Project contributors

Organisations uploading and publishing trials on Online Farm Trials (OFT) are listed below. This list is updated as new groups or organisations share trials on OFT. For further information regarding any of the trials presented on OFT, or to enquire about possible future farm trial research collaboration, please contact the relevant researcher or organisation directly. 

60 organisations found

Ag Grow Agronomy and Research Pty Ltd

Ag Grow Agronomy and Research is an independent agricultural consulting and research company operating in Griffith in South Western NSW.

Working closely with our clients, we offer them a professional agronomy package comprised of farm planning, monitoring and evaluating their cropping and pasture systems, in line with their individual goals.

Contact
0437 214 426
www.aggrowagronomy.com.au

AgInnovate

AgInnovate is a national agricultural extension and change management consultancy group with consultants based across Australia.

We tailor our work with grower groups, research organisations, agribusiness, farm businesses and individuals to ensure you achieve your business and/or industry goals.

Agrarian Management

Agrarian Management employs experienced independent agriculture consultants providing investment grade advice in business management, finance, grain marketing, research and succession planning to high net wealth farm business owners and managers.

The company has a successful record of improving farm financial performance, enhancing the value of farm assets, and guiding successful intergenerational change and off farm investment strategies.

Contact
(08) 9964 5191
craig@agrarian.com.au
OFT information summary
Years: 2015 to 2016
6 published trials
1 uploaded trial reports
6 trial sites

Agriculture Kangaroo Island Incorporated

Agriculture Kangaroo Island Inc. (AGKI) is the peak primary producers organisation on the Island with a charter to represent all primary industries on the Island and ensure a united community voice. AGKI is committed to providing support and opportunities to Kangaroo Island farmers, providing research opportunities across the island and working cohesively with other agencies, organisations and business across Kangaroo Island and Australia to ensure farmers can strive to be more profitable in a sustainable and ethical manner.

Contact
(0427) 313 293
admin@agki.com.au
www.agki.com.au

Birchip Cropping Group

BCG is a not-for-profit agricultural research and extension organisation led by farmers from the Wimmera and Mallee regions of Victoria. Aiming to improve the prosperity of farmers and agricultural communities through farmer-driven innovation, BCG celebrated 20 years of research and extension to the agricultural community in 2012. 

BCG conducts field-based research trials and demonstrations across the Wimmera and Mallee regions spanning up to a 200km radius from Birchip. Across the area, BCG strategically embraces geographically specific issues to ensure that research is relevant to local growers.

Contact
03 5492 2787
info@bcg.org.au
www.bcg.org.au
OFT information summary
Years: 1993 to 2017
1373 published trials
1013 uploaded trial reports
119 trial sites
Contact
0427 086 738
tihollins@bigpond.com
OFT information summary
Years: 2014 to 2014
1 published trials
1 uploaded trial reports
1 trial sites

Central West Farming Systems

Central West Farming Systems (CWFS) is an independent, not-for-profit, farmer driven organisation. We operate in an area covering 14 million hectares in the lower rainfall, mixed farming areas of Central West NSW (350-500mm rainfall).

Formed in 1998, the group now boasts over 300 members made up primarily of farmers but also private and public sector advisers, researchers and agribusiness. CWFS is based centrally at Condobolin but also operates 11 regional sites within a 250km radius of Condobolin.

Contact
02 6895 1025
cwfs@dpi.nsw.gov.au
www.cwfs.org.au
OFT information summary
Years: 2013 to 2016
62 published trials
36 uploaded trial reports
31 trial sites

ConsultAg

ConsultAg is an association of professional consultanting firms who provide a complete range of services to people and farm businesses in agriculture.

OFT information summary
Years: 2012 to 2012
1 published trials
1 uploaded trial reports
1 trial sites

Corrigan Farm Improvement Group

The Corrigin Farm Improvement Group is a grower driven group that aims to provide local agricultural businesses with information on production, environmental and economic sustainability, through trials, field walks and seminars relevant to Corrigin and surrounding areas.

Our Vision is to provide the latest information to agricultural businesses in the local community by conducting appropriate local research and events to enhance our social and economic well-being.

