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To assess the effect of different rates of CalSap® applied in-furrow on an acidic sand over gravel.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Soil amelioration
east Buntine, ACT
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Increasing yield and reducing risk through early sowing in South Western NSW

Neil Fettell (CWFS) James Hunt, Brad Rheinheimer, Tony Swan, Laura Goward (CSRIO) Barry Haskins, Rachael Whitworth, Mat Ryan (AgGrow Agronomy)

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This trial addresses issues which may be a barrier to early sowing in the region. In particular; 1. What varieties preform well from early sowing? How do winter and long season spring varieties compare? 2.Can early sown crops be managed to avoid excessive vegetative growth and low harvest index, particularly in dry finish? 3. How do early sown y… read more

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Sowing Rate Sowing Timing Variety Type
Rankins Springs, NSW
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To assess the effectiveness and applicability of cultural control practices prior to crop seeding in combination with pre-emergent herbicides for the management of herbicide resistant annual ryegrass in the high rainfall zone of Victoria.

Crop type: Barley,Wheat,Canola 9 trials Herbicide Type Stubble Management
Lake Bolac, VIC Lake Bolac, VIC Lake Bolac, VIC Lake Bolac, VIC Lake Bolac, VIC Lake Bolac, VIC Lake Bolac, VIC Lake Bolac, VIC Lake Bolac, VIC
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To examine the influence of two nitrogen timings: 40kg N/ha applied at tillering (GS22) or first node (GS31) and four fungicide strategies on levels of yellow leaf spot (YLS).

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser Timing Fungicide Type Fungicide Timing
Coreen, NSW
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To test the concept of variations in crop nitrogen dynamics in relation to soil compaction during the 2014 season.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser Type Soil Compaction
Condingup, WA
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Is there a preferred barley variety to grow in a P deficient soil?

Sean Mason and Glenn McDonald (UoA), Bill Bovill (CSIRO), Willie Shoobridge and Rob Wheeler (SARDI)

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To investigate responses to phosphorus (P) fertiliser of common wheat and barley varieties on a P deficient soil

Crop type: Barley,Wheat 2 trials Variety Type
Condowie, SA Condowie, SA
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To test the effect on grain protein by late application of N fertiliser.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser Type Fertiliser Rate Fertiliser Timing Fertiliser Form
Kerang, VIC
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To evaluate the impact of late nitrogen application timings on wheat protein levels.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser Fertiliser Type Fertiliser Rate Fertiliser Timing
Mullaley, NSW
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To evaluate the impact of late nitrogen application timings on wheat protein levels.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser Fertiliser Type Fertiliser Rate Fertiliser Timing
Tummaville, Qld
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To evaluate the impact of late nitrogen application timings on wheat protein levels in wheat.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser Fertiliser Type Fertiliser Rate Fertiliser Timing
Tummaville, Qld
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To evaluate the impact of late nitrogen application timings on wheat protein levels.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser Fertiliser Type Fertiliser Rate Fertiliser Timing
Yallaroi, NSW
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To determine the effect of various legume treatments on the grain yield and quality of subsequent wheat production

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Crop Rotation Fertiliser Rate
Hart, SA
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To investigate the potential of organic matter inputs to increase yield and improve soil health.

Crop type: Barley,Oats,Wheat,Canola 4 trials Variety Type
Buntine, WA Buntine, WA Buntine, WA Buntine, WA
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Lime incorporation into acidic sandplain soils in the West Midlands and beyond

Stephen Davies (DAFWA), Peter Negus, Dennis Martin, Anne Wilkins (WMG), Dave Gartner (AgLime), Wes Lefroy (Precision SoilTech) and Peter Newman (Planfarm)

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To improve understanding of the range of tillage implements and techniques available to incorporate lime into acidic soils, their respective costs and benefits.

Crop type: Wheat,Canola,Lupins,Barley 96 trials Soil amelioration
Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Badgingarra, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Dandaragan, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA Mingenew, WA
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Long term tillage and rotation trial

John Small (CWFS) Barry Haskins (AgGrow Agronomy & Research)

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To compare no till farming techniques against conventional farming methods over 5 different cropping rotations: No-till • all weed control by herbicides or narrow windrow burning • sown with NDF single disc seeder • stubble retained where possible Conventional • weed control both by herbicides and cultivation • sown with NDF single … read more

Crop type: Wheat,Fallow,Field peas,Canola 4 trials Crop Rotation Stubble Management
Merriwagga, NSW Merriwagga, NSW Merriwagga, NSW Merriwagga, NSW
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Long-term P trial

Brett Coxon (Summit), Rebecca Jenkinson (Living Farm), Sarah Hyde and Sheree Blechynden (Facey Group)

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To investigate the effect of phosphorus application rates and strategies over a number of years on the growth and yield of wheat.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser Type Fertiliser Rate
Yealering, WA
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To demonstrate whether current seeder set ups within the region are capable of successfully sowing wheat into a pasture with no-till. 

