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  • Hanna, Lauren (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2008-08-06)
    Soil Sampling Guidelines for Cotton and Other Summer Crops.
  • Lauryn Hanna (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2008-09-15)
    What Extension Can Do For You
  • Lauryn Hanna (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2008-09-29)
    Awareness of non glyphosate tolerant crops
  • Hanna, Lauren (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2008-10-13)
    Be alert for aphids, cotton bunchy top, day degrees
  • Hanna, Lauren (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2008-11-12)
    Day Degrees Mirid Biology Cotton Production Course
  • Ceeney, Sally (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2008-11-13)
    Say degrees, Timing of final irrigation, Field to Fabric Course - bursaries available, Field Walk - Buddah Station
  • Hanna, Lauren (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2008-11-28)
    First In Crop irrigation
  • Hanna, Lauren (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2008-12-18)
    Day Degrees Accumulation, evaluating In crop nutrient status
  • Lauryn Hanna (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2009-10-21)
    Glyphosate Resistant Weeds, Integrated weed management
  • Hanna, Lauren (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2009-01-15)
    Day Degrees, beneficials in native vegetation, agrifood environmental scan survey
  • Constable, Greg (2000-06-30)
    A walk-in cool room was originally planned to be part of the new cotton breeding/pathology wing at the Australian Cotton Research Institute but was deleted during the construction phase due to budget constraints. The cool ...
  • Caruso, Joanne (2005-04-15)
    National Program for Sustainable Irrigation Fact sheet 2005/3 Reducing water run-off, minimising nutrient leaching and optimising irrigation efficiency are major challenges for the nursery industry. A comprehensive review ...
  • Bohl,Heiko P.; Thorburn, Peter J.; Sweeney, Caecelia A.; Bristow,Keith L. (1998-12-01)
    This report provides a review of water and nitrogen balance in natural (rainforest) and agricultural (sugarcane and horticulture) systems in the tropics, with a special focus on the North Queensland wet tropics
  • CottonInfo (2015-05-11)
    It is a cotton BMP requirement that water sources be tested for pH, salinity risks (electrical conductivity), and sodicity risks (sodium adsorption ratio). Soils need to be tested for salinity risks (electrical conductivity) ...
  • Maas, Susan (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2005-12-14)
    It is a cotton BMP requirement that water sources be tested for pH, salinity risks (electrical conductivity), and sodicity risks (sodium adsorption ratio). Soils need to be tested for salinity risks (electrical conductivity) ...
  • Smith, Adam (2015-04-13)
    This project is investigating water bird communities on cotton storages in the Gwydir and Namoi Valleys. This project will provide information on the use of water storages by water bird populations with links to habitat ...
  • Silburn, Mark; Vervoort, Willem (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 2002-08-13)
    Water-use efficiency of cotton production and minimising the impact of the cotton industry on the environment have emerged as issues of great importance. To improve these issues two major questions need to be answered: 1. ...
  • Cummings, Brian (Australian Cotton Growers Research Association, 2000-08-16)
    The current water debate is centred on the water reform initiatives being developed and implemented in each state. In NSW and Queensland the water reforms are being strongly influenced by COAG requirements and the introduction ...
  • Cooper, J.L. (1994-08-09)
    In 1993 a series of experiments were established in the Namoi and Macquarie valleys to study the effects and benefits of rotation crops for subsequent cotton crops. The results presented here, are the effects of 4 different ...
  • Montgomery, Janelle; Doble, John; Gall, Louise; Gwydir Valley Irrigators Association (2014-12-17)
    a case study of irrigation managemet on Keytah - gwydir valley

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