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  • Milroy, Steve (Australian Cotton CRC, 2002-06-28)
    Under conditions of reduced water availability, research over a number of years has indicated that optimum area to irrigate is that which allows around 5 to 6 ML per ha for the irrigated crop.
  • Rourke, Kirrily (Australian Cotton CRC, 2002-06-30)
    Heliothis (Helicoverpa sp.) pupae that overwinter in the soil have a high risk of carrying insecticide resistance into the next season. Pupae busting, as soon as possible after picking, and no later than the end of August, ...
  • Milroy, Steve (Australian Cotton CRC, 2002-06-30)
    Irrigating cotton requires balancing excessive vegetative growth due to abundant water supply against limited yield potential due to water restriction. In addition, there is the need to minimise the risk of waterlogging ...
  • Redall, Amelia (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2002-08-15)
    Cotton Bunchy Top (CBT) characteristics and modes of transmission
  • Cooperative, Cotton (2003-02-13)
    Prevention is better than cure! - It is better to prevent the introduction of a disease, weed or pestthan to try and control it after it has been introduced and become widespread. A number of disease and weed problems are ...
  • Allen, Stephen (2003-02-13)
    Who you need to tell , what you need to do
  • Odeh, Inakwu; Onus, Alex (2003-09-17)
    soil survey project was carried out in the lower Lachlan Valley around the township ofHillston with the aim of identifying current and potential soil limitations to cotton production inthis region. Within the lower Lachlan ...
  • Rochester, Ian (2004-10-14)
    Vetch is a winter-growing legume being increasingly grown in rotation with cotton. It provides no cash flow but provides substantial benefits in the productivity of the following cotton crops by improving the soil.
  • Roth, Guy (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2004-11-09)
    The 2002 -03 drought was considered as one of the driest in Australian history, both in terms of severity and its extent (Federal Government's Drought Review Panel 2004). Cotton production was down 50%, while cattle, grain ...
  • K., Leonie; McGee, Peter; Midgley, David; Knox, Oliver; Seymour, Nikki; Rourke, Kirrily (2004-11-21)
    a description of what can be found in the soil and roles of organisms
  • 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) ...
  • Carrigan, Emma (DEEDI Qld, 2006-03-22)
    Information sheet on considerations when purchasing a centre pivot or lateral move irrigator
  • Spanswick, Stacey (2006-03-30)
    Since 1995, the Watson's have rehabilitated more than 22km of the Namoi River and are still going! However they have not tried to do it all at once. They have done a little every year as conditions allowed concentrating ...
  • Horn, Tony; Grace, Peter (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2006-03-31)
    Nitrogen fertilizer and ways to minimise greenhouse gas emissions in the cotton farming system
  • O'Halloran, Julie; Dowling, Chris (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2006-06-19)
    Sampling methodologies and locations affect Interpretation of soil and plant analysisCorrect storage of samples before analysis is importantWeather is an important factor in petiole and leaf tissue sampling Petiole test ...
  • Lutton, Susan (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2006-06-29)
    Investigation of the ecological value of irrigation farm water storages, Comparison of on farm storages with nearby natural water bodies,. On farm storages support a range of macroinvertebrate species. A number of fi sh, ...
  • Kennedy, Ivan (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2006-07-01)
    Well designed irrigation storages and water courses on cotton farms can aid in the removal of sediment, nutrients and pesticides from irrigation water and enhance their habitat value for native plants and animals. This ...
  • Moulden, John (2006-07-04)
    Information on the 2005 cotton trials at Kununarra and discussion of issues of GM Cotton
  • Chapman, Veronica (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2006-08-25)
    Good natural resource management does not have to involve a great deal of extra work and time it should be incorporated into the overall management of the property. This is the philosophy of Richard and Julie Dowse. who ...
  • Roth, Guy (Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, 2006-12-19)
    Water is critical to agriculture. Sustainable water use inAustralia must encompass economic, environmental andcommunity needs. The CRC's goals are to ensure the Australian cotton industry continually strives for high water ...

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