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  • Triantafilis, John (University of NSW, 2005-06-30)
    Salinisation as a consequence of irrigation can occur as a result of the application of poor quality (i.e. saline) water or mobilisation of salts from rising water tables (i.e. caused by excessive groundwater recharge). ...
  • Cunningham, Paul (University of Queensland, 2003-06-30)
    This project has led to a significant advance in our understanding of the feeding behaviour of the adult heliothis moth. It has used detailed studies in ecology and behaviour of H. armigera to examine novel control ...
  • Triantafilis, John (The University of Sydney, 2002-06-30)
    One third of global food and fibre is produced by irrigation agriculture and it is predicted that this will rise by 50 % in 2040 (Rhoades et al. 1992 ). Management of the irrigated land is therefore an important factor ...
  • Triantafilis, John (University of NSW, 2003-06-30)
    In order to determine where soil and water salinisation may arise, information which is related to each biophysical or causal factor (i.e. agronomy, geology, etc.) needs to be mapped. For example, geological and hydrological ...
  • Griffiths, Brendan (University of New England, 2015-06-30)
    The broad aim of the ‘UNE/CRDC Cotton Course’ has been to provide students with the necessary scientific and practical skills for sustainable cotton production. The units are designed with industry consultation for those ...
  • Graham, Charles (NSW Department of Primary Industries, 2015-06-30)
    This project built on many years of weeds work supported by CRDC and value added to earlier research, while providing strategic information to growers in support of MyBMP, based around updating WEEDpak. WEEDpak, the guide ...
  • Charles, Graham (Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, 2015-06-30)
    This proposal builds on many years of weeds work supported by CRDC and aims to value add to the earlier work, while providing strategic information to cotton growers in support of MyBMP, based around updating WEEDpak, the ...
  • Bagshaw, Kevin (CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering, 30-06-30)
    Industrlal trials as part of CRC Project No. 4.03.03 showed cotton through the MLC with a combing ratio of 19 had 0.02 inches or 0.53 rum more length in terms of UHML (a 2% increase), a 1.34 increase in length uniformity ...
  • Barry, Chris (Darling Downs Cotton Growers Inc (DDCGI), 2017-06-30)
    The Grassroots Program offers Cotton Grower groups the opportunity to apply for community based assistance. Weather Station Upgrades: The Darling Downs Cotton Growers Inc (DDCGI), and individual growers established 21 ...
  • O'Brien, Mary (Darling Downs Cotton Grower Association, 2015-06-30)
    The Darling Downs Cotton Growers Incorporated(DDCGI), as well a individual growers established a series of 21 weather stations across the region over the period 1996-1998. The weather stations are a means of providing ...
  • Mason, W. (1986-06-30)
  • Forrester, N (1995-06-30)
    Cotton plants expressing the CrylAc toxin from Bt are near to commercial release. These plants have been developed to aid in the control of heliothis caterpillars, the primary target of insecticide usage in cotton production. ...
  • Wu, Yingru (CSIRO Plant Industry, 2001-06-30)
    Cotton provides about 55% of the fibre in textile manufacturing globalIy and is an important contributor to the Australian economy. The cotton fibre is a single cell hair (trichome) growing out from the surface of the ...
  • Sholz, Brad (Queensland Department of Primary Industries, 2003-06-30)
    The project focussed on understanding more about the egg parasitoid Trichogramma pretiosum. This minute wasp attacks the egg stage of heliothis (Helicoverpa spp.) and causes significant mortality of heliothis on the Darling ...
  • Hornebuckle, John (CSIRO Land and Water, 2011-06-30)
    Water management in the cotton industry has continued to be of fundamental importance to sustainability and production. Dealing with climate variability that requires the tools of water management be more sensitive to ...
  • 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 ...
  • Thomson, N.J. (1987-03-30)
    Breeding support
  • Neilsen, James (CSIRO Plant Industry, 2006-06-30)
    Improved understanding of cotton plant response to water stress. Experiments to establish the response of cotton plant to soil water stress under different soil types, climatic conditions and fruiting loads have shown ...
  • Roth, Guy (Roth Rural; National Primary Industries Research, Development and Extension (RD&E) Framework, 2015-06-30)
    The updated National Water Use in Agriculture RDE Strategy 2015 and the successful “Smarter Irrigation for Profit” Rural R&D For Profit project. CRDC committed to continued involved in the implementation of this important ...
  • Smith, Adam (University of New England, 2015-06-30)
    Waterbirds have been observed on constructed water storages of the irrigated cotton landscapes in northern NSW for decades and yet there have been few studies to quantify the importance of these structures. Additional ...

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