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Stubble Management
Jamestown, SA
Trial Report Unavailable
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Management of soilborne Rhizoctonia disease risk in cropping systems

VVSR Gupta, John Kirkegaard (CSIRO), Alan McKay, Kathy Ophel-Keller, Nigel Wilhelm (SARDI), Daniel Huberli, Bill McLeod (DAFWA), David Roget (CSIRO, deceased December 2013)

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A series of multi-year field trials were conducted at sites in SA, Victoria and NSW to determine key soil, environment and management factors influencing the pathogen dynamics and disease impact in cereal crops.

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Aims:

To determine the maximum attainable grain yield for a given location and year, and to quantify the contributions.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Inoculant Sowing Sowing Timing
Tamarang, NSW
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To determine how management with foliar fungicide and an in-furrow fungicide may influence the yield response of long season wheat varieties with an early sowing opportunity.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fungicide Fungicide Method
Eneabba, WA
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To asses the effect on crop yield of multiple rates and application strategies of micronutrient fertilizers in soils deficient in the target micronutrients (copper, zinc, manganese, boron and molybdenum)

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser Fertiliser Rate Fertiliser Timing Fertiliser Application Fertiliser Method
Temora, NSW
Trial Report Unavailable
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To asses the effect on crop yield of multiple rates and application strategies of micronutrient fertilizers in soils deficient in the target micronutrients (copper, zinc, manganese, boron and molybdenum)

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser Fertiliser Rate Fertiliser Timing Fertiliser Application Fertiliser Method
Farm Beach, ACT
Trial Report Unavailable
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To asses the effect on crop yield of multiple rates and application strategies of micronutrient fertilizers in soils deficient in the target micronutrients (copper, zinc, manganese, boron and molybdenum)

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser Fertiliser Rate Fertiliser Timing Fertiliser Application Fertiliser Method
Harden, NSW
Trial Report Unavailable
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Mechanism of weed suppression in early vigour and weed suppressive wheat genotypes

James Mwendwa, Leslie A Weston and William B Brown (NSW DPI and Charles Sturt University)

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To report on mechanisms of weed suppression in early vigour and weed suppressive wheat genotypes.

Crop type: Wheat 2 trials Variety Variety Type
Condobolin, NSW Wagga Wagga, NSW
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Modelling ewes grazing dual-purpose wheat

SR McGrath, JM irgona and MA Friend (Charles Sturt University)

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To use the simulation software AusFarm was used to model a mixed-farming system at Wagga Wagga with Merino ewes joined to terminal sires and grazing lucerne-subterranean clover pasture over a 41-year period.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Grazing
Wagga Wagga, NSW
Source Data Unavailable
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To report on trials showing the value of nitrogen.

Condobolin, NSW
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Crop type: Wheat 2 trials Fertiliser Rate Fertiliser Timing
Dookie, VIC Yarrawonga, VIC
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To determine if there are any benefits to increased productivity and carbon cycling on a yellow sandplain soil through mechanical incorporation.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Soil Preparation
West Buntine, WA
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To evaluate the impact of slow release Urea products on yield, grain quality and economics.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser Fertiliser Type Fertiliser Rate Fertiliser Timing
Gunnedah, NSW
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To determine the amount of N contributed by a faba bean crop in the following season.

Crop type: Wheat,Faba beans 2 trials Crop Rotation
Kerang, VIC Kerang, VIC
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To evaluate the impact of timing and method of nitrogen application using commercial equipment.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser Fertiliser Rate Fertiliser Timing
Goondiwindi, NSW
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To evaluate the impact of slow release Urea products on yield, grain quality and economics in wheat. 

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser Fertiliser Type Fertiliser Rate Fertiliser Timing
Moree, NSW
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To evaluate the impact of slow release Urea products on yield, grain quality and economics in wheat. 

