Industry Insights, 30 Aug 2021
GRDC is looking to support PhD students in diverse areas such as data and analytics, machine learning, or farming systems to progress research and innovation that can make a significant difference at a farm level.
Industry Insights, 06 Aug 2021
Grain growers must get the basics right to give themselves the best chance of success. Failure to do so can result in a devastating loss of time, money and effort.
Industry Insights, 02 Aug 2021
After the lifting of a moratorium in place for the past 16 years, the first genetically modified canola crops have been planted in South Australia. Access to GM canola varieties in the state comes on the back of a record 2020-21 harvest, the second-most-valuable on record at $2.5 billion farm gate value.
Industry Insights, 11 Jul 2021
Central Queensland will be the focus of attention for the GRDC Northern Region Panel later this month.
Industry Insights, 09 Jul 2021
Preliminary results from GRDC’s hyper-yielding crops research in New South Wales show superior cultivars that are well-protected against disease are critical levers for producing high-yielding grain crops
Industry Insights, 08 Jul 2021
A Grains Research Update will be held at the Esperance Civic Centre on Friday 6 August. Growers will hear the latest research to guide on-farm decision making.
Industry Insights, 30 Jun 2021
New research is examining the potential for intercropping – the age-old backyard practice of growing two or more crops together – in broadacre cropping systems across the southern grains region. The statewide Victorian study is road testing the productivity and profitability of several approaches to intercropping compared with monoculture cropping as part of the Victorian Grains Innovation Partnership (VGIP).
Industry Insights, 21 Jun 2021
The Australian Export Grains Innovation Centre’s (AEGIC) market and grain quality experts are looking forward to a busy 2021 schedule of webinars targeting customers across Asia.
Industry Insights, 10 Jun 2021
Fermentation is the ancient practice of adding microbial organisms to raw materials, and was originally used as a preserving method. It has become a common technique used to change the form, taste and texture of many foods into products we know and love today, including sourdough bread.
Industry Insights, 26 May 2021
Industry experts will present the latest farm-ready research and share how it could fit within northern grain growing systems at GRDC's Updates.