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  • Frager, Lynette (Research and Development Centre Rural Industries (RIRDC), 2002-06-30)
    The health status of male farmers in Australia, especially injury related is worse than their urban peers. Non-intentional injury on Australian farms results in around 150 deaths, 6,500 hospital admissions, and 6,000 workers ...
  • Tillman, Linda (2013-06-05)
    The Junee Rhythm n Rail Festival aims to promote Junee as a desired tourist destination by showcasing its unique rail heritage and local musical talent. - Conference Poster 2013
  • Crone, E.J; Sutherland, T.D; Campbell, P.M; Oakeshot, J.G (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 2002-08-13)
    Two key hormones, ecdysone and juvenile hormone, control metamorphosis and moulting in insects. Stated simply, the role of juvenile hormone in insect development is to determine the type of moult that is undertaken by the ...
  • Campbell, Peter; Sutherland, Tara; Russell, Robyn; Oakeshott, John; Crone, Erica (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 2000-08-16)
    Alternative technologies for insect pest control are becoming increasingly important as a result of increasing insecticide resistance in the cotton pest Helicoverpa armigera the move towards ecologically sustainable ...
  • Schellhorn, Nancy (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2012-03-27)
    The relative timing of pest and beneficial arrival in the crops, and how the landscape context facilitates or hinders colonization processes is thought to be one of the key processes of lower pest populations. Early removal ...
  • Land & Water Australia (2005-11-01)
    Variability is a feature of the Australia's climate that primary producers, natural resource managers, water suppliers and government know only too well. In 1992 several industry Research and Development Corporations and ...
  • Australian Irrigation Technology Centre (2002-10-18)
    The 'Know The Flow' project was initiated in 1997 to address issues relating to the accurate measurement of the delivery of irrigation water to farms. The current most common method, the Dethridge Wheel, was perceived to ...
  • LWA (2005-09-01)
    The need to communicate research outputs in ways that are relevant, useful and timely for the intended end-users has long been recognised, and now there is an increasing recognition of the importance of managing for and ...
  • McCleary; Spriggs, Shelly (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 1998-08-14)
    The imperatives for a comprehensive training scheme in the cotton industry are easily identifiable: looming skills shortage, new and complex technologies to be adopted, best management practices to be implemented and the ...
  • Skewes, Mark; Phogat, Vinod; Falivene, Steven; Treeby, Michael (2012-05-10)
    Drip irrigation/fertigation ("advanced fertigation", "open hydroponics") is being adopted by the Australian citrus industry. Hardware sophistication and the complexity of management regimes being used vary enormously; from ...
  • Knowledge for Regional NRM (2006-11-01)
    There has never been greater public investment in natural resource management (NRM) in Australia, or in research that provides the information and knowledge to improve it. A challenge exists to ensure that this ever ...
  • Day, Peter (National Program for Sustainable Irrigation, 2010-06-30)
    The National Program for Sustainable Irrigation and its predecessors have invested in irrigation research for nearly two decades covering topics at the field, farm and catchment scales; and issues ranging from storage ...
  • Christiansen, Ingrid; Harris, Graham; Callan, Victor (2004-11-01)
    Knowledge is fundamental to improving the competitiveness, responsiveness and levels of innovation that we see in industries. This research project aimed to determine how information and knowledge about water management ...
  • Cotton Extension Network; Harris, Graham; Christiansen, Ingrid; Callan, Victor (2005-01-05)
    Knowledge is fundamental to improving the competitiveness, responsiveness and levels of innovation that we see in industries. This research project aimed to determine how information and knowledge about water management ...
  • Christiansen, Ingrid; Harris, Graham; Callan, Victor J. (2004-04-15)
    The Australian Cotton Cooperative Research Centre through this knowledge management project aimed to develop a better understanding of the knowledge pathways being used by irrigated cotton and grain growers, consultants ...
  • Smith, Peter; Wigginton, David (2008-05-15)
    This report summarises the major findings which have arisen from the project Knowledge Management in Cotton and Grains Irrigation. This report should be considered in conjunction with the detailed evaluation report prepared ...
  • Smith, Peter (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2008-05-01)
    Stage II Objectives as defined in LWA Project Schedule dated 13/10/06:1. To develop and test a knowledge system model to improve the effectiveness of the transfer of (irrigation) information to growers.2. The model&#39s ...
  • Vogel, Stacey (Cotton Research & Development Corporation, 2011-05-17)
    Spolight artile:Many cottongrowers have been improving environmental management on farm in recent years and in doing so have gained benefits for productioni
  • Dorr, Gary (University of Queensland, 2003-06-30)
    Unispray have developed a new centrifugal energy nozzle, the "Unimiser", for the aerial application of pesticides. The new nozzle is designed to substantially resulting from the aerial application of pesticides in the ...
  • Kelly, Bryce F.J.; Burkett, Dane, A (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2010-12-31)
    The hydrogeology of the Lachlan Catchment has been studied by numerous authors over the past 40 years, but there are still many gaps in our understanding of the groundwater systems and river-aquifer interactions. These ...

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