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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Break crops provide profitable options for Mallee farmers

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.