Welcome to Sugar Research Australia's eLibrary
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.
Most documents in the eLibrary are freely available to any reader. Some documents are restricted, for example where copyright restrictions prevail. To request access to restricted documents contact email@example.com.
How content is categorised in the eLibrary
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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(Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2021)Full edition of CaneConnection, Summer 2021
(Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2021)SRA was established in 2013 as a sugarcane grower- and miller-owned company and the declared Industry Services Body for the Australian sugarcane industry. At its formation, SRA was created as part of an amalgamation of ...
(Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2021)Full edition of CaneConnection, Spring 2021
(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 ...