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  • MacKinnon, Leah; Taylor, Ian; Roberts, Grant; Johnson, Stephen; Charles, Graham (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2012-06-26)
    WEEDpak - A guide for integrated management of weeds in cotton . This weed guide has been updated at intervals since its release - Two chapter -on Herbicide Damage of cotton is and weed ID provided as a seperate document ...
  • Johnson, Stephen (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 2002-08-13)
    WEEDpak is a compilation of information on the management of weeds in the Australian cotton industry. The major theme throughout WEEDpak is the management of weeds through integrated weed management (IWM) principles. It ...
  • Charles, Graham (Cotton Research and Development Corporation, 2014-08-01)
    This guide contains plants frequently found found in within Australian Cotton farming systems. Identification of weeds at this stage will improve management decisions. The weeds are ordered by cotyledon shape and then by ...
  • Charles, Graham (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2012-06-26)
    The intent of this guide is to give cotton growers information relating the impact of known concentrations of a herbicide on crop growth, exposed at a given crop growth stage, on crop growth and development and final yield. ...
  • Charles, Graham (Cotton Research and Development Corporation, 2014-08-29)
    Identification of plants found within the Australian cotton farming systems. This extensively linked document used images of seeds(ordered by size), Seedlings (Broadleaf ordered by cotyledon shape), and mature plants(ordered ...
  • Johnson, Stephen (2001-06-30)
    During the period May 2001 - June 2002 members of the weeds focus team, headed by the co-ordinating editor Dr Stephen Johnson, have worked to produce WEEDpak. The end result is a multi-faceted publication that includes ...
  • Johnston, Stephen (University of New England and Cotton CRC, 2300-06-30)
    The need for a comprehensive and integrated weed identification and management guide for the Australian cotton industry has long been recognised. During May 2001, a meeting was held involving the Australian Cotton CRC ...
  • Unknown author (2015-04-16)
    This is a cardboard folder which contains 14 items - fact-sheets, policy papers, a guide and a bookmark. They are all knowledge products from the Defeating the Weed Menace R&D program. this folder contains the following ...
  • Charles, Graham (1990-08-08)
    This article presents some of the results of the weed survey, which was conducted in 1989, covering 67 600 ha, representing 48% of the NSW cotton area, and involving 52 growers. The survey used a set format, but involved ...
  • Hannon, Fionnuala (GHD, 2011-06-30)
    GHD was contracted to undertake works by the National Program for Sustainable Irrigation through the grant, 2nd Round 2008 National Program for Sustainable Irrigation, Western Australia and the South West Development ...
  • Buchanan, Sam; Triantafilis, John (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 2004-08-12)
    Groundwater, under the right conditions can be of benefit to plants. For example, cotton can derive substantial water from groundwater at depths of around 2.6m (Wanender et al 1979). Excessive exposure to groundwater ...
  • Watkins, Dough; Auricht, Christopher; Edgar, Brendan (2008-10-01)
    This booklet is part of a series that describes the status of data and information relevant to national indicators agreed under the National Natural Resource Management Monitoring and Evaluation Framework. It specifically ...
  • Wade, Mark; Zalucki, Myron; Franzmann, Bernie (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 2002-08-13)
    The important role that beneficial arthropods play in cotton farming systems is increasingly being recognised across the industry. Many growers and consultants are now growing unsprayed 'nursery' crops to generate ...
  • Combrook (1994-08-09)
    One of the few aspects of our industry that is controllable is injury to people. A goal for "The Australian Cotton Growers11 is to aim at a reduction in the insurance rate and to apply for a separate rate classification ...
  • Fitzpatrick, Claire (2008-08-10)
    What do consumers want from Textiles & how does this relate to cotton? Textiles contribute to almost every part of our daily lives, from the most obvious clothing and interior decorations (drape and carpet) and not so ...
  • Land Water and Wool (2003-10-01)
    Factsheet providing general information about the advancements in knowledge of native vegetation in NSW, and how the LWW project has contributed to this. Provides benefits native biodiversity and the proposed key outcomes ...
  • GALMES, R.M. (1986-08-20)
    Like most other major manufacturing industries, cotton spinners in the western world have been constantly pressured by heavy competition from low wage costs countries. That constant pressure to reduce overall production ...
  • Llewellyn, Danny; Fitt, G; Finnegan, E (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 1998-08-14)
    Transgenic plants are rapidly dominating World agriculture and already the produce from millions of acres of transgenic insect and herbicide tolerant cotton, corn, soybean and canola being traded around the World, predominantly ...
  • Spellson, Arthur (2008-08-13)
    Since the completion of the EMS Pathways project the Australian Cotton Shippers Association (ACSA) and Cotton Australia (CA) have been committed to maintaining the momentum the project created by taking on the following ...
  • Wilson, Lewis; Smith, Tanya (2014-08-05)
    The Problem Silverleaf whitefly is costly to manage. Understanding the factors that help control whitefly populations is valuable in preventing and managing outbreaks to reduce the risk of costly sprays and of lint ...

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