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    • Welcome to the first edition of CaneConnection 

      Ward, A (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 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 (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 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 (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 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.
    • Welcome to the Spring edition of CaneConnection 

      Unknown author (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2015)
      This magazine continues to provide an update on SRA-funded research that is occurring both within SRA and via our external research partners.
    • Welcome to the Summer 2017 edition of CaneConnection 

      Unknown author (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2017)
      In this edition, we are looking at everything from the sky above sugarcane plants with research using unmanned aerial vehicles, to underground to better understanding soil health.
    • Welcome to the summer edition of CaneConnection 

      Pfeffer, B (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2015)
      With the harvest complete for most regions, this issue takes a look back at some innovative and modern farm practices being used on farms that help deliver improved outcomes for growers and millers.
    • Welcome to the third edition of CaneConnection 

      Ward, A (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2014)
      In our last edition of CaneConnection, we focused on the fallow period and some of the key steps that can be taken to lay the foundations for the next crop cycle. Having navigated his important phase, we focus on some of ...
    • Welcome to the Winter 2016 edition of CaneConnection 

      Pfeffer, B (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2016)
      With the harvest upon us for another year, this edition has a strong focus on some of the holistic research, development and extension activities that SRA is investing in regarding reducing harvest losses.
    • Welcome to the Winter 2017 edition of CaneConnection 

      Unknown author (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2017)
      In this edition we feature a range of stories from across SRA and our research, development and adoption investment for sugarcane growers and millers.
    • Welcome to the Winter 2018 edition of CaneConnection 

      Unknown author (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2018)
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    • Welcome to the Winter edition of CaneConnection 

      Unknown author (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2015)
      You are reading a new look version of CaneConnection. This new format of the magazine brings together the latest information about how SRA is working for you into one handy location, combining articles on SRA-funded research ...
    • What lies beneath? 

      Young, A (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2017)
      It sounds like the catchphrase of a B-Grade horror film, but in terms of sugarcane soil health, it is of the greatest importance.
    • What's in a block? Using technology to find the answer 

      Russell, H (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2020)
      What's in a block? Using technology to find the answer
    • What's the buzz on soldier fly research 

      Pfeffer, B (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2018)
      What's the buzz on soldier fly research
    • Which fertiliser should I apply to my ratoons? 

      Calcino, D (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2013)
      The 2013 harvest is well into the current season. Now until Christmas is the time the ratoons receive fertiliser to take them through the next 12 months. Which fertiliser do ratoons need and how much nutrient should be ...
    • Whole-farm planning for management of varieties to maximise productivity and reduce losses from diseases : SRDC final report BSS294 

      Croft, BJ; Cox, MC; Millard, D; Burrows, A (2009)
      The appropriate selection of sugarcane varieties is critical for maximising profitability and sustainability for both growers and millers in the Australian sugarcane industry. Growers are faced with many complex decisions ...
    • Why the right soil sample can make all the difference 

      Daly, K (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2015)
      Soil sampling and analysis should be the foundation of all fertiliser programs. The way in which the samples are collected will have a significant influence on the results of the analysis.
    • Wider rows improve efficiency at Bloomsbury 

      Unknown author (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2019)
      Wider rows improve efficiency at Bloomsbury
    • WinRHIZO software for evaluating effects of farming systems on sugarcane root systems : ASSCT peer-reviewed paper 

      Di Maggio, L; Olsen, D; Verrall, R (ASSCT, 2019)
      Sugarcane roots are notoriously difficult to study. The opaque nature of the soil matrix, large biomass, and ratooning habit of the crop make studying roots challenging. WinRHIZO is a specialist root analysis software ...
    • Working to improve RSD testing 

      Unknown author (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2017)
      A new sampling and testing process for RSD has been developed, with a research project underway to assess the potential for commercial and widespread use of this new technology for the Australian sugarcane industry.