Le Breton, Trevor (RM Consulting Group, 2011-06-30)
Prolonged drought, along with a growing population and projected global warming effects are driving a focus on more efficient management of water in Australia.
Van Der Sluijs, Rene (2011-06-30)
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 and from
Mensah, Robert (NSW Department Of Primary Industries, 2011-06-30)
The Australian cotton industry generates, on average, over $1.5billion per year in export revenue. About 80 per cent of cotton farms are irrigated and the farms are generally mixed enterprise operations.
DuBois, Chelsea, Schmidt, Otto (University Of Adelaide, 2011-06-30)
Insects can respond to selection pressure by mobilising new defence mechanisms.
Liu, Xiaobo (University Of Melbourne, 2011-06-30)
Novel approaches to irrigation scheduling are becoming critically important as water resources in the Basin come under increased scrutiny.
Burns, Mitchell (University Of Sydney, 2011-06-30)
) used to support pesticide management decisions at the catchment-scale can deliver environmental protection while retaining farm production benefits.
Murray, Rob (University Of Adelaide, 2011-06-30)
Irrigated vineyards in Australia have seen extensive adoption of drip irrigation. At the start of this project there was concern about the sustainability of drip irrigation based on previous field observations.
Hornebuckle, John (CSIRO Land And Water, 2011-06-30)
Water management in the cotton industry has continued to be of fundamental importance to sustainability and production.
Bagshaw, Kevin (University Of Southern Queensland, 2011-06-30)
Investigation allowing for means of better processing long fine Australian cotton and further
improving ginning efficiency was accomplished. Research was conducted in New South
Nadelko, Tony (CSIRO Land And Water, 2011-06-30)
Deep drainage below the root zone is still the least understood component of the water balance, especially in cracking clay soils.
Smith, Rod (University Of Southern Queensland, 2011-06-30)
Precision irrigation is still in its infancy both in Australia and internationally.
Silburn, Mark, Foley, Jenny (Queensland DEEDI, 2011-06-30)
The cotton industry and other investors have spent millions of dollars on ‘water balance’
related research over the past two decades. While soil water balance models can be used
Mulligan, Lyndon (Lyndon Mulligan, 2011-06-30)
The theme of the conference centered on organised grower groups and where they fitted in the agricultural research landscape.
Ringrose-Voase, Anthony (CSIRO Land And Water, 2011-06-30)
Cockroft, Bruce (Soils Research Pty Ltd, 2011-06-30)
The project’s research has developed a new system of soil management. Eight fruitgrowers have set up fruit trees in commercial areas using the system.
Gunawardeena, Thusitha, McGarry, Des (Queensland Department Of Environment And Resource Management (DERM), 2011-06-30)
Deep drainage(DD) - water that passes beyond the - is an important process in irrigated cropping soils to ensure leaching of salts through the soil profile to deeper soil layers, the vadose zone ( the zone between the
Rossiter, Louise (NSW Department Of Primary Industries, 2011-06-30)
Insecticide resistance represents one of the most significant limitations to successful pest control and economic production in Australian cotton industry.
Werth, Jeff, Thornby, David (Queensland DEEDI, 2011-06-30)
The introduction of glyphosate tolerant cotton has significantly improved the
flexibility and management of a number of problem weeds in cotton systems.
Shannon, John (Vegetables WA, 2011-06-30)
This project provided for the extension of the Vegetable Irrigation Scheduling System (VISS).
Hullugalle, Nilantha (NSW Department Of Primary Industries, 2011-06-30)
The aims of the project were to determine the effect of selected management practices on
carbon sequestration, soil quality and hydrology, crop agronomy and profitability in irrigated