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Climate change is just one variable that graingrowers need to consider when making cropping plans and it should be considered...
Victorian Partners in Grain chair, Maureen Barry of Manangatang, has a way with words. Following some gentle arm-twisting to contribute...
Interactive web-conferencing offers some wonderful opportunities for geographically dispersed rural people. But like a lot of new technologies, the set-up...
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The GRDC has won the Risk Management Award at the NAB Agribusiness Awards for Excellence 2007.
Early reports from the 2007 harvest indicate the season - for wheat, barley and canola - may have finished better than originally expected.
Victorian Partners in Grain chair, Maureen Barry of Manangatang, has a way with words. Following some gentle arm-twisting to contribute to this Ground Cover supplement, she wrote the following poem depicting the cyclical and complex art of grain
A standard approach to disease ratings has been instigated by the National Variety Trials (NVT) with GRDC support. NVT manager Alan Bedggood says it is important that protocols are standardised across Australia. "We need to talk a common language
GRDC Northern Panel member Bill Yates 'walks the talk' when he says education is the most important issue for Australian farmers
The 2007 winter crops harvest has now largely been completed. In some areas yields were slightly better than forecast, while in other areas results were very disappointing, reflecting the difficult seasonal conditions. It is hoped that the recent
Joy Angwin is a partner in a 2760-hectare cropping and prime lamb production business. Her main areas of responsibility are office administration, grain marketing, business planning and decision-making, but she also drives machinery and helps with
Climate change is just one variable that graingrowers need to consider when making cropping plans and it should be considered in context with other factors, says Dr Ian Foster a climatologist with the Department of Agriculture and Food, Western
Turning failing cereal and canola crops into hay in 2006 and 2007 has not only been an economic savior for Lockhart growers the Day family, it has subsequently earned a regular place in their grain-growing program.
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