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The South Australian Grain Industry Trust is unique. No other state has its own research fund supported by growers and dedicated to supporting projects with direct benefits for the local grain industry.
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South Australian Grain Industry Trust
SAGIT gives South Australian grain growers a stake and a voice in research projects that deliver relevant local benefits.
Grower contributions are managed with a leading combination of industry, research, finance and communications expertise.
The SAGIT Trustees bring a huge depth of hands-on experience to the stewardship of SAGIT’s research investments.
SAGIT has been a champion of innovation for 30 years, with an extraordinary record of achievement for SA grain growers.
Improvement and innovation
On average, SAGIT invests $1.8 million a year in supporting research crucial to advancing South Australia’s $4.6 billion grain industry. These projects deliver real improvements in countless areas of grain growing, farming systems, soil management, harvesting, storage, processing and marketing, and providing technical information to growers.
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Developing a successful stored grain ecosystem model requires input and interaction by engineers and scientists specialising in the subject.
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FUNDING APPLICATION FORMS
An important stream of funding for research and activities to benefit South Australian grain growers is now on offer.The South Australian Grain Industry Trust (SAGIT) is accepting applications for its 2022 project funding grants.Research organisations, grower groups...
THE South Australian Grain Industry Trust (SAGIT) has announced more than $2.45 million in funding for 25 new grain research projects in 2021. The decisions represent a commitment to improving the resilience and productivity of South Australia’s grain industry....
THE South Australian Grain Industry Trust is now accepting applications for its 2021 project funding grants. SAGIT Chairman Max Young said any individual, research organisation or grower group with a relevant project is encouraged to apply. “We are always keen to...