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  • Hopkinson, Jamie; Kramer, Stephanie; Lloyd, Richard; Grundy, Paul (2014-08-05)
    Outline Silverleaf Whitefly (Bemisia tabaci) is a major pest of cotton. This is because it produces sticky honeydew that contaminates lint, reducing the quality of cotton. Silverleaf Whitefly can be controlled with ...
  • Shaw, Gus (NSW Agriculture, 2003-06-30)
    A video was produced with the assistance and cooperation of a number of cotton growers and processors. The final version of the OH&S video "Safety at Harvest" was completed in December 2001. An initial production run ...
  • Jensen, Melanie; Temperley, John (2013-03-05)
    Workplace health and safety legislation introduced in 2012 means farm owners and managers are responsible for the safety of everyone working on their farm, including contractors and volunteers.
  • Sanderson, Graeme; McLean Geoff; Bourne, John; Biswas, Tapas K.; Schrale, Gerrit; Stevens, Rob (2009-08-17)
    The project was developed to test the hypothesis: a depressed leaching efficiency (LE) in the Lower Murray irrigation districts raises the root zone salinity and, improved water use efficiency (WUE) has an upper limit ...
  • Schrale, Gerrit (2009-08-17)
    * Determine/update the crop salinity relationships * Determine the variability of EC (soil water) and leaching efficiency in the field * Simulate different scenarios of River Murray salinity at Morgan * Input to the MDB ...
  • Biswas, Tapas K.; McLean, Geoff; Bourne, John; Sanderson, Graeme; Schrale, Gerrit; Stevens, Rob (2007-01-30)
    The project was developed to test the hypothesis: 'a depressed leaching efficiency (LE) in the Lower Murray irrigation districts raises the root zone salinity and, improved water use efficiency (WUE) has an upper limit ...
  • Shaw, Roger; Gordon, Ian (1994-08-09)
    Agriculture can change the hydrologic balance of a landscape either through a change from native vegetation or the addition of water by irrigation or both. Since salts move with water, a change in hydrology will mean a ...
  • McCarthy, Michael; Schrale, Gerrit; Bourne, John; Biswas, Tapas (2009-08-17)
    A better understanding of plant requirements and the highly efficient management of water has led irrigators to apply water to accurately meet crop needs. This has meant a considerable reduction in the amount of water ...
  • Dimsey, Rod (2006-08-01)
    Brochure on the use of a salinity unit converter disk for vegetables
  • McFarlane, Jock; Liddicoat, Craig (2007-06-01)
    This manual has been developed through the 'Sustainable Grazing on Saline Lands' (SGSL) research and development program. SGSL was a five-year nationwide research and development program designed to provide wool growers ...
  • Barrett-Lennard, Ed; Malcolm, Clive (2003-09-01)
    This book aims to encourage Australian farmers to revegetate salt-affected land with saltland pastures. These pastures can be profitable, sustainable and of benefit to the environment and the broader community.
  • Ryder, Arjen; Norman, Hayley; Barrett-Lennard, Ed; Collins, John paul; Hardy, Justin; WA Producer Network Team (2015-04-16)
    Guide book for identifying, scoring and solving saltland in areas of above 600mm annual rainfall
  • Unknown author (2015-04-16)
    Written as a 'how-to' guide, it aims to capture, distill
  • Edwards, Nick; Munday, Bruce; Barrett-Lennard, Ed; Sheehan, Gabrielle; Mason, Warren (2009-03-01)
    This publication has been created out of the main project synthesising saltland knowledge - the Saltland Genie website (www.saltlandgenie.org.au). The Saltland Genie website brought together the latest findings and conclusions ...
  • Odeh, I.O.A.; B., McBratney, A. (1994-08-09)
    The specific aims of this project are to: I) establish a repeatable field survey scheme of key soil variables influencing cotton production in the lower Namoi, Gwydir and Macintyre valleys; 2) obtain a quantitative statement ...
  • Bauer, Bartley; Cobon, Jenny; Scheikowski, Linda; Lehane, John; Smith, Linda; Maas, Susan (2013-03-18)
    In late 2012, there was an identification of reniform nematodes (Rotylenchulus reniformis) affecting cotton across a number of fields and farms in Theodore in Central Queensland. Feeding causes damage to the plant resulting ...
  • Cherry, Gordon (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 2000-08-16)
    World cotton production for 2000/2001 cotton year (I'' August - 3 1'' July) is expected to be around 87-88 million bales. World consumption is expected to be around 90 million bales. Two thirds or around 60 million bales ...
  • Soste, Leon; Chaffe, Robert; Robertson, David; Wang, Q.J. (2007-06-15)
    The Goulburn Broken Catchment is known as the food bowl of Australia. It covers 2.4 million hectares and has a population of around 200,000 people (Department of Sustainability and Environment, 2005). Irrigated agriculture ...
  • Soste, Leon; Chaffe, Robert; Robertson, David; Wang, Q.J. (2007-06-15)
    Irrigation Futures of the Goulburn Broken Catchment The Goulburn Broken Catchment is known as the food bowl of Australia. It covers 2.4 million hectares and has a population of around 200,000 people (Department of ...
  • Wang, Q.J.; Chaffe, Robert; Robertson, David; Soste, Leon (2009-08-17)
    The Goulburn Broken Catchment is known as the food bowl of Australia. It covers 2.4 million hectares and has a population of around 200,000 people (Department of Sustainability and Environment 2005). Irrigated agriculture ...

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