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Best Grains Research and Development Corporation podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Grains Research and Development Corporation podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Issues and topics affecting Australian grain growers and agriculture researchers.
 
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Nick Gillett from the WA’s eastern wheat belt has been making use of carbonate rich soils from his own farm to correct the pH of his farm’s acidic soils, rather than truck-in coastal.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
On this podcast we go deep inside the facility to see how it works and to learn more about the role of the Australian Grains Genebank plays in your industry. It’s a fascinating story.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
The speed at which weeds develop resistance to herbicides makes farmer vigilance if paramount importance.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Trials are underway in Western Australia to measure the suitability of Flax (or Linseed) as a viable and profitable break crop in systems that have few other alternatives.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Entomologists, with the help of growers and grower groups, are looking at whether chaff lines and other harvest weed seed control are having an impact on invertebrate populations in a paddock.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
On this podcast the “secret” to reducing your yield gap is exposed and it turns out that for most growers there’s plenty of gains to be made.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Sandy soils create considerable and costly grain constraints. GRDC is investing in a multi-million-dollar soils and crop nutrition strategy aimed at managing nutrition after ameliorating these kinds of soil constraints.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
On this podcast Tasmanian grower and Southern Panel member Michael Chilvers discusses the major constraints to cereal production in high rainfall areas, and how he is using the latest germplasm research and fungicide management strategies to help achieve the potential yield for his region.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
A new grain cleaning method is being trialled in WA to enable growers to further reduce the presence of snails in their harvested grain and oilseeds.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
The GRDC’s 'nutrition decisions following a dry season' project is looking at a variety of ways to fix multiple soil constraints – pH, sodicity and salinity.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
At a glance you can now determine just how much your local climate has changed over the past 60 years. The Bureau of Meteorology has published climate guides based on your Natural Resource Management area.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Esperance-based grower Gavin Egan started using clay spreading, delving and deep ripping to ameliorate soil water repellence and compaction issues seven years ago. For Gavin, the results have paid off.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Not everyone can be in the Top 20 percent of growers. But YOU can. The scale of your operation won’t put you into, or keep you out of, that exclusive club.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
In Western Australia’s eastern wheatbelt the sand plain soils are prone to acidification. Research is being done to locate and assess on-farm lime sources as an alternative to coastal lime.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
What is so special about the nitrogen delivered to the soil by a pulse crop? Soil scientist Cassie Schefe thinks she has the answer.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Decisions around lime applications to acid soils have suddenly become a lot easier with the availability of the iLime Calculator, a smartphone app that is easy to use and reveals the tangible benefits of applying lime over time.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Fungicide resistance is inevitable. That’s a tough message to accept, but experts say resistance is like a train travelling to a destination – nothing will stop it arriving but we can slow it down.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Increasing herbicide use over the last two decades has led to concerns over the potential effects herbicides (and their residues) have on soil health.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
The GRDC is leading a $16 million project focused boosting the resilience of mixed farms via successful incorporation of pasture legume species currently not widely grown.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Big is definitely the case when it comes to spray nozzle sizes, particularly when spraying in sensitive areas during summer.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
A leading science communicator says rather than educating the general public about farming, farmers should ensure that urban people trust farmers to have their best interests at heart.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Sandy soils account for five million hectares of Australia’s southern grain growing region. Crop water use and productivity on these sandy soils are commonly limited by a range of soil constraints that affect root growth.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Liming to maintain good soil pH levels and avoiding yield losses is just as important as applying fertiliser for maximising yields.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
On this podcast, Northern Grower Alliance’s Richard Daniel outlines the latest thinking when it comes to applying nitrogen to crops.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
DPRID research officer Dusty Severtson describes where within the crop to check for the aphid and the use of monitoring tools such as the Crop Scout app to accurately calculate aphid numbers.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Snails may be slow to move, but they are quick to survive baits during late Spring and Summer. This surprising development has been revealed as a result of research into snail mortality on the Yorke Peninsula.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Nitrogen fertiliser is arguably a farmer’s biggest variable cost, year on year. Providing the correct amount of nitrogen to a growing crop is the key to success.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Farmers in blackleg prone areas of Australia are generally competent in managing the disease in their canola crops. That is until the recent advent of blackleg infection of the upper canopy.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
In this podcast WA Department of Primary Industries & Regional Development research officer, Dr Ben Biddulph, discusses what to look for, when and where, to identify frost damage.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
With water such a valuable commodity nowadays, it’s little wonder that irrigators ask themselves whether they are better off selling their water or using it to grow out a crop.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Blackleg is a common yet economically serious canola disease in Western Australia (WA). While it has the potential to cause severe yield loss, the good news is that it can be successfully managed.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
There’s been a significant change to the National Variety Trials program. It’s now fully managed by the Grains Research and Development Corporation. You might be thinking… wasn’t it always? Well while the NVT program was established by GRDC back in 2005 its only in 2018 that the administration and day to day management of the national comparati ...…
 
