Grains Research and Development

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Workshop ingenuity reins in deep-banding costs

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For southern Queensland grower John ‘Cowboy’ Cameron the need to minimise the initial, high cost of applying phosphorus deep in the soil has led him to adjust a planter he built in the farm workshop for deep-banding fertiliser.

Development may herald new oilseeds industry


The development of unique safflower varieties with unprecedented levels of industrially useful oleic oil has the potential to usher in a new oilseeds industry.

Phosphine Resistance

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How can growers can ensure grain fumigants will continue in the long term to be effective against grain storage insects? Find out on GRDC Driving Agrononmy

Storage Aeration

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Aerating hot grain is one way to control insect pests in silos. The options explained on GRDC Driving Agronomy.