On-farm trials recast dual-purpose cropping into more profitable practice on Bradley family’s 1020-hectare mixed-farming operation....
Scientists have unravelled the genetic secrets of the barley plant, allowing them to understand which genes control barley’s adaptability to a...
Grain & Graze was the first national collaboration on mixed farming in Australia....
Crop stubbles are a useful source of feed after harvest when green pasture is scarce, and grazing helps to reduce...
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Growers in the Kwinana East Port Zone are using a wide range of practical tactics to conserve and use soil moisture in response to increasingly fluctuating rainfall and variable soil types.
Cuballing grower Roger Newman says the key take-home message from his first harvest with the integrated Harrington Seed Destructor (iHSD) is the need to harvest with a different attitude
Alex farms with his parents Tom & Amanda, whom says sporadic, rainfall, total of 110mm for the year, called for a staggered approach to their seeding operation over more than four months.
The five GRDC-sponsored scholars for 2017 are Matthew Burge and Zac Gallagher of Queensland, Matthew Hyde of Western Australia, Tahlia Noonan of Victoria and Emily Sinderberry of NSW.
Australia’s plant biosecurity has been strengthened after Plant Health Australia & the nation’s 7 plant R&D Corporations, including the GRDC, announced a new research partnership.
‘Warm and dry’ characterised the season start across large swathes of southern and western Australia – and climate models predict this will continue. It was a different story in the north.
Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture technical officer Rebecca Fish seeds six canola lines into a trial site at Cressy, Tasmania, as part of research to optimise grain yields in the high-rainfall zone.
Vigilant monitoring played a major role in the detection of lupin anthracnose, detected during routine crop inspections by an agronomist.
Stuart Gall: minimising disease risk requires a disciplined approach to rotations.
Scientists have unravelled the genetic secrets of the barley plant, allowing them to understand which genes control barley’s adaptability to a range of climatic challenges and environmental stresses