OFT information summary
Years: 2012 to 2012
1 published trials
1 uploaded trial reports
1 trial sites

Cox Inall Communications

Cox Inall Communications is Australia's largest and leading public relations agency working in the Agribusiness and Natural Resource Management arena.

Cox Inall provides expert strategic planning founded on thorough research and industry best practice to assist corporate positioning, profile, reputation management, policy revisions and community consultations.

Department of Agriculture and Food WA

The Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia’s role is to grow and protect Western Australia’s agriculture and food sector. We work professionally and with integrity to help deliver meaningful results to industry, government and the community.

Our department supports the success of the state’s agrifood businesses by delivering our Agrifood 2025+ Strategic plan and, in turn, achieving our vision of ‘a progressive, innovative and profitable agriculture and food sector that benefits Western Australia’

OFT information summary
Years: 1959 to 2016
220 published trials
67 uploaded trial reports
159 trial sites

Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development WA

Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development WA is the amalgamation of the former Departments of Agriculture and Food; Fisheries; Regional Development together with staff from the State’s nine Regional Development Commissions, to provide a strong and unified service for Western Australia’s vital primary industries and regions.

OFT information summary
Years: 2017 to 2017
3 published trials
2 uploaded trial reports
3 trial sites

Department of Primary Industries NSW

The Department of Primary Industries NSW is part of the Department of Industry.

DPI works to increase the value of primary industries and drive economic growth across NSW.

DPI manages a broad range of initiatives from resource to industry, including natural resource management, research and development, pest and disease management, food safety, industry engagement, and market access and competition.

Eyre Peninsula Agricultural Research Foundation

Incorporated in 2004, EPARF provides a leading role in supporting staff and projects at the Minnipa Agricultural Centre and assists in identifying new research opportunities for low rainfall agriculture. EPARF provides a positive link between scientists, farmers, industry stakeholders and builds strength and sustainability through collaboration with other grower groups in southern Australia.

EPARF is managed by a Board. The role of the Board is to consult with and represent the opinions of the farming community on Eyre Peninsula to make informed decisions that will enhance the region’s profitability.

Contact
08 8680 6202
dot.brace@sa.gov.au
eparf.com.au
OFT information summary
Years: 2012 to 2016
34 published trials
32 uploaded trial reports
17 trial sites

Facey Group

The Facey Group is a farmer run group that aims to improve on-farm practice to keep farms healthy and profitable into the future. The group conducts trials, demonstrations and extension works in the local region in addition to tailoring training that enables farmers to adopt practices which they see as beneficial and with the potential to increase their production, resulting in increased profits.

Based in Wickepin Western Australia, the Facey Group is an innovative, highly motivated, organised and well-resourced grower group with a strong focus on our local region in addition to being involved with on of the most well recognised and progressive grower group’s in Australia.

OFT information summary
Years: 2012 to 2014
18 published trials
18 uploaded trial reports
14 trial sites

FarmLink Research

FarmLink Research Limited (FarmLink) is a not for profit agricultural research and extension organisation in southern NSW owned by growers and involves advisers and researchers.  FarmLink’s main objective is to coordinate and communicate private, public and grower group funded research and development activities within in the region.  FarmLink has been operating since 2003.   There are three main parts to the business including research, communication and collaboration.

Federation University Australia

Federation University Australia (FedUni) is one of the nation's leading regional universities. With a reputation for relevance and excellence, FedUni has a strong tradition of education and training delivery spanning more than 145 years. FedUni was the nation's first regional, multi-sector university and is the third oldest site of higher learning in Australia.

Fitzgerald Biosphere Group Inc.

The Fitzgerald Biosphere Group (FBG) is a non-profit community organisation that works with farmers, researchers, industry groups and federal and state agencies to address local production (e.g. diseases, pests and nutrient limitations) and natural resource management issues (e.g. salinity and soil acidification) to ensure the long-term sustainability of the agricultural industry and the communities within the region.

The FBG operates within the Shire of Jerramungup, which is located on the south coast of Western Australia on the western side of the Fitzgerald Biosphere Reserve.

