales grain grower and GRDC chair Richard Clark met with grain growers from southern NSW at the FarmLink Research Annual General Meeting (AGM) held in March. While at the AGM, Mr Clark heard about GRDC-supported research underway
GRDC board member John Woods reminded the near 600 attendees at the WA Agribusiness Crop Updates in February that Australian grain growers are competing against the world and that research to overcome crop production constraints was central to
At the Western Australian Agribusiness Crop Updates, prominent science commentator Dr Karl Kruszelnicki urged growers and the grains industry generally to be vigilant against pressure groups that “cherry pick” research data to push unscientific