Research Results

BCG publishes the BCG Season Research Results yearly every February, containing the full results of the year's trials and fieldwork. This publication is highly sought after and is available to BCG members only. Articles are also available to BCG members online, and can be viewed below.

BCG Season Research Results 2020

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BCG Season Research Results 2020


Research Articles

Oaten hay agronomy – Wimmera

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Oaten hay agronomy – southern Mallee

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Yield losses from net blotches in the southern Mallee: serious problem or sales pitch?

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Septoria control in the MRZ

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Grain yield losses from net blotches of barley in the Wimmera and Mallee

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Risk management of aerial blackleg (upper canopy infection) in canola

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Farmer sown and harvested replicated field trials

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Nitrogen rates in North Central Victoria

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Managing N fertiliser to profitably close yield gaps

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The effects of gibberellic acid on biomass and harvestability of vetch hay

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Sowing time for wheat and barley varieties

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Sowing for optimised establishment

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Investigating soil amelioration techniques in sandy gravel soils in the southern Wimmera

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Ripping, manuring and clay spreading on a duplex soil: early learnings from the first-year response

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Deep ripping on pulses: a first year response

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Pulses in North Central Victoria

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Common vetch trial results from the Victorian Mallee

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Mallee, Wimmera and North Central cereal NVT summary

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Managing brome in canola rotations: Complementing chemical control with crop competition

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Watching over new herbicide chemistry for durum wheat

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Herbicide residues – Measuring herbicide carryover

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