Feathertop Rhodes grass has jumped the fence in southern Queensland to emerge as a major weed of the region’s summer crops
A Brisbane meeting between key regional advisers has demonstrated the value of the Grains Research and Development Corporation’s (GRDC) new approach to addressing crop production issues.
A combination of factors stemming from the long wet season of 2010-11 is said to be causing the low protein levels being reported by Central Queensland (CQ) growers from this season’s summer crop.
Central Queensland wheat growers have seen low protein levels in this season's crop with the likely causes stemming from the long wet season of 2010-11.
Central Queensland was the centre of attention for some of Australia’s key cropping research, development and extension funding decision-makers earlier this month.
Effective desiccation remains a critical part of Mungbean production, harvest and grain quality. The desiccation of large actively growing plant types such as ‘Crystal’ has of recent time presented growers with some difficulties, especially in the presence of excess soil moisture. Commonly these crops have a recent flush of new...
The new Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) northern panel will hit the ground running with a tour of Central Queensland crops and research trial sites in early September.