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/

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Years: 2014 to 2015
7 published trials
7 uploaded trial reports
7 trial sites
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This project investigated available technology tools for farmers to make in-season management decisions for grain farming in the Esperance Port Zone (EPZ). Until recently, Yield Prophet was the most well-known yield estimation tool, however there are now other options becoming available. SEPWA looked at how other in-season management tools measu… read more

Mt. Ney, WA
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This project investigated available technology tools for farmers to make in-season management decisions for grain farming in the Esperance Port Zone (EPZ). Until recently, Yield Prophet was the most well-known yield estimation tool, however there are now other options becoming available. SEPWA looked at how other in-season management tools measu… read more

Scaddan, WA
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This project investigated available technology tools for farmers to make in-season management decisions for grain farming in the Esperance Port Zone (EPZ). Until recently, Yield Prophet was the most well-known yield estimation tool, however there are now other options becoming available. SEPWA looked at how other in-season management tools measu… read more

Neridup, WA
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This project investigated available technology tools for farmers to make in-season management decisions for grain farming in the Esperance Port Zone (EPZ). Until recently, Yield Prophet was the most well-known yield estimation tool, however there are now other options becoming available. SEPWA looked at how other in-season management tools measu… read more

Condingup, WA
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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: Barley 1 trial Fertiliser Type Soil Compaction
Cascade, WA
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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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To test the concept of variations in crop nitrogen dynamics in relation to soil compaction during the 2014 season.

Crop type: Barley 1 trial Fertiliser Type Soil Compaction
Mt. Ridley, WA
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