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  • Sellars, Simon; Taylor, Ian (Boyce Chartered Accountants, 2019-06-30)
    The 2018 Australian Cotton Comparative Analysis (ACCA) is the fourteenth report produced by Boyce Chartered Accountants in conjunction with the Cotton Research & Development Corporation (CRDC). From 1986 to 2004 the report ...
  • Byrnes-Morrison, Tracey (Cotton Australia, 2019-06-30)
    The funding for project CA1804 was the underwriting of the 2018 Australian Cotton Conference. The purpose of the biannual conference is to provide a platform for sharing the increasing industry knowledge relating to research ...
  • Ceeney, Sally (Cotton Australia, 2019-06-30)
    Uptake for CottonMap was high for the 2018/19 season • Approximately 86% of the total planted area was mapped • Approximately 30,856 page views for the CottonMap Despite significant investment in spray drift mitigation ...
  • Comiskey, Sonya (Central Highlands Development Corporation, 2019-12-31)
    At 31st December 2019, the Agfrontier Regional AgTech Incubator program was at the halfway point in its 14-month long duration. A cohort of ten agricultural innovators was selected from more than 30 applications received ...
  • Simpson, Andrew; Payne, Alice; Devitt, Kate; Perez, Tristan (Queensland University of Technology, 2019-06-30)
    Agri- intelligence targets the increasing complexity of farming enterprise operations arising from increasing availability of data, connectedness of decisions, and seeking to optimise operations more tightly, and at finer ...
  • Butler, Greg (AgDel, 2019-06-30)
    Ultra-High Pressure Water Jet technology has a number of industrial applications in product manufacturing. The technology uses water pumped through specialised nozzles at ultra-high pressures (50,000-60,000 psi) to create ...
  • Dalton, Alexandra (Upper Namoi Cotton Grower Association, 2019-06-30)
    The Upper Namoi Cotton Growers CGA showed particular interest in the water savings and water efficiency infrastructure available. The project involved exploring their potential implementation, in order to use less water ...
  • Ankeny, Rachel; Bray, Heather; Phillipov, Michelle; Buddle, Emily (AgriFutures Australia, 2019-06-30)
    Australia’s primary industries share common risks relating to declining community trust. Decreasing trust can lead to increased regulation, limited market access, disincentives to invest in infrastructure, and reduced ...
  • Houghton, Rob (Irrigation Research & Extension Committee, 2018-07)
    The CRDC funded “Automation of recycle system- IREC Field Station” project saw the supply & installation of variable speed drive pump, sensor and recycle pump automation technology to complement the state-of-the-art automated ...
  • Bird, Lisa (NSW DPI, 2019-06)
    Insecticide resistance results in reduced product efficacy and represents a major cost to agricultural production in terms of economic, environmental and social consequences. The cotton bollworm, Helicoverpa armigera is ...
  • Kummerow, Meg (Fly the Farm, 2019-12-31)
    The objective of the project was to hold two workshops, one in Queensland & one in NSW with 20 attendees, 50% of whom must be women (10 attendees). In the end, it was decided to hold three workshops, one in Mungindi, ...
  • Phillip, Andrew (Northern Territory Farmers Association Inc., 2019-06-30)
    Cotton has been looked to be a commercial crop in the Northern Territory on several occasions over the last 100 years, firstly as a wet season crop and more recently (in the last 25 years) as a dry season (winter) crop. ...
  • Rajkhowa, Rangam (Deakin University, 2019-03-30)
    In this project, a novel treatment was investigated to improve whiteness, brightness, softness and dye uptake of cotton yarn and fabric. It uses an eco-friendly amino acid treatment in place of highly concentrated caustic ...
  • Birrer, Katherine (Deakin University, 2019-06-30)
    Cotton fibre is the most important natural textile fibre, but it requires intensive scouring to disrupt the hydrophobic cuticle to allow dye to penetrate. The standard fibre qualities and amount of waxy cuticle material ...
  • Gaynor, Harry (The University of Sydney, 2019-06-30)
    Irrigation is a key component of cotton production in Australian agriculture, where increasing pressures of water scarcity requires growers to improve their water use efficiency. Monitoring of soil water deficits is a key ...
  • Sauer, Brooke (CRDC, 2019-06-30)
    The AgTech Finder is a direct response to challenges facing the industry relating to barriers to new technology adoption - namely, the ability for agribusinesses to know what is available and understand the essential ...
  • Thomas, Amanda (Macquarie CGA, 2019-06-30)
    The Macquarie valley is closely monitoring the smart farm and ‘automation” space, there are currently two providers in the valley who are offering new technology that the Macquaire Cotton Grower Association (MCGA) would ...
  • McVeigh, Adam (Darling Downs CGA, 2018-11-30)
    The project seeks to further contribute to two of the broad objectives of the Darling Downs Cotton Growers Incorporated (DDCGI) firstly, in the provision of first aid training in line with Level 1 requirements of the ...
  • O'Brien, Mary (CottonInfo Team and Upper Namoi Cotton Growers Association, 2019-06-30)
    This project funding supported two workshops held in the Upper Namoi area; one in Spring Ridge, and one in Boggabri. The objectives of the workshops were twofold; 1) To provide opportunity for both cotton growers and others ...
  • Bierhoff, Bernard (Walgett Cotton Growers Association, 2019-06-30)
    Growers in the Walgett Cotton Growers Association(CGA) have shown ongoing interest in ensuring that they are at the forefront of new technologies and ideas. The growers have become very good at managing their resources and ...

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