Mark Pearce has been forced to replace chemical herbicides with a combination of tools and tactics to counter herbicide resistance...
As the 2016 International Year of Pulses nears, this year’s Australian Grains Industry Conference heard how India is emerging as...
Investment in the management of non-wetting soils is best done at the farm scale, within the farm business investment capacity...
A range of management strategies has been developed to offset the impact of water repellence on crop production....
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As the 2016 International Year of Pulses nears, this year’s Australian Grains Industry Conference heard how India is emerging as a key market for Australia’s $1.6 billion pulse industry.
Neutralising value and particle size are the key indicators of lime quality.
About 200 people attended the inaugural GRDC Growers’ Day, which kicked off the Australian Grains Industry Conference in Melbourne at the end of July.
Based on research findings that show safety-conscious farming businesses are among the most profitable, the 2015 National Farm Safety Week theme encouraged growers to adopt practical safety measures that also deliver higher returns.
The status and role of Ground Cover as the GRDC’s premier publication serving the grains industry has been reinforced with two of its writers being honoured in the 2015 Australian Council of Agricultural Journalists awards announced on 31 July.
Trade and investment were major topics for discussion at the Australian Grains Industry Conference (AGIC) in Melbourne at the end of July, attended by more than 1000 delegates
Pulse production has been a substantial part of total grain production in Australia for more than 30 years. By 2015, pulses were sown on 1.5 million hectares throughout the country, producing close to 1.9 million tonnes with a commodity value of
More than 200 grain growers gathered on the Hamilton family’s property at Inverleigh in south-west Victoria mid-year to examine the performance of different seeding machinery and set-ups.
Surveys between 2005 and 2014 of growers in South Australia with acid soils indicate 40 to 50 per cent believe liming to be too expensive – due to lime sources being too far away and expensive to transport – especially in years and areas of low
Western Australian ‘home cook’ Alison Victor was announced the winner of the Australian 2016 International Year of Pulses (IYP) Signature Dish Competition at the Australian Grains Industry Conference Gala Dinner in Melbourne in July.