Author: Sue Knights12 results found:
Author: Dr Sue Knights, 19 Oct 2020
A grain protectant, inspired by an insecticidal molecule found in Australian native flora, is soon to become part of the integrated pest management toolbox. Its low toxicity and new mode of action may provide growers with increased flexibility and profitability from being better able to optimise grain sales.
Author: Dr Sue Knights, 17 Oct 2020
An industry stocktake has determined that lack of knowledge and growers’ attitudes to risk might be impeding their involvement in pest management decisions and their adoption of new and novel integrated pest management approaches. Provision of pest knowledge and grower and adviser support, together with sustained RD&E, is critical to drive this change.
Author: Dr Sue Knights, 13 Oct 2020
The first year’s results from a landmark collaborative project across the Australian rural industries have shown high levels of community trust in grain growers. Areas of community uncertainty were also identified that provide opportunities for rural industries to further strengthen community trust to ensure the industry’s sustainability.
Author: Dr Sue Knights, 12 Jul 2020
Digital image technology set to bring improved accuracy and efficiency to pulse quality evaluation
Author: Dr Sue Knights, 04 Jul 2020
Future opportunities for Australian pulse growers in Pulse Australia Ltd. road map.
Author: Sue Knights, 20 Dec 2019
Crop yield benefits and longevity are key factors in the economics of subsoil manuring.
Author: Sue Knights, 10 Dec 2019
Microbiology is applied to unravel the role of fungi and bacteria in soil aggregates.
Author: Sue Knights, 25 Sep 2019
Research focuses on mapping soil constraints that are contributing to wheat yield gaps.
Author: Sue Knights, 23 Aug 2019
Experts blend biological and environmental frameworks for complex analysis of NVT data.
Author: Sue Knights, 06 Aug 2019
Variety selection is easy and reliable with the robust NVT Online