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Friday, 16 December 2016/Author: Business Directory/Number of views (568)/Comments (0)/
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NSW Sustaining the Basin - Irrigated farm modernisation

NSW Sustaining the Basin - Irrigated farm modernisation

Update Bulletin 36

June 2016 What’s on this month? · 

Closing date for Round 8 funding · 

Subsidy available for the IAL, Irrigation Pumps Training Course, Moree · 

IAL Conference news and photos · 

2016 Cotton Conference trade display

Wednesday, 8 June 2016/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (0)/Comments (0)/
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Tuesday, 7 June 2016/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (0)/Comments (0)/
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Calling all Young Grain Growers

Calling all Young Grain Growers

Want to drive change on farm and in the Grains industry? The 2016 Australian Farm Grain Leaders Program is about to kick off. Join 9 other young farmers to visit farms in Queensland and Western Australia and visit with industry leaders in Sydney . Grow your own knowledge and skills to apply to your own farm project. Meet industry leaders and attend the industry’s Innovation Generation conference in Western Australia. For more Information contact Facilitator – Jo Eady Phone 0419912879 or email jo.eady@bigpond.com. Applications close 29 January. This program is an initiative of and funded by Grain Growers Limited.
Friday, 22 January 2016/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (0)/Comments (0)/
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Train plan a goer - sort of

Train plan a goer - sort of

A major rail development that is expected to slash the number of times the Newell Hwy level crossing is blocked during harvest season - as well as reduce train movements past Narrabri West Public School - has been given the go-ahead, but not exactly as expected.

Friday, 9 October 2015/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (0)/Comments (0)/
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Variable results expected for north west harvest

Variable results expected for north west harvest

Harvest time is near, but local agronomists and farmers are expecting highly variable results across the region.

ABOVE: Narrabri’s George Scilley, Shaun Thomson and Richard Scilley and a row of headers ready for hopefully a busy harvest.

For some grain growers this year’s crop will be the best they have had for many years, but for others, crops won’t be worth stripping.

Pursehouse Rural Agronomist James Fleming is currently seeing growers at both ends of the spectrum.

“There is patches that will go quite well and other patches that are fast running out of moisture,” he said.

“Some of my clients are having a really good season, while others aren’t having such luck.

“Rain is probably too late for most crops but some that were planted late would benefit.”

Thursday, 8 October 2015/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (0)/Comments (0)/
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PBA Nasma released at Narrabri

PBA Nasma released at Narrabri

RUTH CASKEY22 Sep, 2015 04:00 AM The Land Newspaper

GROWERS looking to maximise nitrogen fixes and improve crop rotations could look towards the latest faba bean variety on the market, PBA Nasma.

The variety was released at the annual University of Sydney Plant Breeding Institute field day at Narrabri last week.

It's the first variety released since PBA Warda in 2012.

Narrabri-based University of Sydney plant breeder Kedar Adhikari said Nasma was a much improved version of Warda, improving crop quality while maintaining a solid disease package.

"The biggest improvement is that Nasma can yield three to five per cent more than Warda, in both irrigated and dryland operations," Dr Adhikari said.

"It does that with no compromise in the disease package, so farmers are sure to be happy about that."

Tuesday, 22 September 2015/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (0)/Comments (0)/
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Field Day brings growers up to date on varieties, challenges

Field Day brings growers up to date on varieties, challenges

PICTURED: Bellata farmers Glenn Fernance, Drew Penberthy and Mick Coffey at the Lochearn field day.

About 150 people travelled to ‘Lochearn’ east of Bellata on Tuesday to see exciting trials of the newest winter crop varieties.

Farmers, agronomists, bankers and industry representatives attended the field day, run by Kalyx and Drew Penberthy of Penberthy Agricultural Consultants (Penagcon).

New wheat, faba bean, chickpea, canola and safflower varieties were demonstrated.

A new variety of durum, Lillaroi, developed by the Department of Primary Industries was also launched on the day.

Crown rot resistance in wheat and legume treatments to induce higher yield in legumes were key discussion points while Richard Daniels from the Northern Grower Alliance spoke about nitrogen management and protein accumulation.

Friday, 18 September 2015/Author: Kate Schwager/Number of views (0)/Comments (0)/
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