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  • Coutts, Geoff (NSW Department of Primary Industries, QualDATA, 2009-06-30)
    A review is currently being undertaken by the Cotton Catchment Communities CRC of the BMP program so that it focuses on a more whole of farm business rather than on cotton alone. The vision is for every element of the ...
  • Crop Consultants Australia (CRDC, 2014-05-01)
    Each year, Crop Consultants Australia - with support from CRDC - conduct a qualitative survey of cotton consultants regarding their practices and attitudes, as well as those of their cotton grower clients. The resulting ...
  • Crop Consultants Australia (CRDC, 2015-03-01)
    Each year, Crop Consultants Australia - with support from CRDC - conduct a qualitative survey of cotton consultants regarding their practices and attitudes, as well as those of their cotton grower clients. The resulting ...
  • Crop Consultants Australia (CRDC, 2015-12-01)
    Each year, Crop Consultants Australia - with support from CRDC - conduct a qualitative survey of cotton consultants regarding their practices and attitudes, as well as those of their cotton grower clients. The resulting ...
  • Crop Consultants Australia (CRDC, 2016-02-03)
    Each year, Crop Consultants Australia - with support from CRDC - conduct a qualitative survey of cotton consultants regarding their practices and attitudes, as well as those of their cotton grower clients. The resulting ...
  • CRDC; CCA (CRDC, 2016-12-13)
    Each year, Crop Consultants Australia - with support from CRDC - conduct a qualitative survey of cotton consultants regarding their practices and attitudes, as well as those of their cotton grower clients. The resulting ...
  • CRDC; CCA (2017-11-23)
    Each year, Crop Consultants Australia - with support from CRDC - conduct a qualitative survey of cotton consultants regarding their practices and attitudes, as well as those of their cotton grower clients. The resulting ...
  • CRDC; CCA (CRDC, 2019-03-11)
    Each year, Crop Consultants Australia - with support from CRDC - conduct a qualitative survey of cotton consultants regarding their practices and attitudes, as well as those of their cotton grower clients. The resulting ...
  • Kennedy, Ivan R.; Ahmad, Nazir; Beasley,Helen; Chapman, John; Hobbs, John; Simpson, Bruce; Woods, Nicholas (1998-07-01)
    To achieve consistency in data sets and to assist in interpretation and comparison of results, at the beginning of this program, the Land and Water Resources R&D Corporation (LWRRDC) requested that common protocols be ...
  • Millar, Hamish (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 2004-08-12)
    The Australian Cotton Industry has enjoyed a reputation as a reliable supplier of high quality cotton. This reputation is underpinned by a progressive, effective and responsible industry. A new and emerging challenge to ...
  • Haire, Richard (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 2004-08-12)
    Enter a modem market place; or visit a bustling shopping mall and the fruits and rewards of modem agriculture will greet you at every turn. A myriad of shops supply reliable and plentiful quantities of high quality food ...
  • Holt, Helen (1999-06-29)
    The objectives were to provide a reliable method for quantifying the Cry1Ac produced by transgenic cotton plants and to use this to examine the changes in Cry1Ac levels during a field season. We also undertook to train ...
  • McGee, P (1998-06-30)
    The research had three parts: * Quantify the V AM fungi at depth in the soil * Determine the rate of colonisation of roots of cotton by V AM fungi. and * Develop understanding of the relationship between rate of colonisation ...
  • Dillon, Martin (CSIRO Entomology, 2002-06-30)
    Trap cropping is an established technology within many IPM systems for a broad range of crops. Successful trap crops act as diversionary hosts for key pests, attracting and concentrating the pests and their eggs into a ...
  • Nadelko, A.J.; Ringrose-Voase, Anthony (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2011-08-01)
    Final report Quantifying deep drainage in an irrigated cotton landscape
  • Ringrose-Voase, Anthony (CSIRO Land and Water, 2011-06-30)
    Deep drainage below the root zone is still the least understood component of the water balance, especially in cracking clay soils. It represents a waste of a valuable resource and can leach nitrogen out of the root zone. ...
  • Ringrose-Voase, Anthony (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2009-04-02)
    Drainage from below the plant root zone is not only a waste of water resources but a potential driver of rising water tables and salinity. Better estimates of the quantity and timing of drainage are required in the clay ...
  • Ringrose-Voase, Anthony (NSW Department of Primary Industries and CSIRO Land & Water, 2006-06-30)
    of water from below the root zone is the most elusive component of the water balance to measure. Attention on drainage has increased because of concerns both about the efficiency with which irrigation water is used and ...
  • Fitt, Gary (1991-06-01)
    Aims: (i) to quantify the contribution of alternative host crops to the dynamics of Heliothis on cotton using an elemental analysis technique developed in a previous project. (ii) to study the colonisation of cotton crops ...
  • Fitt, G (2012-06-22)
    A technique to identify the host crop of Heliothis moths by analysis of elemental content has been progressively developed over several seasons(CRC Project CS13L, Fin 1986). In this grant period we finalised statistical ...

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