Author: GRDC221 results found:
Author: GRDC, 17 May 2021
GRDC and the Australian Sunflower Association will run workshops in Pittsworth and Gunnedah to share the latest research with growers and advisers.
Author: GRDC, 14 May 2021
The development of ‘long coleoptile’ genetics that allow wheat plants to establish on moisture deeper in the soil has attracted strong interest from grain growers.
Author: GRDC’s Applied RD&E Group and the Genetic and Enabling Technologies Group, 13 May 2021
GRDC is targeting profitable disease management in pulses and oilseeds through active disease surveillance and diagnostics, pathogen biology, epidemiology (how diseases function in the environment), genetic solutions and the development of integrated disease management packages.
Author: GRDC, 12 May 2021
Growers with high moisture sorghum are encouraged to start harvest with a clear strategy in place to dry grain.
Author: GRDC, 11 May 2021
An increase in bait mixing concentration was expected to be well received by industry, especially as many growers were currently battling high mouse numbers ahead of winter crop planting.
Author: GRDC, 30 Apr 2021
Growers need to understand their soil constraints before considering deep ripping.
Author: GRDC, 27 Apr 2021
With seeding ramping up across many parts of the southern region, growers are being reminded of the importance of monitoring and maintaining soil phosphorus levels in order to maximise yield and profit.
Author: GRDC, 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.
Author: GRDC, 14 Apr 2021
Grain growers are encouraged to have ladders meeting Australian standards in order to safely conduct maintenance and monitor grain.
Author: GRDC, 31 Mar 2021
The large area sown to canola in NSW last year meant there would be significant areas of canola stubble in 2021 producing blackleg inoculum.