Cereals, 21 Aug 2021
To help growers make informed cropping decisions, GRDC has invested in several guides which are available from the GRDC website.
Cereals, 20 Aug 2021
Preliminary results for barley from the Hyper Yielding Crop project in Western Australia indicate yield could be boosted through sourcing more appropriately adapted varieties.
Cereals, 16 Aug 2021
A seamless phenology pipeline is being developed by GRDC to deliver customised sowing dates for varieties to improve crop productivity. It is the collective effort of local and international researchers.
Cereals, 29 Jul 2021
GRDC is driving research to deliver innovative new crop traits and information for growers to make successful sowing decisions
Cereals, 28 Jul 2021
Long coleoptile wheats are being regionally tested to provide agronomic and farming systems guidelines for growers to use to improve wheat production under a changing climate and increased enterprise size.
Cereals, 26 Jul 2021
Changing climate and increasing enterprise size are driving the need for new plant traits that maximise yield potential under these changing conditions. The long coleoptile trait is one example.
Cereals, 14 Jul 2021
A novel means of 'resetting' wheat development is being explored to manipulate flowering time. In concert with the research, innovative methods of extending the information to growers are being tested.
Cereals, 10 Jul 2021
Key lessons have been delivered by a southern NSW collaborative project to guide decision-making to better match wheat varieties to cropping environments: understand the phenology of commercial wheat varieties, use the right variety for the right sowing date and remain disciplined with sowing dates.
Cereals, 07 Jul 2021
Experimental trials have shown the potential for spring-sown barley to yield more than 10 tonnes per hectare in Tasmania. This is the finding of a national trial program spanning five states as part of the GRDC-invested hyper-yielding crops (HYC) project, led by Field Applied Research (FAR) Australia.
Cereals, 20 Apr 2021
The development of ‘long coleoptile’ genetics that allows wheat to access moisture deep in the soil has attracted strong interest from growers looking to maximise yields in a warming and drying climate.