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  • Yang, Shouren (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2012-06-30)
    Cottonspec is a yarn quality prediction software developed by CSIRO with support from the CCC CRC, CRDC and Chinese partner mills. Validation trials conducted as part of this project showed Cottonspec was a useful mill ...
  • Hornebuckle, John (CSIRO Land and Water, 2011-06-30)
    Water management in the cotton industry has continued to be of fundamental importance to sustainability and production. Dealing with climate variability that requires the tools of water management be more sensitive to ...
  • Deutscher, Sandra (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 2000-08-16)
    Since 1992, experiments to validate the Decision Support System CottonLOGIC have been conducted. These experiments have focused on insect management and have been located on commercial cotton farms in the upper and lower ...
  • Yang, Shouren (CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering, 2012-06-30)
    Cottonspec is a yarn quality prediction software developed by CSIRO with support from the CCC CRC, CRDC and Chinese partner mills. Validation trials conducted as part of this project showed Cottonspec was a useful mill ...
  • Brown, David; Brown, Paul; Sutton, Bruce; Pham, Hannah; Thambar, Paul (2012-08-05)
    Australian cotton has global demand and appeal and is considered to be of good quality and reliable in supply. On-farm research driven productivity improvements have contributed to a higher quality product but the increased ...
  • Dang, Ho; Schlack, A; Holloway, J; Chapman, J; Dang, C (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 2002-08-13)
    Field trial examining the use of Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) foliar sprays on transgenic and conventional cotton varieties showed various levels of Helicoverpa control and impacts on beneficial insects. Quantification of ...
  • Williams,Kathryn; Cary, John (2002-05-01)
    This report describes a project undertaken to examine human perception of native vegetation. The project employed photo-questionnaire techniques designed for measuring psychological preferences, adapting these for the ...
  • Weaver, T; Ghadiri, H; Hulugalle, N (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 2002-08-13)
    Cotton production in Australia occurs mainly in cracking clay soils. In the past, it was widely assumed that deep drainage was negligible in these soils (Hearn, 2000). Recently, however, several researchers have contradicted ...
  • Cleary, Amanda; Lloyd, Richard; Scholz, Brad (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 2002-08-13)
    We are currently evaluating unsprayed strip crops planted beside dryland INGARD cotton as nurseries for beneficial arthropods. In the first season of trial work (1999/2000) lablab was evaluated as a nursery (Scholz et o1. ...
  • Bennett, J.; Morrison, M.; Blarney R. (1997-10-01)
    This report provides a review of a consultancy performed by Environmental and Resource Economics. Two goals were addressed in the course of the consultancy: 1. to undertake a rigorous testing of the Contingent Valuation ...
  • McGee, P; Torrisi, V; Pattinson, G (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 1998-08-14)
    VAM are important in the growth of cotton and the production of lint. VAM are a normal part of cotton plants and they are usually present in the roots. Only in their absence do we realise their importance. In syndromes ...
  • Knox, Oliver; Vadakattu, Gupta; Lardner, Richard (2008-08-10)
    During work conducted between 2003 and 2006 on the potential for genetically modified cotton to affect soil microbiota it became apparent that variety type can influence microbiology associated with the rhizosphere. To ...
  • Wells, A.T.; Milroy., S.P. (1994-08-09)
    Simulations were run to test the sensitivity of OZCOT to varietal differences in developmental characteristics known to influence fruiting dynamics in cotton. Thirty one years of historical weather data from Myall Vale ...
  • Kruizinga, Jack; Wells, Tony (1992-08-11)
    An experiment was conducted at Narrabri Agricultural Research Station during the 1991-92 season to investigate the response of a range of currently available cotton varieties to irrigation and nitrogen treatments. This ...
  • Pyke, Bruce; Reid, Peter; Thomson, Norm (1990-08-08)
    This paper is aimed at presenting some aspects of this debate and seeks to answer the following questions: *Are the dryland industrys needs being met by the spin-offs from the current breeding program? *Given the success ...
  • Moulden, John (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2008-06-30)
    Final Report - Variety development and tillage systems for cotton production in the Ord Stage 2 development
  • Constable, Greg; Stiller, W (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 1998-08-14)
    Even though the Australian cotton industry is based on a high input irrigated system, there is an increasingly significant area of dryland cotton. Over the last few years there has been increased interest, by researchers ...
  • van der Sluijs, Rene; Gordon, Stuart (CSIRO Manufacturing Flagship, 2013-06-30)
    There is considerable interest within the Australian cotton industry to develop Long Staple Upland cotton (nominally referred to as ALS) varieties to obtain the high premiums paid for fine long and strong staple fibre which ...
  • Kirkby, Karen; Smith, Linda (2015-04-15)
    Verticillium wilt of cotton is caused by Verticillium dahliae, a soil-borne fungus that enters the roots and grows into the vascular system of the plant. Although the industry has been managing Verticillium wilt on cotton ...
  • Smith, Linda; Kirkby, Karen (2015-03-09)
    Verticillium wilt of cotton is caused by Verticillium dahliae, a soil borne fungus that enters the roots and grows into the vascular system of the plant. Identifying Verticillium is the first step in being able to manage it.

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