Contact
(08) 98 351 127
eo@fbg.org.au
www.fbg.org.au/

Grower Group Alliance

The Grower Group Alliance (GGA) is a farmer-driven, funded project connecting grower groups, research organisations and agribusiness network across WA.

The Grower Group Alliance project was developed in 2002 by grower groups and is managed by an advisory committee with representation from grower groups, research organisations and private agribusiness. It was funded by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) from 2002 – 2013. The GGA is now proudly supported by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development through Royalties for Regions.

Contact
(08) 6180 5759
admin@gga.org.au
www.gga.org.au/

Hart Field Site Group

Hart is South Australia’s premier agronomic field site, managed by farmers to provide independent information and skills to the industry.

Since 1982, the Hart Field-Site Group have been conducting cropping trials at Hart in the Mid-North of South Australia. These trials are focussed on being relevant to the broad-acre farming community and are conducted independently. The substantial trials site at Hart is available for inspection throughout each growing season at Hart Crop Walks and Field Days and for student/farming group tours by appointment.

OFT information summary
Years: 2010 to 2014
42 published trials
42 uploaded trial reports
4 trial sites

International Plant Nutrition Institute

The International Plant Nutrition Institute (IPNI) is a not-for-profit, science-based organization dedicated to the responsible management of plant nutrition for the benefit of the human family. IPNI began operating in January of 2007 and now has active programs in Africa, Australia/New Zealand, Brazil, China, Eastern Europe/Central Asia and Middle East, Latin America-Southern Cone, Mexico and Central America, Northern Latin America, North America (Canada and U.S.A.), South Asia, and Southeast Asia.

Contact
+61353 812673
rnorton@ipni.net
www.ipni.net
OFT information summary
Years: 2011 to 2012
5 published trials
0 uploaded trial reports
5 trial sites

Irrigated Cropping Council

The Irrigated Cropping Council (ICC) is a not-for-profit Organisation established in 1999. The constitutional objectives of the entity are focussed on advancing the understanding of the mixed farming sector commitment to innovative research.

ICC has 240 individual members involved in agriculture in Northern Victoria and Southern NSW representing farming, advisory, research and other agribusinesses.

ICC reaches over 700 people annually through our events, activities and communications, with farmer representation across the ICC region and beyond.

OFT information summary
Years: 2013 to 2016
48 published trials
46 uploaded trial reports
2 trial sites

Liebe Group

The Liebe Group is a grower driven, not for profit organisation in the Wheatbelt of Western Australia. It is a leading ‘grass roots’ group in Western Australia and has a continually growing membership. This grass roots drive ensures the group remains relevant, timely and valuable to the local farmers and gains industry cooperation. The Liebe Group provides access for members to new ideas, innovation, research and networks all over Australia.

The group conducts research & development and provides information to 120 farm business members in the Dalwallinu, Coorow, Perenjori and Wongan Ballidu Shires, which encompasses a land area of approximately 1,000,000 ha. 

OFT information summary
Years: 2002 to 2017
517 published trials
512 uploaded trial reports
143 trial sites

Living Farm

Living Farm are a York based R&D and consultancy business who work extensively with farmers, agribusiness, research institutions and government departments throughout the Western Australian Wheatbelt and Ord Valley, Kununurra. Over the last six years of operation Living Farm have built a solid and loyal client base and gained a reputation for returning quality trial sites and a high level of data integrity with a focus on open communication with clients.

OFT information summary
Years: 2013 to 2013
2 published trials
2 uploaded trial reports
2 trial sites

Lower Eyre Agricultural Development Association

LEADA is committed to providing support and attracting research activity to the Lower Eyre Peninsula.

It is driven by local issues and the search for solutions that suit local systems.

A grower group that specifically addresses issues and solutions to improve farming systems in your area. 

MacKillop Farm Management Group

MFMG is a leading provider of research and extension for agricultural systems.

MFMG develops and delivers innovative and sustainable farming practices through collaborative research, communication and extension for the benefit of members and the agricultural industry across the South East of South Australia, Western Victoria and beyond.

