Region: North237 results found:
Region: North, 09 May 2022
Researchers have estimated the lasting impacts of legumes on canola
Region: North, 06 May 2022
Cover crops show their weed suppression credentials
Region: North, 04 May 2022
The National Mungbean Improvement Program is entering its fifth iteration and aims to address how to assess gains in grain quality stability that can no longer be visually detected, while using pre-breeding screening methods to identify improved heat tolerance germplasm.
Region: North, 19 Apr 2022
A research team from NSW Department of Primary Industries, with GRDC co-investment, is interrogating a historical collection of canola varieties to assess their plant architecture. They are testing the hypothesis that modifications in canola plant architecture provide ways to improve yield by matching plant characteristics to farming situations and environments.
Region: North, 18 Apr 2022
Various research projects are helping improve mouse plague modelling and management, including the ability to better predict a plague’s end point
Region: North, 17 Apr 2022
A risk management approach, learned from previous experience, helped Bruce Watson somewhat mitigate damage from the recent mouse plague
Region: North, 13 Apr 2022
NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) Research Officer, Sean Bithell, said there was a risk that Phytophthora root rot would be widespread across the northern region this season, with ongoing rain providing ideal conditions for the disease and volunteer crops supplying an alternate host for the pathogens over summer.
Region: North, 12 Apr 2022
It is early days, but long coleoptile wheat research in Central and Southern Queensland has the potential to boost yields
Region: North, 09 Apr 2022
Re-evaluating sowing dates to balance crop stress against crop potential could boost wheat yields in Central Queensland
Region: North, 07 Apr 2022
A new research effort underway at the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries is looking to identify key seed characteristics that improve open-pollinated (OP) canola establishment and practices that produce these in grower retained seed lots.