Western Australian growers are urged to find out how cutting-edge research presented at the recent Agribusiness Crop Updates can help them on-farm.
A Western Australian benchmarking study shows the highest return on equity is found in low-rainfall areas and that wheat yield is a key profit driver generally.
A crop simulation study shows that dry seeding on light soils in a low-rainfall area of Western Australia can, over time, measurably increase yields and profits.
Issues facing Western Australian grain growers will shape the agenda of the 2012 Agribusiness Crop Updates, for which topics and speakers are now being sought.
Holt Rock grower Gavin Hill is armed with a range of tools to reduce the impact of herbicide resistance and frost on his farming business.
Cropping consultants are encouraging growers with limited cash to run a “simple and conservative” cropping program this season.
Variable rate technology that communicates reliably regardless of its make or model is on the horizon with the ongoing development of an international standard
For the first time, videos of research presentations from the 2011 Agribusiness Crop Updates are available online.
A young WA grain grower is using a low-drift, self-propelled spraying system to boost herbicide effectiveness when managing weeds
An efficient and accurate spraying set-up plays an important role in Ashley Ramm’s cropping business at Nyabing, Western Australia.
The GRDC update programs have a long and successful track record to maintain