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Chickpea Disease management, On-farm Grain Storage Options, and Feeding the World through Science

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By Portal Admin - 22nd September 2020 - Back to News

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Food mechanics recipe to serve up healthy food that lasts

QUT researchers are working to design faster, cheaper, and better ways to store food.

Good results in chickpea disease management trials

Research aimed at helping northern growers protect chickpea production is showing promising results in trials at the NSW Department of Primary Industries’ (DPI) Tamworth Agricultural Institute.

HWSC effective for brome grass management
When it comes to controlling brome grass, new research supported by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) indicates any amount of harvest weed seed control (HWSC) is better than none.

Be harvest prepared: the time is right to think about on-farm grain storage options

With many grain producers across NSW looking at an early and possibly bumper crop this spring, Local Land Services is offering two free webinars addressing on-farm storage options.

Balancing the loss of terrestrial biodiversity and feeding the world: how science can help

Feeding a hungry world has put increasing pressure on our lands, and the native plants and animals that rely on them.


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