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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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(ASSCT, 2020)Despite much research into the impact of high harvester pour rates and fan speeds on harvested cane yields, there has been low adoption of HBP (harvesting best practice) across the industry. Full adoption across the ...
(ASSCT, 2019)Using ground speeds and extractor fan speeds recommended by Harvesting Best Practice (HBP) will minimise cane loss and stool damage. While these benefits provide an incentive for growers to request contractors use HBP ...
(ASSCT, 2019)Mechanical sugarcane harvesting is commonly undertaken at ground speeds that exceed the cleaning capacity of modern harvesters, which is likely to increase extraneous matter (EM) levels in the cane supply. To attempt to ...
A new high throughput method for screening for root-knot and root-lesion nematode resistance in sugarcane : final report 2019/401 (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2021)Root-lesion nematodes (Pratylenchus zeae) and root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne javanica) are the two most important nematode pathogens of sugarcane in Australia. They cause loses of over $82 million to the Australian sugar ...
(Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2021)The Southern Sugar Solutions project was a novel project that linked research; development and extension activities that were being conducted by DAF with funding support from GRDC to monitor impact on the subsequent cane crop.