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  • Holland, Jonathan (NSW Department of Primary Industries, 2013-06-30)
    Cotton is a relatively new irrigated crop in Southern NSW and has proven to be financially profitable. The cotton growers in Southern NSW need to know more about their soils so that they are able to refine soil-related ...
  • Khan, Moazeem (Queensland Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, 2014-06-30)
    Solenopsis mealybug is an emerging pest of cotton in Australia. Since their first outbreak in Emerald and the Burdekin in 2009, solenopsis mealybug have spread to the South Burnett, Darling Downs and St George regions ...
  • Christensen, Bronwyn (Dawson Valley Cotton Growers Assocation, 2014-06-30)
    The Dawson Valley Cotton Growers Association is committed to increasing positive awareness of the cotton industry within our District’s schools. In 2013 and with the assistance of CRDC and Cotton Australia, the DVCGA ...
  • Rendon, Dalila (Macquarie University, 2014-06-30)
    The purpose of this travel to the USA was to visit the US Department of Agriculture Arid-land Research Center during 16 May – 31 May 2014. Supervised by Dr. James Hagler, to learn the protocols for Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent ...
  • Werth, Jeff (University of Queensland, 2014-06-30)
    The Australian Cotton Industry is now in the midst of dealing with both glyphosate resistant and tolerant weeds in the cotton system. Glyphosate, the world’s most important herbicide continues to be relied on as the primary ...
  • Kauter, Greg (Cotton Australia Ltd, 2014-06-30)
    Within the national framework for biosecurity, all commonwealth and state governments and plant industries who are signatories to the Emergency Plant Pest Response Deed (EPPRD), formally commit to preparations that include: ...
  • Lower, Tony (University of Sydney, 2014-06-30)
    To maximise improvements in work health and safety, it is vital to have the best available evidence available to understand the risks that exist. In turn, this can help to define the best control solutions to reduce these ...
  • Corish, Nigel (MacIntyre Valley Cotton Growers Association (CGA), 2014-06-30)
    The Back Paddock Company has become one of the leading soil nutrition consultants in the cotton industry. The objective of the project is to better educate CGA member growers about soil nutrition by completing two Back ...
  • Lower, Tony (University of Sydney, 2014-06-30)
    Health and safety are key issues for all agricultural businesses. In managing risks to health and safety, there are well acknowledged systems and processes that can enhance a business’s capacity to not only meet legislative ...
  • Alchin, Phil (Boyce Chartered Accountants, 2014-06-30)
    The 2014 Australian Cotton Comparative Analysis (ACCA) is the tenth report produced by Boyce Chartered Accountants in conjunction with the Cotton Research & Development Corporation (CRDC). From 1986 to 2004 the report ...
  • Jones, Paula (Paula Jones, 2014-06-30)
    The Australian cotton industry is internationally recognised as innovative, dynamic and hugely successful. This has in part been attributable to the willingness of the industry to invest in world-­‐class research and rapidly ...
  • Cowlrick, Tom (Back Paddock Company, 2014-06-30)
    Nitrogen use workshops form part of the Cotton Research and Development Corporations Extension and Outreach project; “Carbon Farming in the Australian Cotton Industry”. Agricultural advisory firm Back Paddock Company, in ...
  • Walsh, Tom (CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences, 2014-06-30)
    The three-gene product Bollgard 3 is expected to be available commercially in 2015. However it is of concern that a pre-emptive study of variability for susceptibility to Vip3A toxin isolated alleles conferring resistance ...
  • Van der Sluijs, Rene (2014-06-30)
    If Australia is to maintain its reputation as a consistent supplier of high quality cotton it will need to ensure that the entire cotton pipeline from growing to ginning conforms to industry Best Management Practices (BMP). ...
  • Downes, Sharon (CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences, 2014-06-30)
    The resilience of a stacked Bt technology is determined by the efficacy of each individual toxin in controlling insects. Ideally, each toxin will kill >95% of challenged insects, and when combined in a stack will add ...
  • Bartimote, Timothy (University of Sydney, 2014-06-30)
    Water is essential for producing high yielding and high quality cotton and cotton is demanding in its water consumption requiring, on average, 5.2 ML/ha for peak production in Australia (Cotton Australia 2015). With the ...
  • Maas, Susan; Roughley, Ngaire (Queensland Department of Agriculture, Fisheries & Forestry, 2014-06-30)
    This project was jointly funded through a QDAFF and CRDC partnership to provide a development and delivery extension program focused on national crop protection in cotton based farming systems, whilst also providing regional ...
  • Lower, Tony (University of Sydney, 2014-06-30)
    Health and safety are key issues for all agricultural businesses and while the cotton sector is an industry leader in this area, further work was required to strengthen on-farm systems and processes. In managing these ...
  • Norrie, Matt; Hunter, Geoff (Lower Namoi CGA, 2014-06-30)
    Discussions with a number of growers, workers and agronomists found that many of them knew very little about Australian Cotton Research Institute (ACRI) and what went on there and how research projects were actually decided. ...
  • Brodrick, Rose (CSIRO Plant Industry, 2014-06-30)
    Dr C. Owen Gwathmey was invited to Narrabri for an 8 week scientific exchange (Feb-March 2014) to share knowledge in cotton agronomy and physiology and provide mentorship to a new generation of cotton cropping specialists. ...

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