 

OFT information summary
Years: 2010 to 2013
53 published trials
49 uploaded trial reports
7 trial sites

Mallee Sustainable Farming Inc.

Mallee Sustainable Farming (MSF) Inc. is a farmer driven organisation delivering research and extension services to the less than 350 mm rainfall Mallee cropping regions of New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia. MSF operates within a region of over four million hectares, extending beyond Balranald in the east to Murray Bridge in the west.

Contact
03 5024 5835
admin@msfp.org.au
msfp.org.au/
OFT information summary
Years: 2013 to 2016
39 published trials
36 uploaded trial reports
18 trial sites

Mingenew-Irwin Group

MIG covers approximately 320 000 hectares within the shires of Mingenew and Irwin, with close to 200 farm businesses being active members. This equates to approximately 95% of farmers in the Mingenew area.

MIG was formed in 1994 based on a need for locally driven Research and Development. The group has grown substantially. In recent years MIG’s trial program has included approximately 70 trials, with up to 350 people attending field days. The group now employs seven staff who work on a variety of funded projects to provide services to members.

MIG’s aim is to “Promote and develop economic and environmentally sustainable agriculture through research, planning, monitoring and demonstrating best practice.”

Contact
(08) 9928 1645
admin@mig.org.au
www.mig.org.au/
OFT information summary
Years: 2015 to 2016
2 published trials
2 uploaded trial reports
2 trial sites

National Variety Trials

The NVT program was established in 2005 by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) and is managed by the Australian Crop Accreditation System Limited (ACAS). It is a national program of comparative crop variety testing with standardised trial management, data generation, collection and dissemination. This is managed through an internet accessed database that ensures a common approach and uniformity across the system.

Contact
(+61) 3 9889 4212
info@nvtonline.com.au
www.nvtonline.com.au

North East Farming Futures

NEFF is a group of farmers in the north east agricultural region looking to support each other as they develop new farming activities that will lead to a viable future for their individual business and the north east agricultural region (NEAR).

Collectively in the NEFF region there are 311 farm business members, covering 4 shires and 1.6 million hectares.

OFT information summary
Years: 2010 to 2017
62 published trials
51 uploaded trial reports
35 trial sites

Northern Agri Group

The Northern Agri Group was formed in 2003 to represent the farmers in Binnu, Ajana and Ogilvie. Since this time they have expanded to include Northampton. There are diverse interests within the group but sustainability and improving yield by whatever means available is important to the group, as well as farming to deal with changing climatic conditions.

OFT information summary
Years: 2016 to 2016
1 published trials
0 uploaded trial reports
1 trial sites

Northern Grower Alliance

Northern Grower Alliance (NGA) is an Incorporated Association that was established in 2005 to provide a regional capacity for industry-driven, applied agronomic research into the challenges of grain production.

NGA is currently working on a five year project, fully funded by GRDC, focusing on the validation and adoption of new agronomic practices in northern NSW and southern QLD.

Contact
+61 7 4639 5344
admin@nga.org.au
www.nga.org.au
OFT information summary
Years: 2011 to 2017
369 published trials
286 uploaded trial reports
190 trial sites

Northern Sustainable Soils

Northern Sustainable Soils aims to increase Water Use Efficiency (WUE), and hence productivity on the northern soils. This will be achieved through replicated trial work and the subsequent extension of information to the network of farmers and industry contacts in the group.

OFT information summary
Years: 2010 to 2015
24 published trials
24 uploaded trial reports
6 trial sites

Partners in Grain

For more than 15 years Partners in Grain Inc (PinG) has been a successful and active not-for-profit organisation providing professional development opportunities to farming businesses across Australia. As PinG evolved, the five individual regions within the organisation (NSW, QLD, Vic/Tas, SA & WA) developed their own unique strengths and strategies tailored to the needs of growers in their area.

Hence, to enable the regions greater opportunities and efficiencies, in June 2017 Partners in Grain Inc ceased operating as a national organisation, the regions became their own entities and the Partners in Grain Alliance was established.

