CRDC Final Reports

 

In this community, you will find CRDC's library of more than 1,100 final reports, ranging from 1986 to 2017. Reports are uploaded on an ongoing basis throughout the year.

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  • Noune, Christopher (Queensland University of Technology, 2017-07-30)
    The Nucleopolyhedroviruses (NPV) are dsDNA invertebrate-specific obligate pathogens of the insect orders Lepidoptera, Hymenopteran and Dipteran belonging to the family Baculoviridae (Baculovirus). An NPV consists of a ...
  • Koetz, Eric (New South Wales Department of Primary Industries, 2018)
    Weeds are a significant threat to all farming systems in NSW. Glyphosate tolerant cotton has been rapidly adopted by the Australian cotton industry since its introduction 18 years ago and currently accounts for about 99% ...
  • Heath, Richard; Wiseman, Leanne (Australian Farm Institute, 2019-06-30)
    The P2D project involves all Rural Research and Development Corporations, and is focused on three main aims: • Facilitating the development of digital technology in Australian agriculture. • Fostering the establishment ...
  • Keogh, Michael (Australian Farm Institute, 2018-06-30)
    The Australian Farm Institute (AFI) held the Harvesting the Benefits of Digital Agriculture conference at the Crown Promenade Melbourne on the 15th and 16th of June 2017. With support from gold partners, PwC, and bronze ...
  • Ferrier, Louisa (Birchip Cropping Group, 2019-08-30)
    This travel sponsorship funded the attendance of the researcher to present "Connectivity, Capability and Trust" as a guest speaker at the 2018 Australian Cotton Industry conference at the Gold Coast to an industry audience ...
  • Sauer, Brooke (CRDC, 2019-06-30)
    The AgTech Finder is a direct response to challenges facing the industry relating to barriers to new technology adoption - namely, the ability for agribusinesses to know what is available and understand the essential ...
  • Onus, Casey (Landmark Tamworth, 2018-06-30)
    This study tour and work experience opportunity was undertaken to give the student researcher a broader look at cotton, agricultural technology and general agriculture in America and Canada, in the hope of finding practices ...
  • Han, Si Yang (The University of Sydney, 2019-06-30)
    Soil moisture (SM) can highly vary in space and time, and this can have a significant impact on cotton crop yield and fibre quality. Irrigated cotton accounts for over a quarter of all irrigated agriculture in Australia. ...
  • O'Brien, Mary (CottonInfo Team and Upper Namoi Cotton Growers Association, 2019-06-30)
    This project funding supported two workshops held in the Upper Namoi area; one in Spring Ridge, and one in Boggabri. The objectives of the workshops were twofold; 1) To provide opportunity for both cotton growers and others ...
  • Heagney, Annette (Annette Heagney, 2017-06-30)
    A reflection of the value of the Cotton Production course by attendee Annette Heagney. "The Cotton Production Course has immensely assisted me in my daily working life by providing a thorough understanding of cotton and ...
  • Phillip, Andrew (Northern Territory Farmers Association Inc., 2019-06-30)
    Cotton has been looked to be a commercial crop in the Northern Territory on several occasions over the last 100 years, firstly as a wet season crop and more recently (in the last 25 years) as a dry season (winter) crop. ...
  • Heimoana, Simone (CSIRO Agriculture and Food, 2018-06-30)
    Along with length, strength, micronaire and leaf content, the colour grade of cotton is a critical component of the set of characteristics used to assess the overall quality of a sample of cotton, and thereby determine its ...
  • Quinn, James; Waters, Warwick (Cotton Seed Distributors Ltd, 2018-06-30)
    The project objective of increasing understanding of Canopy Temperature Sensors(CTS) in cotton production systems was achieved by using the technology on farm. The growers were extended information during the season on CTS ...
  • Kingston, Kate (Griffith University, 2019-06-30)
    Drought is one of these natural weather phenomena set to accelerate that causes massive losses to agricultural crops, increase land degradation, reduce clean water supplies and thereby inducing malnutrition and starvation, ...
  • Simpson, Andrew; Payne, Alice; Devitt, Kate; Perez, Tristan (Queensland University of Technology, 2019-06-30)
    Agri- intelligence targets the increasing complexity of farming enterprise operations arising from increasing availability of data, connectedness of decisions, and seeking to optimise operations more tightly, and at finer ...
  • Moffat, Jennifer (Jennifer Moffatt Consulting, 2018-12-30)
    This project funding supports the development of a longitudinal research framework, to quantify the impact of investing through the Cotton Research Development Corporation(CRDC) People program. A skilled and capable workforce ...
  • Sellars, Simon; Taylor, Ian (Boyce Chartered Accountants, 2019-06-30)
    The 2018 Australian Cotton Comparative Analysis (ACCA) is the fourteenth report produced by Boyce Chartered Accountants in conjunction with the Cotton Research & Development Corporation (CRDC). From 1986 to 2004 the report ...
  • Grundy, Paul; Grundy, Tonia (Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Queensland, 2018-06-30)
    Online content is now a major resource for many in the agricultural community, with downloadable publications, interactive apps, and multimedia platform providers such as YouTube increasingly being utilised by government ...
  • Keogh, Michael; Heath, Richard (The Australian Farm Institute, 2018-12-30)
    The role of public-sector agricultural research, development and extension (R,D&E) investment as a starting point for innovation and productivity growth in agriculture is well understood, with numerous international studies ...
  • O'Brien, Mary; Ayliffe, Emma (Darling Downs CGA; Menindee & Lower Darling CGA, 2015-06-30)
    CRDC’s Grassroots Grants program encourages Cotton Grower Associations to apply for funding to support capacity building projects in their region. Up to $10,000 in funding is available for CGAs to help fund a project aimed ...

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