International and local studies are finding that improved farm management is the key to unlocking the genetic potential of crops...
By Eammon Conaghan While nature takes about 300 million years to turn plant residue into a tank of fuel, a...
It is time that the worth of pastures to graingrowers is better understood, say Mike Gout and Steven Jones...
Project: Pathology support for lucerne improvement including germplasm enhancement. John Irwin....
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Project: Pathology support for lucerne improvement including germplasm enhancement. John Irwin.
Greg Bender, GRDC Program Consultant
Project: Breeding lucerne for Southern Australian cropping districts. Alan Humphries.
Project: Improved crop yield after a perennial grass pasture. Sarah Ellis and John Angus.
Project: National Rhizobium Program - developing and delivering high quality rhizobial inoculants to the Australian grains and pasture industries. David Herridge.
Project: National Annual Pasture Legume Improvement Program - Queensland Component. Bruce Pengelly, Graham Crocker and Cristine Hall.
Project: National Annual Pasture Legume Improvement Project - Western Australia. Angelo Loi
Five research investment corporations have come together to enhance the vital role that pastures play in the production of meat, wool, grains, milk and fodder. Greg Bender.
Project: Innovative solutions to subsoil constraints for a profitable and environmentally sustainable grains industry in WA. Mike Wong and Senthold Asseng
Project: Breeding improved lucernes for cropping systems in eastern Australia, Phase II . Tim O'Brien.