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How agriculture is presented in the media will be discussed and debated by media professionals and farm families when the Rural Press Club of Victoria meets at the BCG Main Field Day at Berriwillock on September 9.
BCG is set to unveil almost a dozen locally relevant research trials when it opens the gates to its 2015 field site at Berriwillock on September 9.
The Rupanyup GAPP group crop walk toured local farmer paddocks last Wednesday afternoon. The bus trip co-ordinated by Ben Cordes from Tylers Hardware had a focus of growers sharing ways to combat ryegrass issues and visited oaten hay, RT and TT canola paddocks and systems.
Rules of thumb are used extensively throughout agriculture. These rule of thumbs are used because of the complexity of situations and an inability to gather all the data necessary to work out the expected result of every action.But have you ever broken down a rule of thumb?
The last BCG-BestWool/BestLamb meetings highlighted how conditions in the paddock affect reproduction and lamb survival, and used lamb autopsies to diagnose cause of death.
A suite of nutrition trials is being carried out across the Southern region as part of the GRDC More Profit from Crop Nutrition (MPCN) initiative. One of the research projects, which began in 2013 (UA00139), aims to explore the potential benefits of tactical foliar P (phosphorus) applications, with the aim of improving P use efficiency and increasing grain yields.
More than 20 women involved in agriculture gathered at Birchip on August 13 for the inaugural meeting of the Women's Growth Adoption Production and Profit (GAPP) group.
The idea of harnessing innovation and turning it into gains for Wimmera and Mallee farmers, and the industry as a whole, continues to motivate BCG to deliver high-end research, development and extension across the region.