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  • Schoenfisch, Murray (2000-06-30)
    Project Objectives and Extent of Completion The project aims were: 1. To continue to provide engineering support to farmers and industry personnel in areas covering Ultra Narrow Row cotton, planter development, stubble ...
  • Schoenfisch, Murray (1999-06-30)
    The focus of this project included several aims. These included: a) To continue and develop work on residue handling in back to back cotton and rotation crops b) To help in the completion of evolving guidelines for the ...
  • Hearn, A.B.; Brook, K.D. (1986-06-30)
  • Jenkins, Claire (Macquarie Cotton Growers Association, 2013-06-30)
    This project sought to create a forum which brings together all levels of the cotton industry in the Macquarie Valley and from across all geographical areas of the valley, giving a platform for an exchange of information ...
  • Unknown author (Macquarie Valley CGA, 2014-06-30)
    This project seeks to create a forum which brings together all levels of the cotton industry in the Macquarie Valley and from across all geographical areas of the valley, giving a platform for an exchange of information ...
  • Turnball, Sharanne; Jenkins, Claire (Macquarie Valley Cotton Growers Association (CGA), 2012-06-30)
    Report from the Administration Officer, MCGA: I have recently taken up the reins of Macquarie Cotton Growers Association and, besides being on a steep learning curve, I am also following up on a few loose ends, one of which ...
  • Hulugalle, Nilantha (NSW Department of Primary Industries, 2005-06-30)
    The effects of rotation crops and stubble management (including the residual effects of past rotation crops) on soil quality, carbon sequestration, deep drainage, nutrient leaching, yield and profitability of succeeding ...
  • Hulugalle, Nilantha (NSW Department of Primary Industries, 2008-06-30)
    The effects of rotation crops and stubble management on soil quality, carbon sequestration, deep drainage, nutrient leaching, yield and profitability of succeeding cotton in irrigated and dryland Vertosols was studied ...
  • Bange, Michael (2000-06-30)
    Aim: * To provide ongoing technical support and maintenance for weather station network and data generated by them ensuring provision of high quality weather data to research and all other facets of the cotton industry
  • Mr C Nutt (1996-06-30)
    Objectives The aim of the project is to maintain the upgraded DEC computing facility at Myall Vale for the term of the project.
  • Hullugalle, Nilantha (NSW Department of Primary Industries, 2011-06-30)
    The aims of the project were to determine the effect of selected management practices on carbon sequestration, soil quality and hydrology, crop agronomy and profitability in irrigated and dryland Vertosols using a ...
  • Grundy, Paul (Queensland Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, 2014-06-30)
    Research being conducted as part of project DAQ1401 – “Strengthening the Central Highlands Cotton Production System” has identified an opportunity for reducing peak summer climatic risks associated with either heatwaves ...
  • Smith, Linda (2013-06-30)
    The objective of purchasing a Nikon stereo microscope was to improve the capability of identifying pathogens of cotton. More than 40 samples for diagnosis have been received at the Ecosciences Precinct laboratory since ...
  • Carberry, P (1995-06-30)
    Project Objective: To provide the basis for improved crop and soil management in dryland cotton production systems by: 1. monitoring on-farm performance of cotton-based dryland cropping systems; 2. using on-farm data to ...
  • West, K (1996-06-30)
    Over the period from 1990 to 1993, research was carried out investigating the regrowth of Australian cotton varieties after damage by haiI. The work was funded by the Cotton Research and Development Corporation and carried ...
  • Knox, Oliver (CSIRO Entomology, 2009-06-30)
    It has been accepted for many years that there is an interaction between plants and the microbiological life that exists in soil. This interaction is particularly important in the rhizosphere (Hiltner, 1904), where plant ...
  • Knox, Oliver (CSIRO Entomology, 2009-06-30)
    The presence of an active interaction between plants and microbiological life in soil has been accepted for many years. This interaction is particularly important in the rhizosphere, where plant exudates and other rhizodeposits ...
  • Wilson, Lewis (CSIRO Plant Industry, 2002-06-30)
    The development of IPM systems in cotton hinges on the availability of information on a wide range of issues. Included among these is the response of plants to pest damage, the impact of specific pests on yield and the ...
  • Kochman, Joe (Queensland Department of Primary Industries, 2007-06-30)
    Fusarium wilt continues to be an important constraint to sustainable cotton production. This project had a number of objectives to obtain data to improve the management of this disease. Even though it has been dry, ...

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