Korbel, Kathy, Little, John (2015-05-04)
The Focus on NRM research series introduces you to the key cotton NRM researchers and their work.
Biggs, Andrew (2015-05-04)
Anderson, Martin, Li, Calvin (2015-04-13)
This research studies the rate of recovery of a depleted aquifer under variable climatic conditions.
Capon, Sam, Balcombe, Stephen (2015-04-13)
An Investigation on where, when and how riparian vegetation regeneration occurs across the northern Murray-Darling Basin.
Smith, Rhiannon (2015-04-13)
Research has shown that well-managed, good condition river red gum ecosystems on cotton farms provide important habitat for threatened and declining woodland birds.
Smith, Adam (2015-04-13)
This project is investigating water bird communities on cotton storages in the Gwydir and Namoi Valleys.
Smith, Rhiannon, Visser, Francois, Welsh, Jon, Vogel, Stacey, Trindall, Jane (2015-01-21)
In the Australian cotton industry nutrition is a significant cost with 75% of irrigated cotton respondents to the 2012-13 grower practice survey spending between $300 and $600 per hectare on nutritional inputs for the
Vogel, Stacey (2015-01-21)
In the Namoi valley a pilot project has trialled exciting new ways to engage growers and their families in managing natural vegetation on their farms under best practise.
Vogel, Stacey, Trindall, Stacey, Redfern, Ruth (2014-05-20)
Snapshot of project achievements:
• Five farmers with improved natural resourcemanagement knowledge and skills
• 16,830ha of native vegetation conditionbenchmarked
Vogel, Stacey, Trindall, Jane, Redfern, Ruth (2014-05-20)
Bugilbone Ridge Feral Pig Management
In the Namoi Valley a pilot project has trialled exciting
new ways to engage growers and their families
in managing natural vegetation on their farms
Ashley & Rowena Feral Pig Management
In the Gwydir valley a series of workshops on
vegetation management were held with 43
landholders within the Ashley and Rowena area