Working as a national Alliance fosters a network for communication, support, partnerships and shared programs, whilst maintaining independence and relevance to the regional areas.

Each of the members of the Partners in Grain Alliance continues to deliver “locally relevant, personalised training” that is guided by the direction of local growers and industry associates.

Planfarm Pty Ltd

Planfarm commenced in 1974 as a partnership of Peter Falconer, John Abbie and Ken Boughton all New Zealanders who came to Western Australia in the 1960’s as agricultural advisors to work in the many farm improvement groups which were established at that time.

Planfarm now have a presence across the Western Australian wheatbelt however our key focus has not changed and that is to deliver value to our clients by quality independent advice tailored to meet their individual goals.

Today we are proud to service over 480 farmers including some of the state’s most successful and innovative farmers.

Contact
(08) 9284 1044
www.planfarm.com.au/
OFT information summary
Years: 2013 to 2014
2 published trials
2 uploaded trial reports
2 trial sites

Precision Agriculture Pty Ltd

Precision Agriculture are Australia's leading provider of precision agriculture services.

Whether it's on-farm, for industry or government they collect, measure and interpret data to find opportunities for technology to deliver savings and unlock potential. They provide practical assistance and support to apply their findings to the real world.

We foster partnerships with leading suppliers in order to bring the latest in technology to our customers with products and services from around the globe. With offices around the country and a team dedicated to advancing our industry, we have the knowledge, technology and skills to deliver leading precision agriculture services tailored to our customers' needs.

Precision Agronomics Australia

Precision Agronomics Australia (PAA) is a truly unique business that was formed in 2005. The vision of PAA is to close the Precision Agriculture loop ensuring that farmers obtain profit and production gains through the implementation of variable rate technology.

Precision Agronomics Australia is a professional consultancy business, specialising in precision farming practices. PAA consists of agronomy consultants and precision farming specialists servicing the whole of Western Australia.

The PAA approach to Precision Ag is to provide a service that integrates the three essential components critical to the success of implementing VRT: data collection and processing; agronomy consultation/prescriptions; and, machinery implementation.

OFT information summary
Years: 2014 to 2014
1 published trials
1 uploaded trial reports
1 trial sites

Ravensthorpe Agricultural Initiative Network Inc

Ravensthorpe Agricultural Initiative Network (RAIN) is a farmer driven group focused on best practice farming systems and the sustainable use of natural resources in the Ravensthorpe area on the South Coast of Western Australia.

RAIN was established in 2001 by the Ravensthorpe Land Conservation District Committee members who saw the need for a wider focus and a central network to coordinate landcare and production projects across the region.

RAIN is governed by a committee comprising representatives of the various geographic areas of the shire and is well supported by the community.

 

OFT information summary
Years: 2014 to 2014
1 published trials
0 uploaded trial reports
1 trial sites

Riverine Plains

Riverine Plains Inc is a not for profit, farming systems research and extension organisation that services cropping and mixed farmers in north east Victoria and southern NSW.   

We have a membership base of over 315 farming families spread across a wide geographical area.  Our members farm as far north as Lockhart and Henty in NSW and as far south as Euroa and Shepparton in Victoria.  The majority of our members are dryland farmers though a number also have access to irrigation.

OFT information summary
Years: 2004 to 2016
114 published trials
114 uploaded trial reports
24 trial sites

SARDI Minnipa Agricultural Centre

The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) provides research and development services to the state government, commercial clients and research partners to help make South Australia’s primary industries and regions internationally competitive and ecologically sustainable.

SARDI’s programs are designed to increase the productivity, sustainability and adaptability of the state’s agriculture, food and wine, fisheries and aquaculture and bioscience enterprises, create opportunities for market growth, address barriers to growth and provide applied solutions.

The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) operates the Minnipa Agricultural Centre (MAC). MAC serves the cereal growing areas of the Eyre Peninsula, which produces on average 40 to 45% of South Australia's wheat. Research and development conducted at the Minnipa Agricultural Centre includes development of innovative, best practice farm management practices for low rainfall environments.

