Department of Agriculture
Oats, hay, oaten hay varieties, dwarf milling oats, non-dwarf milling oats, forecasting, rainfall, weather, climate, outlook, nitrogen, high rainfall, soils, crops, split applications, biofuel, crude oil, biodiesel, ethanol, Integrated Weed Management (IWM), ryegrass, radish, herbicide resistance, biserrula, pasture legume, wheat, rotation, economic analysis, STEP, subsoil constraints, acidity, liming, compaction, deep ripping, season, soil types, people, variability, precision agriculture, risk management
This session covers nine papers from different authors
Performance of oaten hay varieties in Western Australian environments, Raj Malik and Kellie Winfield, Department of Agriculture
Performance of dwarf potential milling varieties in Western Australian environments, Raj Malik and Kellie Winfield, Department of Agriculture
2006 Seasonal outlook, David Stephens, Michael Meuleners and Kari-Lee Falconer, Department of Agriculture
Matching nitrogen supply to crop demand in high rainfall cropping, Bill Bowden, Narelle Simpson Department of Agriculture
An overview of the potential for a Biofuels Industry in Western Australia, Anne Wilkins and Nathan Hancock, Department of Agriculture
IWM performs over 5 years in 33 focus paddocks, Peter Newman and Glen Adam, Department of Agriculture
Analysis of a wheat-pasture rotation in the 330mm annual rainfall zone using the STEP model, Andrew Blake and Caroline Peak Department of Agriculture
What lies beneath? – Understanding constraints to productivity below the soil surface, Stephen Davies and Chris Gazey Department of agriculture, Bob Gilkes, Dan Evans and Tania Liaghati, University of Western Australia
Managing the Unmanageable, Bill Bowden, Department of Agriculture
Malik, R, Winfield, K, Stephens, D, Meuleners, M, Falconer, K, Bowden, B, Simpson, N, Wilkins, A, Hancock, N, Newman, P, Adam, G, Blake, A, Peak, C, Davies, S, Gazey, C, Gilkes, B, Evans, D, and Liaghati, T. (2006), Crop Updates 2006 - Cadoux and Calingiri. Department of Agriculture, Perth. Conference Proceeding.
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