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dc.contributor.author Cottee, Nicola
dc.date.accessioned 2017-09-11T02:32:50Z
dc.date.available 2017-09-11T02:32:50Z
dc.date.issued 2017-06-30
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/1/4463
dc.description.abstract The Cotton Australia Grower RD&E Advisory Panels provide a critical role within the cotton industry by providing practical advice on research, development and extension needs and priorities. This advice is important guidance to CRDC in its formation of five-year Strategic R&D Plans, Annual Operational Plans, Expressions of Interest for RD&E and resultant CRDC decisions as to project investments. Cotton Australia facilitates 4 advisory panels that are aligned with the CRDC strategic plan priorities. The panels consist of up to 40 grower, consultant and ginners members from every cotton growing region. The TIMS committee is facilitated by Cotton Australia and CRDC. It functions as a cotton industry stewardship group, with broad representation from growers, research organisations, crop consultants and members of the pulse and grains industries. The agricultural chemical, biotechnology and planting seed companies that provide crop protection tools to Australian cotton growers approach the TIMS Committee for advice on issues associated with developing or amending resistance management plans for new or existing technologies. Cotton Australia is represented by 6 grower representatives, the TIMS Committee Chair, the Chairs of the three technical panels and the Executive Officer. The Cotton Australia-facilitated Industry Biosecurity Group (IBG) has traditionally met annually to ensure that the cotton industry’s responsibilities under the Emergency Plant Pest Response (EPPR) Deed are met. Development of an implementation plan through recent revision of the Industry Biosecurity Plan has led to a need to formalise this group to address key biosecurity needs of the industry. It is anticipated that the formalised IBG will constitute 1 staff and up to 3 grower representatives of Cotton Australia as well as representatives from CRDC, Crop Consultants Australia, CSIRO, NSW DPI, QDAF and Plant Health Australia. en_US
dc.description.sponsorship CRDC, QDAF , NSW DPI, CCA, en_US
dc.publisher Cotton Australia en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries ;CA1702
dc.subject people en_US
dc.subject workforce en_US
dc.subject capacity en_US
dc.subject building en_US
dc.subject Upskill en_US
dc.subject Advisory en_US
dc.subject panel en_US
dc.subject Australia en_US
dc.subject cotton en_US
dc.subject growers en_US
dc.subject TIMS en_US
dc.subject RDE en_US
dc.subject R&DE en_US
dc.subject stewardship en_US
dc.subject biosecurity en_US
dc.subject plan en_US
dc.subject Plant Health Australia (PHA) en_US
dc.subject safeguard en_US
dc.subject Emergency Plant Pest Response (EPPR) en_US
dc.subject DEED en_US
dc.subject cross sectoral en_US
dc.subject Crop Consultants Australia en_US
dc.subject CCA en_US
dc.subject CSIRO en_US
dc.subject NSW DPI en_US
dc.subject QDAF en_US
dc.subject pulse and grains en_US
dc.subject collaboration en_US
dc.subject Cotton Australia en_US
dc.title 2016-17 Grower RDE Advisory Panels Capacity Building en_US
dc.type Technical Report en_US


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