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser Fertiliser Type Fertiliser Rate Fertiliser Timing
Moree, NSW
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To evaluate the impact of slow release Urea products on yield, grain quality and economics.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser Fertiliser Type Fertiliser Rate Fertiliser Timing
Narrabri, NSW
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To evaluate the impact of late nitrogen application timings on wheat protein levels in wheat. 

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser Fertiliser Type Fertiliser Rate Fertiliser Timing
Tummaville, Qld
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Agricultural soils are the main source of emission of the greenhouse gas (GHG) nitrous oxide (N2O) to the atmosphere. N2O is a potent GHG which lasts in the atmosphere for 114 years and has a global warming potential of approximately 300 times greater than that of carbon dioxide over a 100 year timescale. Agriculture accounts for 16% of Australi… read more

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Crop Type Fertiliser Rate
Wanilla, SA
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To measure and quantify N2O emissions from wheat grown in rotation with canola, pulses and legume pastures at two sites in low and medium/high rainfall farming systems of the Eyre Peninsula, while assessing best management practices that local farmers can adopt to reduce the risk of N2O losses and ultimately improve the paddock’s crop producti… read more

Crop type: Wheat 2 trials Crop Type Fertiliser Rate Fertiliser Timing
Minnipa Agricultural Centre, SA Wanilla, SA
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To measure N20 emitted by vetch, field peas and wheat stubble over summer and to determine whether
top-dressed inhibitor-treated and slow release urea products influence N2O emissions.

Crop type: Wheat,Field peas,Vetch 12 trials Crop Type Fertiliser Stubble Management
Jamestown, Jamestown, Jamestown, Condobolin, NSW Condobolin, NSW Condobolin, NSW Horsham, VIC Horsham, VIC Horsham, VIC Mildura, VIC Mildura, VIC Mildura, VIC
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To measure N20 emitted by vetch, field peas and wheat stubble over summer and to determine whether top-dressed inhibitor-treated and slow release urea products influence N2O emissions.

Condobolin, NSW Condobolin, NSW Condobolin, NSW Condobolin, NSW Jamestown, SA Jamestown, SA Jamestown, SA Jamestown, SA Horsham, VIC Horsham, VIC Horsham, VIC Horsham, VIC Mildura, VIC Mildura, VIC Mildura, VIC Mildura, VIC
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Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Variety Type
Forth Rd, Don, TAS
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To compare the most profitiable phosphrous (P) fertlisier rate and to compare the effectivness of banded potassuim (K) to topdressed (K)

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser Type
Binnu, WA

Important Caution The results of this trial may have been impacted by unusual or adverse events
Low rainfall
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To (i) identify gaps in soil descriptions for the Esperance and Albany Zones (this project will assist growers to make better informed decisions when it comes to addressing their soil constraints and crop management decisions); and (ii) upskill growers and industry on the tools and models available to them and how to interpret the data generated… read more

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Soil Soil Type
Nyabing, WA
Trial Report Unavailable Source Data Unavailable
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To assess the crop tolerance of a number of broadleaf sprays on Bonnie Rock

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Herbicide Type Herbicide Rate
Binnu, WA
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To compare K fertiliser strategies and to investigate the effect of K supply on N.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser Application
East Carnamah, WA
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To examine the difference in profitability between low and high input cropping practices over an extended period of time and to determine the effect these practices are having on soil carbon.

Crop type: Wheat,Field peas,Canola 3 trials Sowing Sowing Rate
East Dalwallinu, WA East Dalwallinu, WA East Dalwallinu, WA
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To compare the sprouting susceptibility of new and existing wheat and barley varieties.

Crop type: Wheat,Barley 2 trials Variety
Wemen, VIC Wemen, VIC
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To determine the comparative performance of alternative crops and pastures as pest and disease breaks in an intensive cereal phase. In low rainfall regions of south-eastern Australia broad-leaf crops make up only a very small proportion of the total area of sown crops. 

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Crop Type
Minnipa Agricultural Centre, SA
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To screen a range of winter crop herbicides for residual efficacy in wheat.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Herbicide Herbicide Type Herbicide Rate
Boggabri, NSW
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To screen a range of winter crop herbicides for residual efficacy in wheat.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Herbicide Herbicide Type Herbicide Rate
South Wandobah, NSW
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To screen a range of winter crop herbicides for residual efficacy in wheat.

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Herbicide Herbicide Type Herbicide Rate
Westmar, QLD
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