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  • Water consumption - growth relationships of the variety Q80 

    Unknown author (n.d.)
    A drainage lysimeter was installed at Ayr Sugar Experiment Station, 1964 and after a settling-in period, planted to sugar cane 1965, to determine the amount of water used by cane and lost by evaporation from the soil during ...
  • Water quality work that works for us 

    Unknown author (2017)
    The Protecting our Chemicals project is working collaboratively with growers and using practical demonstrations to create a positive impact in the Wet Tropics.
  • Water savings and water accounting in irrigated sugarcane. 

    Inman-Bamber, NG; Attard, SJ (2008)
    This paper reviews both published and unpublished data to indicate how the industry could consider better ways of accounting for water use as well as ways to reduce water use under certain circumstances.
  • Water table monitoring in the Ord River Valley 

    Nulsen, RA; Sherrard, JH (2000)
    Monitoring of groundwater levels has been undertaken in the Ord River Irrigation Area using a network of bores established on farms throughout the Stage I area. These bores, many of which were installed as part of this ...
  • Wecome to the Summer 2016 edition of CaneConnection 

    Pfeffer, B (2016)
    This edition of your quarterly magazine once again updates you on the latest research and adoption activities occurring at SRA, as well as other important innovation that is occurring within the Australian sugarcane industry.
  • Weed control 

    Young, HE (Bureau of Sugar Experiment Stations, 1962)
    A weed can be defined as an unwanted plant, or as a plant growing in the wrong place. Plants which are useful in their right places become weeds if they grow where they are not wanted. Guinea grass for instance is a useful ...
  • Weed control 

    Young, HE (Bureau of Sugar Experiment Stations, 1962)
    A weed can be defined as an unwanted plant, or as a plant growing in the wrong place. Plants which are useful in their right places become weeds if they grow where they are not wanted. Guinea grass for instance is a useful ...
  • Weed management in sugarcane manual 

    Ross, P; Fillols, E (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2017)
    This manual covers all stages of the sugarcane crop cycle, as well as looking at the suitability of various herbicides for various weeds, and the best application of herbicides. It also provides the latest information on ...
  • Weedicide properties of trash blankets and timing of application of pre-emergent herbicides on trash 

    Fillols, E (2012)
    Trials were initiated in 2010 in the Mackay area to study the impact of different green cane trash levels on the weed population and cane yield and to compare different application timings of pre-emergent herbicides in ratoons
  • Welcome to MillingMatters 

    Unknown author (2016)
    Welcome to the fourth edition of Milling Matters magazine. The purpose of this magazine is to provide updates on milling research activity for SRA's milling investors. SRA invests in a range of milling research projects, ...
  • Welcome to MillingMatters 

    Pfeffer, B (2016)
    Wecome to the third edition of SRA's MillingMatters publication. This magazine continues to provide important updates on research activities in the milling sector, and in this edition there is a strong focus on the extra ...
  • Welcome to MillingMatters 

    Pfeffer, B (2016)
    Welcome to the fifth edition of Milling Matters magazine. Sugar Research Australia (SRA) produces this publication twice each year to update our investors on research and other activity that is occurring for the milling ...
  • Welcome to the 2014 spring edition of CaneConnection 

    Ward, A (2014)
    Welcome to the Spring edition of CaneConnection. With harvest now in full swing, we have entered one of our busier times of the year, with the crush progressing, fertiliser application under way and fallow planning commencing. ...
  • Welcome to the 2014 summer edition of CaneConnection 

    Ward, A (2014)
    Welcome to the summer edition of CaneConnection. We feature updates on Sugar Research Australia’s (SRA) strategy to enhance adoption; progress being made by our plant breeders; ways to maximise productivity and profitability ...
  • Welcome to the 2014 winter edition of CaneConnection 

    Ward, A (2014)
    A good crop starts with planting the right variety using high-quality plant material. So, in this edition of CaneConnection, we preview three new varieties selected by the Herbert Variety Adoption Committee for production ...
  • Welcome to the Autumn edition of CaneConnection magazine 

    Pfeffer, B (2016)
    In our cover story for this edition, we take a look at the results of a survey conducted by ABARES and funded by SRA and the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, looking at cane farm productivity and profitability.
  • Welcome to the first edition of CaneConnection 

    Ward, A (2013)
    In this edition we cover a variety of seasonally relevant issues as well as an update on our work into understanding Yellow Canopy Syndrome.
  • Welcome to the second edition of CaneConnection 

    Ward, A (2013)
    With the crush now completed we focus on the new crop and laying the foundations to maximising productivity and profitability in the coming season. For every cropping cycle, obtaining the maximum yield potential starts ...
  • Welcome to the Spring 2017 edition of CaneConnection 

    Unknown author (2017)
    We have another bumper issue for you inside these pages, looking at several of the research projects that SRA is investing in on behalf of sugarcane growers and millers.