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.”


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Years: 2015 to 2016
2 published trials
3 uploaded trial reports
2 trial sites
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  • OBJECTIVE 1: For growers, researchers and advisers to have a better understanding of the costs and benefits of ‘deeper’ deep ripping versus standard deep ripping and in particular depth of deep ripping required to optimise crop yield and profit.
  • OBJECTIVE 2: To gain a better understanding of whether the higher cost associ… read more

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Soil Compaction
Mingenew, WA
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  • To build an understanding of the current nitrogen use efficiency of four soil types in the Northern Agricultural Region of WA
  • To understand how efficiently applied nitrogen is used in the soil.
  • To educate growers and advisors on how to improve nitrogen use efficiency through a greater understanding of the soil water… read more

Crop type: Wheat 1 trial Fertiliser Application
Mingenew, WA
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