SARDI's Amanda Pearce, SAGIT Scientific Officer Allan Mayfield, SAGIT Trustee Ted Langley and SAGIT Project Manager Malcolm Buckby at the canola grazing trial at Bool Lagoon. Photo: Bridget Penna.

Long season canola presents useful grazing option

Sowing dual-purpose canola early in the season has the potential to increase profitability for growers within high rainfall zones, according to findings from a South Australian Grain Industry Trust trial based in the state’s south east.

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SARDI internship a perfect fit for Brendan Kupke

Brendan Kupke’s goal to pursue a career in grains research has been reinforced by being involved in the South Australian Research and Development Institute internship program funded by SAGIT, the GRDC, SARDI and the University of Adelaide.

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SAGIT announces $1.97m funding towards new research projects

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…

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Applications open for SAGIT research funding

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.