Getting to the root of crop health

SAGIT Column Root Health Workshops

Growers and advisers gained practical experience in identifying and managing soil-borne root diseases through workshops held in Adelaide, Maitland and Blyth.

SAGIT Column Root Health Workshops

Long season canola presents useful grazing option

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.

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.

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.

SARDI internship a perfect fit for Brendan Kupke

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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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N uptake in wheat analysed by CSIRO

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A new SAGIT-funded project will delve into the impact different wheat varieties have on microbial gene regulators of N cycling and free-living nitrogen-fixing bacteria in soils and the influence that has on the mineralisation of nitrogen and its uptake by the crop. CSIRO research…

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