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  • Paulsen, Kylie (CSIRO Entomology, 2007-06-30)
    A major challenge for the insect pest management is responding to resistance.The spread of resistance 'genes' throughout a population depends upon initital frequencies, dominance, fitness consequences and the mating system ...
  • CRDC (CRDC, 2007-06-30)
    12 Main recommendations were made in consultation with panel and research institutes around the major future challenges for the cotton industry. These included: *Drought and reduced research funding *need to prioritise *Staff ...
  • Swallow, David (ACGRA, 2007-06-30)
    The 13th Australian Cotton Conference in August 2006 provided an excellent 'showcase' to enhance the outputs from CRDC funded research to the industry. The largest gathering of cotton growers in the industry calendar was ...
  • Wilson, Lewis (CSIRO Plant Industry, 2007-06-30)
    This project evaluated options for selective control of aphids, studied the field epidemiology of cotton bunchy top disease and determined the suitability of relay crops for aphid pest management. Key conclusions ...
  • Gow, James (2007-06-30)
    I fully appreciate the opportunity I have had to participate in such a Program and hence I extend my thanks to my sponsors, Cotton Research and Development Corporation, Auscott and Cotton Seed Distributors. I particularly ...
  • Constable, Greg (CSIRO Plant Industry, 2007-06-30)
    This project part funded the purchase of a new HVI to be used for testing fibre samples from CSIRO’s cotton breeding program as well as most research projects at ACRI and other locations such as Canberra and Kununurra. As ...
  • Baker, Jon-Maree (2007-06-30)
    This report outlines the results of surveys conducted by of their membership and cotton growers from across the production valleys in eastern Australia. Results from the grower survey show that overall, Bollgard RR was ...
  • Gordon, Stuart (2007-06-30)
    Provide a one page Summary of your research that is not commercial in confidence, and that can be published on the World Wide Web. Explain the main outcomes of the research and provide contact details for more information. ...
  • Pyke, Bruce (RIRDC, 2007-06-30)
    This report is a result of the national extension/education review which was a flagship project of the Co-operative Venture for Capacity Building for Innovation in rural Industries(CVCB).The review sought a range of ...
  • Anderson, Gavin (GA Research, Gavin Anderson & Associates, 2007-06-30)
    Findings at a glance Water availability and the related subject of climate change is the primary issue facing the community. It has jumped ahead of all other issues - the economy, terrorism, education, health - ...
  • Bange, Mike (CSIRO Plant Industry, 2007-06-30)
    Australian cotton fibre is exported into a dynamic and competitive market and we need to ensure an ever-improving product to meet the demand from spinners. This pressure has led to fibre quality becoming just as an important ...
  • Henderson, Lionel (CSIRO Plant Industry, 2007-06-30)
    CSIRO Plant lndustry's Cotton Management Support Systems Team (CMSST) develops and delivers decision support systems (DSS) to improve the profitability and sustainability of cotton production in Australia. The suite of ...
  • Constable, Greg (CSIRO Plant Industry, 2007-06-30)
    Note: this project supported the operation of a fibre quality laboratory at ACRI to service most research projects. Specific details on fibre quality results are listed in those project reports. This project part funded ...
  • Constable, Greg (CSIRO Plant Industry, 2007-06-30)
    This project has part funded field operation costs charged by NSW DPI to CSIRO for experiments on ACRI at Narrabri in 2006/07. More than 10 projects have been supported and all field operations have been done well through ...
  • Bange, Mike (CSIRO Plant Industry, 2007-06-30)
    Principal Researchers: Dr M. Bange, Ms. S Deutscher, Mr D. Linsley, Mr S. Johnston, Mr. D. Richards, Ms. L. Thakur, Ms L. Clancy Cotton growers continue to face increasing pressure to manage resources more cost effectively ...
  • Richards, Dirk (CSIRO Plant Industry, 2007-06-30)
    The broad aims of CCC CRC 5.2.03 ‘Delivering science to agribusiness: Smart approaches to cotton irrigation management’ were to; conduct irrigation research for emerging crop management issues and alternative cotton cropping ...
  • Nehl, David (NSW Department of Primary Industries, 2007-06-30)
    Regular disease surveys have highlighted the changing status of cotton diseases over time and provided valuable insights into the factors affecting their distribution and severity. • The disease surveys provided overwhelming ...
  • Campbell, Lindsay (Univerity of Sydney, 2007-06-30)
    The salts of many essential plant nutrients are soluble in water and may be applied to plant leaves directly as a foliar fertiliser. This practice has become widespread in the American and Australian cotton industries over ...
  • Pfeiffer, Tony (CSIRO Plant Industry, 2007-06-30)
    An efficient and world standard computing system at ACRI has benefited all research programs through their use in data processing, storage, statistical analysis, modeling and the development of end-user packages. In ...
  • Miles, Melina (Queensland Department of Primary Industries, 2007-06-30)
    The focus of the project has been to provide support for growers and consultants of broadacre crops, as they attempt to implement IPM. The major pest species that attack cotton, are for the most part, not specific to cotton. ...

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