School of Agriculture, Food and Wine - The University of Adelaide

The School of Agriculture, Food and Wine represents a world-class concentration of scientific research, education and product conferring capability, with infrastructure and resources at the Waite Campus of the University of Adelaide with a number of research partners.

The School is the centrepiece of the Southern Hemisphere’s largest collection of expertise in plant genomics, crop improvement, sustainable agriculture, animal science, dryland farming, horticulture, viticulture and oenology.

Shire of Kent

The Shire of Kent is located in the Great Southern of Western Australia approx 320Km from Perth, it is made up of two towns Nyabing & Pingrup. The Shire covers approxiamtely 6,500 suqare Kms and is predominately an agricultural area with many Wheat & Sheep farmers.

Shire of West Arthur

The Shire of West Arthur, located in the State's 'Central South' Region, is 2,850 square kilometres and encompasses the townsites of Darkan, Duranillin and Arthur River. Darkan is the administrative centre for the Shire of West Arthur.

OFT information summary
Years: 2012 to 2012
1 published trials
1 uploaded trial reports
1 trial sites

Society of Precision Agriculture Australia

SPAA is a non-profit and indepedent membership based group formed in 2002 to promote the development and adoption of precision agriculture (PA) technologies.

The association aims to be the leading advocate for PA in Australia and through this role improve the profitability and sustainability of agricultural production systems via the adoption of PA.

Contact
0437 422 000
info@spaa.com.au
www.spaa.com.au
OFT information summary
Years: 2010 to 2011
61 published trials
61 uploaded trial reports
58 trial sites

SoilsWest

The SoilsWest (agriculture) alliance is an independent entity focused on providing a pathway for the discovery and development of soil research to improve both profitability and soil resource management across the Western Australian grains industry.

A foundational partnership between the University of Western Australia (UWA) and Department of Agriculture and Food WA (DAFWA), SoilsWest is currently made up of a group of highly skilled, independent soil science professionals with complementary scientific and research capabilities, research and industry networks, and infrastructure and technology.

The partnership works to develop and deliver strategic research projects supporting the WA grains industry in particular, but also contributes nationally to the Australian grains industry through innovative soil research. SoilsWest invites wider input and partnerships from other local, state and Commonwealth government institutions, industry and grower groups, agribusiness, Universities as well as specific interest groups.

The SoilsWest alliance provides a ‘marketplace’ and network of discipline focused connections to improve integration between the soil science communities, optimise existing collaborations, provide prospective funding opportunities, provide training and education opportunities, and provide parallel soils information and technologies to ensure the continued development of economic farming systems and food chain security.

OFT information summary
Years: 2012 to 2014
4 published trials
2 uploaded trial reports
3 trial sites

South Australian No-till Farmers Association

The South Australian No-Till Farmers Association (SANTFA) is a non-profit farmer driven organisation that is led by a committee of volunteers. SANTFA has, over its seven years of growth, successfully promoted the benefits of no-till farming systems and conservation farming in general and now has over 1000 financial members across South Australia.

Contact
(08) 8125 6502
admin@santfa.com.au
www.santfa.com.au
OFT information summary
Years: 2009 to 2015
9 published trials
8 uploaded trial reports
8 trial sites

South Australian Research and Development Institute

The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) provides research and development services to the state government, commercial clients and research partners to help make South Australia’s primary industries and regions internationally competitive and ecologically sustainable.

SARDI’s programs are designed to increase the productivity, sustainability and adaptability of the state’s agriculture, food and wine, fisheries and aquaculture and bioscience enterprises, create opportunities for market growth, address barriers to growth and provide applied solutions.

OFT information summary
Years: 1936 to 2017
211 published trials
0 uploaded trial reports
76 trial sites

South East Premium Wheat Growers Association

SEPWA is a farmer initiated group that was started in 1993 to represent wheat growers in the Esperance Port Zone.

The group was formed to address the perception that wheat from the south east was of inferior quality to that of wheat from other regions and set about assisting growers in the region to produce premium quality grain to improve our market position.

