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  • Rogan, Cleave (2011-06-30)
    7. Provide an assessment of the likely impact of the results and conclusions of the research project for the cotton industry. What are the take home messages? The 15th Australian Cotton Conference, titled “Fashioning the ...
  • Payero, Rose (Agri-Science QLD, Queensland DEEDI, 2010-06-30)
    Diminishing water supply, changing weather patterns and pressure to enhance environmental flows are making it imperative to optimise water use efficiency (WUE) on cotton/grain farming systems. Growers are looking for better ...
  • Eady, Jo (Rural Scope Pty Ltd, 2014-06-30)
    The Australian Future Cotton Leaders program framework was managed by Cotton Australia. The program involved three key stages over 14 months: Stage 1 􏰁 Leadership development Stage 2 􏰁 Individual skill development Stage ...
  • Spellson, Arthur (Auscott Ltd, 2012-06-30)
    The program was full of significant experiences, but the Kimberley was the most significant for me. The Kimberley session laid the foundations for the test of the course. In isolation the Kimberley would have been fantastic ...
  • Gordon, Bill (Bill Gordon Consulting Pty Ltd, 2012-06-30)
    Aspects of this project were delivered in collaboration with the GRDC project BGC00001 “Raising awareness of drift reduction techniques.” Workshop Program for Cotton Growers and Their Neighbours (co-funded by GRDC) A ...
  • Winter, Michelle (Goulburn-Murray Water, 2012-06-10)
    Water in open channels is subject to high evaporative losses. Some 701 gigalitres of water is lost annually through evaporation from channels in Northern Victoria. Research and field trials carried out by many workers ...
  • Powell, Janine (GHD Clients People Performance, 2012-06-30)
    The Cotton CRC and CRDC sought to gather quantitative information on cotton growers' usage and adoption of research and key farming practices, with a particular focus on change since 2001, in order to 1. Gain an understanding ...
  • Van der Sluijs, Rene (CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering, 2012-06-30)
    With an increase in cotton production and the expected hilum of new people into the industry, understanding spinners' requirements will be of the utmost importance to assist the Australian cotton industry to continue to ...
  • Gunawardeena, Thusitha; McGarry, Des (Queensland Department of Environment and Resource Management (DERM), 2011-06-30)
    Deep drainage(DD) - water that passes beyond the - is an important process in irrigated cropping soils to ensure leaching of salts through the soil profile to deeper soil layers, the vadose zone ( the zone between the ...
  • Weir, Duncan (Queensland State Government Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, 2012-06-30)
    This project has delivered on two key areas. The first, providing a regional extension focus delivering cutting edge, emerging research information, extension support and information on major production issues and the ...
  • Gordon, Rod; Charleston, Kate (QLD Primary Industries and Fisheries, DEEDI, 2010-06-30)
    These regional extension positions are a part of the Cotton CRC National Cotton Extension Team which has worked on an industry‐wide scale to take a knowledge management approach to deliver grower focused, participatory ...
  • King, Dallas (Balonne Agricultural Consultancy, 2010-06-30)
    The Australian Cotton Industry has always been held in high regard by the Australian and World Agricultural sectors due to its innate ability to focus on and overcome the challenges it faces. This has continually been ...
  • Nehl, David (Industry and Investment NSW, 2010-06-30)
    The following industry take home messages are a summary of practical findings pertinent to growers and industry personnel: • Growers should continue to delay sowing to avoid cool conditions that favour seedling disease ...
  • Roth, Guy (University of New England, Roth Rural & Regional Pty Ltd, 2010-06-30)
    Expectations for industries to manage resources in a sustainable manner raise the question of how industries can demonstrate their sustainability credentials. This thesis reviews the question of sustainability monitoring ...
  • Wilson, Lewis (CSIRO Plant Industry, 2010-06-30)
    This project supports the ongoing development of IPM in cotton by targeting emerging pest issues, and inappropriate management which may threaten IPM. Key outcomes were: 1. Green vegetable bug (GVB) uses broad leaf weeds ...
  • Farrell, Zara (Gwydir Valley Cotton Growers Association (CGA), 2012-06-30)
    The Gwydir Valley Cotton Growers Association (CGA) committee identified the need and the opportunities to extend our information and industry advocacy services to a broader audience of growers and the community. This ...
  • Watson, Andrew; Stevenson, Neil; Foster, Michael; Corish, Nigel (Corish Farms Pty Ltd, Auscott Ltd, Elders Rural Services, Andrew Watson, 2011-06-30)
    The Cotton export market is highly competitive and when it comes to quality Australia needs to be the world's best. To realise this goal, the whole of the Australian Cotton supply chain must continuously improve its supply ...
  • Miles, Melina (Queensland DEEDI, 2010-06-30)
    The objectives of the project were to (i) develop techniques for evaluating insecticide efficacy against solenopsis mealybug, and (ii) evaluate the efficacy of a range of insecticides that have potential to provide effective ...
  • 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 ...
  • Deutscher, Sandra (CSIRO Plant Industry, 2011-06-30)
    Even though the cotton industry is relatively successful, it continually faces a range of critical issues from drought and water supply; yield and profitability; fibre quality and export price; nutrition; sustainability ...

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