Other GRDC online initiatives and resources are listed below. These initiatives are an important source of grains related information and have been integrated with the OFT research applications where suitable. Please follow the links below to access further information.
Yield Gap Australia is an interactive map based tool for grain growers, agronomists, research funders and policy makers. It shows the extent and geographic distribution of the yield gap (the gap between actual and potential crop yield) of rainfed wheat and canola crops in Australia.
See more at Yield Gap Australia.
National Variety Trials is a national program of comparative crop variety testing with standardised trial management, data generation, collection and dissemination. This is managed through an internet accessed database that ensures a common approach and uniformity across the system.
See more at National Variety Trials.
GrowNotes are your one-stop shop for regional trial results and best practice recommendations. Presented as an online flip-book, each set of GrowNotes provides an overview of the crop and a range of farm practice reference notes, and backs them up with trial results and best-practice recommendations, so you can make informed farm management decisions about your crop.
See more at GrowNotes.
The GRDC website provides access to grains research, development and extension information from across the three grain cropping regions. It contains information for grains industry stakeholders to help enhance the productivity, profitability and sustainability of Australian grain growers.
See more at GRDC.
The GRDC Communities online platform provides access to the most relevant, timely and credible information to grain growers, advisors, industry, and technical experts. The GRDC Communities foster an environment where practitioners and experts collaborate across organisations, state borders, and areas of expertise, to discuss, develop, exchange and publish information that is important to the Australian grains industry