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
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(Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2017)Increasing costs of irrigation in irrigated production regions, and seasonal periods of water deficits in rain-fed production regions are impacting greatly on profitability, sustainability, and expansion of the Australian ...
(Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2017-06-23)A feasibility study was conducted to investigate the value and application of sensors in the harvesting environment for improved feedback for quality and loss control. A desktop study, this project (a) investigated the ...
(CRC for Sustainable Sugar Production, 2003)The purpose of this book is to help those who are variously responsible for developing, promulgating or implementing advice on how to best manage sugar soils in an agronomic context. In particular, it emphasises the ...
Phase 1: Advancing yield, disease resistance and ratooning by exploiting new sources of genetic variability from wild relatives of sugarcane (2017-06)This project was originally planned and designed for six years to allow collection of data over 2 or 3 ratoon crops. In this first phase of the project, all propagations and trials were well established and good quality ...
(2017-05)Recent record high levels of electricity export from sugar factories have corresponded to record low levels of dust emissions from sugar factory boilers. One of the main reasons for low emissions is the increased use of ...