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SANTFA Conference 2019 (SAN317)

SANTFA Conference 2019 (SAN317)

The core objectives of the project were to:
• Successfully hold the SANTFA annual conference
• Have a minimum of 150 delegates attend the conference
• Provide conference audio throughout the rest of the season

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Making Science Useful to Agriculture (S1218)

Making Science Useful to Agriculture (S1218)

A workshop was held to outline propositions for improved focus on Agriculture research and development investment and to demonstrate the impact of science and technology with emphasis on genetic improvement and agronomy.

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Upper North: Time of Sowing and Yield Loss from Frost/Heat Stress (UNF116)

Upper North: Time of Sowing and Yield Loss from Frost/Heat Stress (UNF116)

The Upper North Agricultural Region of SA is frequently affected by hot dry springs, significant frost events and unreliable opening rains. Identifying the window of least risk for sowing and increasing the knowledge of the farmers to different wheat phenology will increase profitability and enable management through seasonal variation.

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2018 Ag Excellence Alliance Forum Evaluation (AEX118G)

2018 Ag Excellence Alliance Forum Evaluation (AEX118G)

A forum was held to increase the understanding of research and development projects and activities carried out by South Australia’s farming groups, as well as sharing resources and knowledge between farming groups, industry and government representatives.

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Hi Tech Monitoring Sites (A116)

Hi Tech Monitoring Sites (A116)

Providing farming systems groups and growers access to real-time weather and crop data at monitoring sites in Riverton, Bute, Hart and Booleroo Centre.

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Crown rot resistance in durums (S514)

Crown rot resistance in durums (S514)

Crown rot resistance has been sought from a wild related species and bread wheats to gain useful levels of resistance. Multiple crosses have been made to adapted durums to ensure good yield potential.

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