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.

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Years: 2003 to 2017
724 published trials
262 uploaded trial reports
48 trial sites
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Can soil organic carbon be increased in a continuous cropping system in the low to medium rainfall zone?

Harm van Rees and Anne Jackman (Cropfacts Pty Ltd), Sarah Noack (Hart Field Site Group) and Jeff Baldock (CSIRO)

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To determine whether soil organic carbon be increased in a continuous cropping system in the low to medium rainfall zone.

Crop type: Barley,Wheat,Canola 72 trials Fertiliser Stubble Stubble Management
Temora, NSW , SA Hart, SA Birchip, VIC
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To compare the performance of new barley varieties against the current industry standards.

Crop type: Barley 1 trial Variety Variety Type
Hart, SA
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  • To assess simple nitrogen management strategies to determine the best return on investment from fertiliser nitrogen applications.
  • To determine within a crop rotation (wheat, barley and canola) where was your fertiliser dollar best spent over a number of seasons.

Crop type: Wheat,Barley,Canola 3 trials Fertiliser Fertiliser Rate
Hart, SA
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To report on a three year strategy to manage clethodim resistant ryegrass without oaten hay.

Crop type: Barley,Wheat,Canola,Field peas 4 trials Crop Crop Type Crop Rotation Herbicide Herbicide Type
Hart, SA
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To investigate selection of the right rotation and herbicide strategy for brome grass management.

Crop type: Barley,Wheat,Canola,Lupins 4 trials Herbicide Herbicide Type
, SA
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To compare the performance of new barley varieties and lines against the current industry standards.

Crop type: Barley 1 trial Variety Variety Type
Hart, SA
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To evaluate the performance of several different pre-emergent herbicides and their mixtures on brome infestation in barley.

Crop type: Barley 1 trial Herbicide Herbicide Timing
, SA
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To investigate the effects of different rates of nitrogen +/- plant growth regulator (PGR) treatment on plant height, lodging, head loss and yield.

Crop type: Barley 1 trial Fertiliser Growth regulator Variety Variety Type
Hart, SA
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Overdependence on agrichemicals – UNFS barley grass trial

Barry Mudge (Barry Mudge Consulting for Upper North Farming Systems (UNFS))

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  • To explore the effectiveness of cultural methods of grass suppression which do not involve the use of herbicides.
  • To find practices which both maximise crop yield in the presence of background grass populations and also suppress weed seed carry-over.

Crop type: Barley 1 trial Herbicide Sowing Sowing Rate
Appila, SA
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  • To Identify sites and to assess under which circumstances (yield potential, fertiliser prices) high rates of P are economical.
  • To identify varieties that have greater PUE in P deficient soils.

Crop type: Barley,Wheat 6 trials Variety Variety Type
, SA Condowie, SA
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To investigate effects of soil amelioration methods on subsoil constraints and the benefots to grain yields in the Mid-North of SA.

Crop type: Barley 3 trials Soil Soil amelioration
, SA Hart, SA
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Brome grass management. Part II: paddock monitoring across the Mid-North

Sarah Noack (Hart), Peter Hooper (Hooper Consulting), Ben Fleet, Sam Kleemann, Chris Preston and Gurjeet Gill (UoA)

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To investigate selection of the right rotation and herbicide strategy for brome grass management.

, SA
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To compare the performance of new barley varieties and lines against the current industry standards.

Crop type: Barley 1 trial Variety Variety Type
Hart, SA
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Managing clethodim resistant ryegrass without oaten hay

Sam Kleemann, Gurjeet Gill, Chris Preston (UoA), Sarah Noack and Peter Hooper (Hart)

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To conduct a multi-year trial to determine the effects of crop sequence and low, medium and high intensity management strategies to reduce clethodim-resistant ryegrass

Crop type: Barley,Wheat,Canola,Field peas 12 trials Crop Crop Rotation Herbicide Herbicide Type
Hart, SA
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Managing stubble and fertiliser to increase soil carbon

Sarah Noack (Hart Field Site Group), Harm van Rees (Cropfacts Pty Ltd) and Jeff Baldock (CSIRO)

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To add normal, as required to optimise yield potential, and extra amounts of nutrients (N, P and S) to different stubble managements (intact, incorporated and removed) to see if SOM levels could be increased.

Crop type: Barley,Wheat,Canola 12 trials Crop Rotation Stubble Stubble Management Stubble Height
Hart, SA
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New fungicide options in barley

Sarah Noack and Peter Hooper (Hart Field Site Group) and Nick Poole (Foundation for Arable Research Australia)

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To demonstrate newly available fungicide products in comparison to existing standards.

Crop type: Barley 1 trial Fungicide Fungicide Type
Hart, SA
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To quantify the economic benefit to farmers of:

  • applying high application rates of phosphorus (P) on moderate buffering soils (phosphorus buffering index PBI) across a range of sites with different yield potentials, and
  • comparing three-four common wheat and barley varieties to assess their Phosphorus Use Efficiency (… read more
Crop type: Wheat,Barley 2 trials Fertiliser Fertiliser Rate Variety Variety Type
Pinery, SA
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To compare the performance of new barley varieties and lines against the current industry standards

Crop type: Barley 1 trial Variety Type
Hart, SA
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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
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To compare the performance of three seeding systems and two nitrogen strategies

Crop type: Barley 1 trial Fertiliser Rate Soil Preparation
Hart, SA
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Optimising cultivar x time of sowing in wheat and barley

James Hunt (CSIRO), Sarah Noack and Peter Hooper (Hart Field Site Group)

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To investigate optimum time of sowing for individual wheat cultivars with different maturities

Crop type: Barley 1 trial Sowing Timing Variety Type
Hart, SA
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To investigate the effect of full stubble retention compared with other stubble management methods and seeding
technologies.

Hart, SA
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To investigate the effect of full stubble retention compared with other stubble management methods and seeding technologies.

Crop type: Barley 1 trial Stubble Stubble Management Stubble Height
Hart, SA
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Wheat in the crop rotation

Sarah Noack and Peter Hooper (Hart Field Site Group)

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To investigate where wheat performs best in a crop rotaion.

Hart, SA
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To compare the competing demands of timeliness of sowing versus sowing to maximise establishment (deep versus dry sowing, or waiting for adequate rainfall later in the season).

Crop type: Barley 1 trial Sowing Sowing Timing Variety Type
Hart, SA
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