Collaborating with Brill Ag, Grain Orana Alliance and Frontier Farming systems, with funding from GRDC. This is the first year of a 4-year project with trials in 2021 including: Pulse Variety Trials - evaluating pulse crop type performance Rhizobia Trials – evaluating nitrogen fixation in pulses, comparing N x rhizobium species P management Trials – [...]
This trial is comparing the performance of long coleoptile wheat lines with short coleoptile wheat lines at two sowing depths, shallow (4cm) and deep (12cm). Growing wheats with a longer coleoptile allows you to plant wheat deeper in the soil into moisture from summer rain, allowing early sown crops to get up and out of [...]
Crown rot has increased in southern NSW, due to the increased intensity of crop rotations and the increased adoption of no-till farming practices. Varietal resistance and tolerance to crown rot is limited. Seed treatments are available for controlling seed and soil borne diseases. Some treatments also have the added benefit of helping to manage crown [...]
Devrinol-C is a selective herbicide and provides another tool for the management of ryegrass in canola. It is safe on the crop and provides residual ryegrass control. It can be tank mixed with a number of products giving flexibility in weed control programs. This trial aims to compare the herbicide Devrinol-C to industry standards for [...]
Canola OP seed manipulation trials: Improving production of grower retained open pollinated canola seed using agronomic management to increase establishment in MRZ and LRZ of the GRDC Northern Region
Collaborating with NSW DPI, funded by NSW DPI, Ag Grow Agronomy, Grains Orana Alliance and GRDC In its second year, these trials aim to determine the treatment effect on seed size, consistency of seed size and chemical composition. Field trials are being conducted at four locations (Tottenham, Canowindra, Wagga and Griffith) as part of the [...]
Increasing the effectiveness of nitrogen fixation in pulses through improved rhizobial strains in the GRDC Northern region
This project aims to evaluate the effectiveness of nitrogen fixation in pulses through improved rhizobial strains in the GRDC Northern region. This project is a collaboration with NSW DPI. Field trials are being conducted at three locations (Condobolin, Cowra and Griffith) as part of this project.
The validation trials are part of the sandy soil project and they aim to validate the outcomes of the Sandy Soils Research Program across the south-eastern region, enabling targeted mitigation/amelioration techniques to be tested or demonstrated to overcome diagnosed primary/secondary constraints on sandy soils. It is a collaboration with the University of South Australia, Mallee Sustainable Farming, PIRSA and […]
This information will be used to make selection decisions on varieties that offer growers advantages over currently grown varieties and variety progression through the breeding program and commercial release.
Collaborating with LongReach Plant Breeders, funded by LongReach. Two sites (dryland and irrigation) comparing the performance of wheat lines for yield, grain quality, agronomic attributes and disease reaction for all major production environments in Australia. (more…)
Funded by Ag Grow Agronomy, Nuseed, Pioneer Seeds, Advanta Seeds and BASF in 2020. This trial aims to compare the performance of potential canola varieties with existing canola varieties commonly grown on dryland in Southern NSW. The trials consist of a Clearfield/Conventional trial, a Roundup Ready (RR) trial and a Triazine Tolerant (TT) trial. It [...]
AgGrow Agronomy established a Cotton Drift & Herbicide Volatility trial in Griffith NSW. The trial was established using commercial sprayers and potted cotton aiming to test the impact that drift and volatility had on cotton plant health. Download the AgGrow Agronomy Cotton Drift & Herbicide Volatility Trial Report. (more…)
Sandy Soil Project (5th Year) – Increasing production on sandy soils: overcoming constraints to poor water use (CSP00203: 2016-2021)
This work is funded under the GRDC project “Increasing production on Sandy Soils in low and medium rainfall areas of the Southern region” (CSP00203); a collaboration between the CSIRO, the University of South Australia, the SA state government through Primary Industries and Regions SA, Mallee Sustainable Farming Inc, Ag Grow Agronomy, and Trengove Consulting. There [...]
Collaborating with Hart Bros Seeds, funded by Ag Grow and HBS. Two sites (dryland and irrigation) comparing the performance of potential wheat and barley varieties with existing varieties commonly grown in SNSW under local irrigated and dryland conditions. (more…)