OFT is a web based system that provides open and free access to on-farm, or field based, cropping research trial data and information.
History of OFT
The Online Farm Trials (OFT) initiative was established in 2013…
All trial data, information and documents hosted on Online Farm Trials are contributed by individuals or organisations…
Search trials and topics of interest.
Trial project information and data can be uploaded to OFT using the web-based OFT Administration (Admin) Centre.
OFT on your website
An embeddable version of the OFT search interface, or widget, has been designed for use on external websites.
Be advised that the data and information on this website: may not be accurate, current or complete; is subject to change without notice; is continually being validated, enhanced and updated…
Expression of Interest
If you are interested in using OFT to host trial information, please complete and submit an expression of interest.
Contact and Connect
Connect with OFT
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For general project enquiries please contact: The OFT Team, Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation, Federation University Australia
Feedback or suggestions in relation to sharing trial research information would be greatly appreciated…
Agriculture PhD scholarships are currently being offered by the Centre for eResearch and Digital Innovation (CeRDI) at Federation University Australia
How to use this site
How to use this site includes; User Guides, Videos, Frequently asked questions, and Useful links.
Videos include; The OFT story, Why participate in the OFT project?, Search and Filter Tools, Viewing Trial Information, SFS Case Study.
Other GRDC online initiatives and resources are listed here…
The OFT search interface contains trial research data and information from contributing researchers and organisations across Australia.
Frequently Asked Questions
Through consultation with a range of grain industry stakeholders and experts, a number of common questions have been identified…