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Ground Cover Supplement: Soil Biology Editorial Building on the outcomes of the previous soil biology initiative (2002 to 2006), this...
The search is on for soils that contain biology which will suppress root lesion nematodes...
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High moisture grain generates heat when put into a sealed silo, providing ideal conditions for mould and insect growth.
A new survey has revealed that the time and resources needed to bring a new GM crop to market has peaked at 13 years and US$136 million.
Natural root disease control identified in WA
Flexible farming systems will be the focus of the GRDC Technical Research Updates in February.
The first of two state-of-the-art grain research facilities has opened at Merredin in Western Australia.
Nematodes can be a useful biological indicator of soil health and new DNA tests are being developed to provide a rapid assessment method
The UK’s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has granted approval to Rothamsted Research to conduct GM wheat field trials in 2012 and 2013.
Ground Cover Supplement: Soil Biology Editorial Building on the outcomes of the previous soil biology initiative (2002 to 2006), this five-year program – ‘Harnessing the biological potential of our soils’ – focuses on just that.
New methods are being developed to more reliably measure the impacts of changing farming practices on soil microbiology
The search is on for soils that contain biology which will suppress root lesion nematodes