Welcome to Sugar Research Australia's eLibrary
This is SRA's eLibrary, a web site that provides online full-text access to a growing collection of research reports and electronic publications authored by SRA researchers and staff or funded by SRA.
Work deposited here is freely accessible to the world via the web. Access is restricted only in unavoidable instances, for example where copyright restrictions prevail.
Shown below are the main Communities (themes) within this eLibrary. Content within each Community is organised into 'collections' that broadly classifies the work within the eight key focus areas that SRA currently invests in. Click on a name to browse its content, use the search capability above or use the faceted browsing under the 'DISCOVER' panel to the right.
Communities in this eLibrary
Select a community to browse its collections.
(2016)Farmers are using a sophisticated mix of new agronomy and farm practices that are improving the agricultural economy and providing an answer to the environmental risk of nitrogen fertiliser escaping into the atmosphere.
(2016)Norris ECT has developed a new program that is aimed at giving the sugarcane value chain greater information about harvesting costs and practices.
(2016)It is a complex numbers game as growers, harvesting operators, and millers work toward improving harvesting efficiency. SRA's Brad Pfeffer spoke to farmer and harvester operator Michael Brombal about meeting this challenge.
(2016)Bundaberg farmers Mark and Brian Pressler are hopeful of obtaining about a five-year pay-off period for an investment in new irrigation infrastructure, and so far the results have been encouraging.