The national trials are looking at the potential impact of russian wheat aphids on Australian yields. On this podcast, SARDI Entomologist Maarten van Helden discusses this important work.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Diamondback Moth is an occasional pest of canola, but severe infestations of adults and/or caterpillars can cause up to 80 per cent yield losses in canola and other brassica crops.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
The Regional Cropping Solutions Network encourages West Australian grain growers to voice local farming concerns and put forward research ideas to help increase grower profitability in their local port zone.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
In this podcast, CSIRO’s Steve Henry outlines the research he has been doing with mice in cropping systems.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
As a form of weed control in crops reducing row spacing can have a significant impact on weed populations. Chris Roche and Paul McIntosh pass on their experiences in this podcast.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Mike says while we have a wealth of knowledge in Australia about above-ground plant components, we don’t understand enough about roots – how variable they are between species and how they respond to different soil conditions.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
In this podcast, Wayne Parker, from Western Australia’s Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development and Soil Compaction project leader, talks to Lucinda Jose about the causes of soil compaction and the outcomes from the Soil Constraints West project that growers can adopt to improve their soils.…
 
Managing herbicide resistant weeds has become a major concern for grain growers, especially in the northern region which has the highest number of glyphosate resistant weed species.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Fifty years ago, the pioneers of zero and minimum tillage cropping systems had a challenging time to convince researchers and growers that these systems had benefits over a tractor and plough criss-crossing a paddock, but in 2018 the conservation farming methods are widely used across Australia.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Soil constraints are reducing grain grower profitability in Western Australia. Soil compaction, low pH and water repellence are estimated to cost the state’s grains industry a billion dollars annually in lost productivity.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
To aid Russian Wheat Aphid management planning and development of cultural controls, there is a need to know what role green bridges play in supporting RWA populations.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
In today’s podcast, Dr Lars Kamphuis from the Centre for Crop and Disease Management (CCDM) shares the latest research on pre-breeding efforts to develop resistant varieties.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Agronomist Cam Nicholson is passionate about providing advice to boost farmers’ profitability and productivity, and one of the keys he uses is to work out the personality types of his clients.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Philip Burrill from Queensland’s department of Agriculture & Fisheries’ post harvest team and a member of GRDC’s national grain storage extension team discusses what to consider if planning to construct a bunker or grain storage pad.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
Dr Sarah Collins is senior nematologist with WA's Department of Primary Industries & Regional Development and in this podcast Dr Collins talks about the current work into evaluating yield loss and what crop rotation recommendations are being offered to grain growers to help manage nematode issues.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
In this podcast you’ll hear from GRDC’s MD Dr Steve Jefferies talk about two GRDC investments that are working to address this challenge, to help Tasmanian, and high rainfall zone cereal growers on the mainland, close the yield gap and develop new fungicide management strategies.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
In this podcast Matt Gardner form AMPS Research discusses frost risk versus heat stress.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
A research effort led by CSIRO, with GRDC investment, has developed a modeling tool that could in future years help growers rapidly understand the extent of crop damage following a frost event to aid with timely decision-making post-frost.By Grains Research and Development Corporation
 
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