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GRDC Grains Research Update (Ouyen)

The GRDC Grains Research Update provides a unique forum for growers and advisers to learn from and network with leading industry professionals.

Event Details
  • When Tuesday, 19th July 2016
  • Time 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
  • Entry $30 entry, $20 for additional members of same business
  • Venue Ouyen Football Club Rooms
  • Location Farrell Street, Ouyen VIC 3490

Speakers
Peter Boutsalis - University of Adelaide

How to deal with the overuse of the IMI chemistry in farming systems

Alison Frischke - BCG

Opportunities for better grazing management

Mark McLean - Agriculture Victoria

Cereal pathology watch list for 2016

Rick Llewellyn - CSIRO

Managing the profit and risk of fertilser N investment in sandy soils

Jason Brand - Agriculture Victoria

Pulse crops for dry climates


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