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SRA's eLibrary provides online full-text access to a growing collection of research reports and electronic publications authored by SRA researchers and staff or resulting from research funded by SRA.
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Content in the eLibrary is categorised into communities. Within each community, content is organised into collections. The collections broadly classify the content within the eight Key Focus Areas that SRA currently invests in.
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Communities in the eLibrary
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Australian sugarcane industry soil health benchmarking in Central Queensland: Increasing profit and transforming soil health practices through cooperative industry research, extension and adoption (2021-12-13)Activity 1: Measure changes in soil health under a range of farming practices: potential soil health indicators, benchmarks & measurements recommended to enable grower/ industry demonstration of performance improvement ...
A Common Approach to Greenhouse-Gas Accounting for Australian Agriculture: Methods and Data Guidance (2023-04)A common approach for GHG accounting across agricultural sectors is essential to enhance consistency, transparency and confidence in sector-level GHG reporting. Internationally, there are approaches and tools that influence ...
A Common Approach to Greenhouse-Gas Accounting for Australian Agriculture: Common Terminology for GHG Accounting (2023-04)This document is an extended glossary of terms used in or relevant to the project A Common Approach to Sector-Level GHG Accounting for Australian Agriculture, including abbreviations. It accompanies the Methods and Data ...
Seeing is believing: managing soil variability, improve crop yield, and minimising off site impacts using digital soil mapping (2020-12-31)Over 70 % of sugarcane industry operates next to the Great Barrier Reef (GBR). Farmers are under pressure to improve practices to minimise off-farm pollution, while at the same time improve fertiliser (e.g. lime) and ...