issue 165 july august 2023
This page shows the articles in issue 165 july august 2023 of GroundCover. As articles are developed and published online, the list below will grow until all articles are available.
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Issue 165, July-August 2023 - 2023-09-14T09:00:00+10:00
Grown together as companion crops, wheat and chickpeas can yield well – food for thought in regions where chickpeas are popular but provide little stubble cover for water infiltration.
Issue 165, July-August 2023 - 2023-08-04T09:00:00+10:00
Pushing sowing boundaries can pay off and points to how transformational research can help meet climate demands.
Issue 165, July-August 2023 - 2023-08-03T09:00:00+10:00
Economic thresholds and guidelines are being established so growers can decide when to treat fall armyworm.
Issue 165, July-August 2023 - 2023-08-02T09:00:00+10:00
After a quarter of a century in stored grain research and extension, Philip Burrill is retiring
Issue 165, July-August 2023 - 2023-07-11T09:00:00+10:00
A novel form of soil amelioration is opening rocky laterite country for more efficient farming in Western Australia. Specialist equipment is being deployed to pulverise this rock and Scott Young at Cuballing has found it has both direct and indirect benefits to his cropping operations.
Issue 165, July-August 2023 - 2023-07-10T09:00:00+10:00
Reefination is a novel mechanical form of soil amelioration specific to lateritic rock formations. It is finding a role in Western Australian cropping systems where improvements in paddock performance are being achieved, as illustrated by Scott Young at Cuballing.
Issue 165, July-August 2023 - 2023-07-07T09:00:00+10:00
Election to the Royal Society for Professor Rajeev Varshney means he has joined the ranks of esteemed international scientists including Sir David Attenborough and Norman Borlaug. It is a significant honour, especially for an agricultural scientist, that brings with it a role to support and promote excellence in science.
Issue 165, July-August 2023 - 2023-07-06T09:00:00+10:00
The Australian Pest Genome Partnership has prepared its first 28 genomic datasets and will soon make these assets publicly available to organisations interested in researching ways of controlling some of Australia’s top pest and invasive species. The datasets include mosquitoes, khapra beetle, cane toads, fall armyworm, foxes, feral pigs and cats, as well as weeds such as wild radish, rye and rat’s tail grasses.
Issue 165, July-August 2023 - 2023-07-05T09:00:00+10:00
The iMapPESTS project has provided an international proof of concept for a surveillance and reporting system designed to help growers protect crops against airborne pests and pathogens. The project has integrated automated sentinel traps, traditional and new genetic diagnostic techniques and a cloud-based data platform that provides public access reports on target pest and pathogen species.
Issue 165, July-August 2023 - 2023-06-28T09:00:00+10:00
A revolution in the management of data from past, present and future GRDC co-investments is underway. In a collaboration that harnesses digital technology, the Data Partnerships Initiative is unlocking a treasure trove of information and building data management expertise.