Tactical wheat agronomy GRDC Research Updates presentations

Are you looking for more information on the research and findings from the Tactical wheat agronomy project? Each year, project staff present in depth information on the previous year's research findings.

Perth GRDC Research Updates 2018

Click on the links below to see the papers and presentations from the 2018 GRDC Research Updates in Perth and the regions.

Jeremy Curry - Research Officer

Presentation - Is April the best sowing opportunity for wheat or are there other opportunities with barley and oats? - Jeremy Curry and Raj Malik

Paper- Early sowing options for cereals – wheat, barley or oats - Raj Malik, Mark Seymour, Blakely Paynter, Georgie Troup, Brenda Shackley and Jeremy Curry

Brenda Shackley - Research Officer

Paper - Capturing the best sowing opportunities for wheat in WA - Brenda Shackley, Christine Zaicou-Kunesch, Jeremy Curry and Dion Nicol

Information in this paper was presented by Jeremy Curry at the GRDC Reserach Updates in Perth.

Dion Nicol - Research Officer

Presentation - Wheat variety update and agronomy. - Dion Nicol. Co-authors - Christine Zaicou and Brenda Shackley

Bob French - Senior Research Officer

Presentation - Sustainability of continuous wheat sequences in relation to crown rot in the low rainfall Eastern Wheatbelt - Bob French and Shahajahan Miyan

Paper - Sustainability of continuous wheat sequences in relation to crown rot in the low rainfall Eastern wheatbelt. - Bob French and Shahajahan Miyan

Christine Zaicou-Kunesch - Research Officer

Presentation - Agronomy of Scepter, Ninja plus others in the northern agricultural region, Western Australia. - Christine Zaicou-Kunesch. Co-authors - Jeremy Curry, Bob French, Dion Nicol and Brenda Shackley

Presented at the Northhampton GRDC Regional Research Updates

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Tactical wheat agronomy GRDC Research Updates presentations

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