Wheat curl mite (WCM) is a vector of wheat streak mosaic virus and a new website has been established to...
The MacKillop Farm Management Group, in South Australia’s south-east, is working to help growers choose and use precision agriculture tools....
For the past 25 years grain production in some areas has struggled to meet the maximum water use efficiency proposed...
Crop models are being used widely in the water use efficiency initiative to illustrate the impact of management changes in...
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A commitment to adapting varieties to the high-rainfall zone (HRZ) has earned Southern Farming Systems (SFS) acclaim for its role in increasing the region’s contribution to the Australian grains cheque over the past decade.
Norm Jenzen has sown 45 hectares of NuSeed variety GT61 on the 5400-hectare farm he runs at Cunderdin with his wife Debra and father Robert. He has been able to sow GM canola because limited commercial-scale trials have been approved for Western
The soil across Aaron Sanderson’s farm at Ayr, 88 kilometres south of Townsville in northern Queensland, has “come alive” since he began incorporating corn trash and growing legumes in paddocks that were once dominated by sugarcane.
The Federal Government is to allocate almost $2 million specifically to investigate why productivity growth in the grains sector is slowing and what is impeding the uptake of new technologies and varieties by growers.
The Federal Government has allocated $6 million to the GRDC to work with farmer groups on increasing soil cover and reducing erosion over more than two million hectares of cropland.
Global climate scientists are painstakingly digitising records from old, hand-written archives, such as Captain Cook’s ships’ logs, in a bid to reconstruct 250 years of world weather.
Wheat curl mite (WCM) is a vector of wheat streak mosaic virus and a new website has been established to help growers better understand this pest.
A new website has been established to help prolong the use of glyphosate as a weed control.
Ground Cover’s popularity as an information-packed publication for professional grain growers has spread far and wide, as Richard Heath, deputy chair of the GRDC’s Northern Panel, discovered while visiting the US recently.
The MacKillop Farm Management Group, in South Australia’s south-east, is working to help growers choose and use precision agriculture tools.