SEPWA has moved on since this original aim but still strongly retains it as part of its major objectives and in more recent times has expanded into barley and canola.

Today SEPWA's role is to improve profitability and sustainability of Esperance Port Zone grain growers.

Contact
08 9083 1152
eo@sepwa.org.au
www.sepwa.org.au/
OFT information summary
Years: 2014 to 2015
7 published trials
7 uploaded trial reports
7 trial sites

Southern DIRT

Southern Dirt is one of Western Australia’s leading grower groups, encompassing some of WA’s most productive land and representing some of the states’ most innovative farmers. Our region extends from Boddington to Frankland and everywhere in between from the coast to the Wheatbelt.  An area that encompasses over 2600 mixed farming enterprises.

Supported by a dedicated committee of farmers and industry specialists our aim is to create and sustain vibrant, healthy, prosperous farms and communities.

OFT information summary
Years: 2012 to 2014
8 published trials
7 uploaded trial reports
6 trial sites

Southern Farming Systems

Southern Farming Systems is a farm driven, non-profit organisation helping higher rainfall farmers with practical research and information that produces sustainable results.

Contact
03 5265 1666
office@sfs.org.au
www.sfs.org.au
OFT information summary
Years: 1996 to 2016
942 published trials
878 uploaded trial reports
81 trial sites

Southern Pulse Agronomy

The Grains Research and Development Corporation-funded Southern Pulse Agronomy program has made a significant contribution to the rise in pulse production across the south through improvements in crop agronomy and development of management practices that aim to ensure the long-term profitability of pulses for the region's growers.

Also funded by Agriculture Victoria and the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI), Southern Pulse Agronomy is integrated with Pulse Breeding Australia (PBA), assisting with germplasm enhancement programs for the delivery of new varieties that are well suited to growers’ evolving farming systems.

Stirlings to Coast Farmers

SCF works with a number of research partners to conduct paddock scale trials each year, as well as coordinating canola disease surveys and herbicide resistance testing.   In recent years there has been an increased focus on trials looking at incorporating a pasture phase in the cropping rotation. Our Vision is to deliver credible, relevant research and information to benefit our members.

OFT information summary
Years: 2014 to 2015
7 published trials
7 uploaded trial reports
5 trial sites
Contact
0429 843 025
ty@tekag.com
OFT information summary
Years: 2014 to 2014
1 published trials
1 uploaded trial reports
1 trial sites

University of Adelaide

The University of Adelaide is a place where world-leading researchers come together in first class facilities to address some of the world's grand challenges. As a member of the Group of Eight, a coalition of Australia's most research-intensive institutions, the University is a destination of choice for highly talented researchers, students, government and industry partners.

Contact
8 8313 4455
https://www.adelaide.edu.au/

Upper North Farming Systems

Upper North Farming Systems is a dynamic group of local farmers, advisers and researchers who are committed to maximising the profitability of farm businesses, by testing and adopting robust and sustainable farming practices across the Upper North farming districts of South Australia.

OFT information summary
Years: 2011 to 2014
21 published trials
17 uploaded trial reports
12 trial sites

West Midlands Group

West Midlands Group is recognised as one of the leading grower groups in WA.

It prides itself on ensuring members like you, review up to date information on crop and pasture research, natural resource management, horticulture research and the role of women in agriculture. Our local focus ensures you get up to date information that’s relevant to your business.  You’ll save hours of your valuable time normally wasted trying to actually find the information you really need.

OFT information summary
Years: 2009 to 2016
233 published trials
61 uploaded trial reports
64 trial sites

Yeruga Crop Research

Yeruga Crop Research aims to conduct research projects and consultancies both in Australia and internationally.

Contact
427 608306
trent@yeruga.com.au

Yorke Peninsula Alkaline Soils Group

Established in 1999, the YP Alkaline Soils Group (YPASG) is a not for profit farming – community focused organisation that has brought together a broad range of farmers, researchers and advisors from all districts to collectively address and challenge common barriers associated with farming in an alkaline soil landscape. The aim of this collaboration is to conduct trials and deliver research workshops based on the requirements of its 150 farmer members.