THE South Australian Grain Industry Trust (SAGIT) has awarded almost $2 million towards 18 research projects in its 2019 funding program. The successful projects – which were chosen from a pool of more than 35 applicants – include diverse topics ranging from improving on-farm grain storage to a wheat production…
Growers in South Australia’s high-rainfall regions could soon be reaping more barley per hectare thanks to a South Australian Grain Industry Trust project currently underway.
The South Australian Grain Industry Trust is putting the call out for applications to researchers and grower groups who are interested in applying for funding to conduct trials, take part in an industry tour or host a speaker at a future event.
Two key soil-borne diseases suspected to be emerging threats for South Australian pulse crops are the subject of laboratory research, DNA sequencing and efforts to develop PREDICTA® B testing framework.
The South Australian Grain Industry Trust is welcoming a new Chairman and trustee to its board, bolstering its wealth of expertise leading the South Australian grains research sector.
Growers in South Australia’s low rainfall cropping regions could soon have access to better-suited lentil varieties with unique traits, with a South Australian Grain Industry Trust funded project underway.
With spring just around the corner, growers should be starting to keep an eye out for winged pest insects in grain crops.
SOUTH Australian growers will have access to a huge range of research and farm management information on soils as the South Australian Grain Industry Trust and leading SA farming systems groups form part of a new Co-operative Research Centre (CRC).
Significant differences between productivity and profitability of break crop options have been highlighted in Mallee Sustainable Farming’s SAGIT-funded project, ‘Adopting profitable crop sequences in the SA Mallee’, with high-value legumes proving their ability to offer farmers considerable benefits for diversity over continuous wheat.