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Completed projects final reports [626]
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  • Total research investment 

    Unknown author (2016)
    Sugar Research Australia aims to invest in projects that will deliver real benefits on key issues for its investors.
  • Soybeans deliver win-win for profitability and the environment 

    Unknown author (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.
  • SCHLOT puts wealth of data at your fingertips 

    Pfeffer, B (2016)
    Norris ECT has developed a new program that is aimed at giving the sugarcane value chain greater information about harvesting costs and practices.
  • Better data and tools to help inform best outcome for harvesting 

    Pfeffer, B (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.
  • Chasing efficiency and productivity at Bundaberg 

    Pfeffer, B (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.

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