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Region: West, 22 Feb 2021
During WA's premier grains research forum, global herbicide resistance expert Stephen Powles was awarded the rarely presented GRDC Seed of Gold award.
Region: West, 01 Feb 2021
WA growers can learn about the latest research and innovations at the upcoming Regional Grains Research Updates in March.
Region: West, 28 Jan 2021
The Update will cover the science of storing carbon in WA grainbelt soils, the obligation to store carbon for either 25 or 100 years, and the on-farm practicalities of adopting the initiative.
Region: West, 27 Jan 2021
Western Australian grain growers are encouraged to register early for the upcoming Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Farm Business Updates at Esperance, Goomalling and Williams.
Region: West, 16 Jan 2021
The highly variable soils in Western Australia can be prone to over or under-fertilising, but a carefully considered sampling strategy can help resolve this.
Region: West, 10 Jan 2021
A suite of improved rhizobia strains that are better adapted to acidic soils are being evaluated for release. Performance of the strains has been shown to be regionally specific and awareness is being raised of management practices that may affect rhizobia nodulation and activity.
Region: West, 24 Dec 2020
Registrations are now open for Perth's grains research forum in 2021.
Region: West, 19 Dec 2020
The combined effects of changing farming practices and climate are driving the need to update nutrient management strategies for crop production in Western Australia. Innovative technologies and new insights into nutrient cycling are set to inform these improved strategies.
Region: West, 15 Dec 2020
Severe wind events in the Western Australian grainbelt in 2020, especially in May, demonstrated that wind erosion after summer/autumn soil amelioration is a serious problem. Both ameliorated and non-ameliorated paddocks blew, but community attention focused on recently ameliorated and exposed soil.
Region: West, 09 Dec 2020
Long-term fixes to non-wetting soils, such as inverting, mixing and claying by ploughing, spading, delving and clay spreading, are expensive and unlikely to be implemented across a grower's whole non-wetting area in one or even several seasons. Shorter-term and strategies can be used on some parts of the farm while growers simultaneously fix non-wetting issues using longer-term approaches on other areas of a property.