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To compare the tolerance of legume and canola varieties to a range of herbicides and timings.

Hart, SA
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To compare the tolerance of legumes and canola varieties to a range of herbicides and timings.

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  • To maximise yield of new field pea varieties through the identification of optimum sowing dates.

Crop type: Field peas 1 trial Sowing Sowing Timing
Minnipa, SA
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  • To maximise yield of new field pea varieties through the identification of optimum sowing dates.

Crop type: Field peas 1 trial Stubble Stubble Management
Minnipa, SA
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To discuss ‘tillage rotation’ as a way to rehabilitate compacted subsoil and increase yield and profit.

Birchip, VIC
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  • To maximise yield of new field pea varieties through the identification of optimum sowing dates,
    and to confirm yield advantages from previously identified best practice blackspot management
    strategies

Crop type: Field peas 1 trial Sowing Sowing Timing
Hart, SA
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  • To compare and identify optimum sowing times of 6 field pea varieties to maximise grain yield and agronomic performance.
  • To investigate whether field pea production in low rainfall areas is improved through stubble management in terms of grain yield, disease infection or harvestability.

Crop type: Field peas 1 trial Sowing Sowing Timing Stubble Stubble Management
Minnipa, SA
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GRDC has funded a programme to address this issue and one of the projects within this programme is developing an improved understanding and implementation of management practices for brassica and pulse crops, pastures and other options to reduce the risk of crop failure and improve whole farm profitability in low rainfall south-east Australia.read more

Appilla, SA
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  • To determine whether sowing inter-row in standing stubbles varying in stubble height will benefit yield of field pea, lentil and chickpea varieties.

Minlaton, SA Pinery, SA
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Adopting profitable crop sequences in the South Australian Mallee

Michael Moodie, Todd McDonald (MSF), Nigel Wilhelm (SARDI) and Ray Correll (Rho Environmetrics)

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  • Trials were implemented to compare break crop productivity and profitability on major soil types in the northern South Australian Mallee. This information will help farmers in the region to select the most appropriate break crop for their farming system.

Loxton, SA Waikerie, SA
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To investigate whether plant growth affected by sodic subsoils.

Condobolin, NSW Forbes, NSW Parkes, NSW Tottenham, NSW
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To shed some light on why cereals yielded so much better compared with pulse crops and canola in the southern Mallee in 2001.

Birchip, VIC
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