Sorghum was once the main summer crop planted on David and Gordon Brownhill’s 8000-hectare farm near Spring Ridge in northern...
The GRDC invested $3m in WA to create a new crop-research hub with state-of-the art facilities as part of a...
Identifying the need for a strong and coordinated approach to develop better management options for soil-borne diseases, the GRDC commissioned...
Growers and agronomists use the PreDicta® B DNA test to identify disease risk before planting and also to monitor disease...
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GRDC senior regional manager (north) Jan Edwards says the annual Farm Business Updates are designed to offer practical, relevant advice and information to those in the grains business.
Australians are eating just half the cereal fibre needed for good health, according to a study presented at the Dietitians Association of Australia’s national conference.
A GRDC investment, Online Farm Trials (OFT) (www.farmtrials.com.au), has been set up to allow users to view, analyse and export grains research information.
Keep watch for CMV this spring
We have to grasp the opportunities and, in many instances, create them to shape a future that meets our needs as commercial growers, and those too of our rural economies and communities.
The GRDC invested $3m in WA to create a new crop-research hub with state-of-the art facilities as part of a wider $15m national infrastructure investment to build Australia’s grains research capacity.
Vic grower Steve Lanyon says his New Year resolution is to plant his entire 2018 cropping program, comprising maize, canola, faba beans, barley and wheat, using a new precision approach to seeding.
Following good rainfall in January 2016, Josh was keen to get sowing, but being unable to source a suitable winter canola variety in time he turned to ‘plan B’ and sowed winter barley instead.
Vary tactics to beat resistant ryegrass
Sorghum was once the main summer crop planted on David and Gordon Brownhill’s 8000-hectare farm near Spring Ridge in northern NSW. This year the two brothers are turning more of their land to cotton.