issue 151 march april 2021
This page shows the articles in issue 151 march april 2021 of GroundCover. As articles are developed and published online, the list below will grow until all articles are available.
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Issue 151, March-April 2021 - 04 Mar 2021
A simple Excel spreadsheet is a useful tool to calculate the return on assets before investing in machinery
Issue 151, March-April 2021 - 01 Mar 2021
Plant pathologists are encouraging canola growers to think about their Blackleg risks and how crops will be protected ahead of sowing
Issue 151, March-April 2021 - 26 Feb 2021
Advanced analysis is helping to deploy newly discovered disease resistance genes against Septoria nodorum blotch (SNB) to achieve beneficial levels of protection under paddock conditions
Issue 151, March-April 2021 - 19 Feb 2021
A national survey has shed light on how much money growers spend on machinery-related expenses
Issue 151, March-April 2021 - 09 Feb 2021
A decades-long journey to integrated weed management has broadened to a water management plan, repairing and preventing erosion and levelling melon holes.
Issue 151, March-April 2021 - 08 Feb 2021
The Hamiltons are using the dry summer months to continue repairing gully erosion on steeper country while building contour banks to prevent future damage.
Issue 151, March-April 2021 - 02 Feb 2021
Research to develop higher-yielding varieties that also tolerate disease better is being undertaken to meet growing Asian demand for Australian milling oats
Issue 151, March-April 2021 - 30 Jan 2021
To help meet strong international demand for Australia’s premium durum wheat, new research has identified genetic solutions to maintain yields during drought.
Issue 151, March-April 2021 - 19 Jan 2021
An on-the-job training initiative is helping to upskill early career scientists in grains research
Issue 151, March-April 2021 - 11 Jan 2021
A leading plant pathologist is urging chickpea growers to assess the risk of Ascochyta blight in paddocks and seed before sowing their 2021 crops