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  • Variety Guide 2022/23 Burdekin Region 

    Unknown author (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2022)
    This guide is designed to help growers in the Burdekin canegrowing region with their agronomic considerations when selecting new varieties to plant and trial on their farms. The information comes from the best available ...
  • Support of cane farmer trials of enhanced efficiency fertiliser in the catchments of the Great Barrier Reef : Final report 2016/807 

    Connellan, J; Thompson, M (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2022-01)
    There is growing pressure from community and government for farmers located within the Great Barrier Reef catchments to reduce nutrient losses. Enhanced Efficiency Fertilisers (EEFs) provide an opportunity to improve ...
  • Information sheet : Soil sampling 

    Unknown author (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2022)
    Soil sampling provides useful information about the chemical and nutrient properties of soil within a particular block. It will therefore assist in determining fertiliser type and rate. Soil sampling also ...
  • Information sheet : Nematode resistant legumes as a rotational crop with sugarcane 

    Unknown author (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2022)
    The two main types of nematodes that cause damage to sugarcane are root lesion nematode (RLN) and root knot nematodes (RKN). There are many other types of nematodes that can affect sugarcane, such as dagger ...
  • Information sheet : Managing frost damage 

    Unknown author (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2022)
    Frost damage to sugarcane will vary with landscape position (it is generally worse in hollows and creek flats), variety and the openness of the crop. In small, open crops, damage goes further down the stalk ...

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