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Beattie, R; Ensbey, N; Aitken, R; McGuire, P; Garside, A (2006)The New South Wales Sugar Milling Co-operative’s (NSWSMC) move to whole cane harvesting for cogeneration will increase in-field haulout traffic by 30% with the potential for yield decline due to increased soil compaction. ...
Final report SRDC project GGIP050 Improving soybean and nitrogen management in subtropical NSW cane systems Moore, NY; Munro, AJ; McGuire, PJ; Aitken, R; Beattie, R; Herridge, DF; Young, A (2012)This project aimed to document nitrogen inputs from soybean crops grown in NSW cane lands, promote soil-specific fertiliser recommendations following soybean to achieve more efficient use of nitrogen fertiliser and to ...
Moore, N; Herridge, D; Aitken, R; McGuire, P; Beattie, R (2010)Some sugar cane growers are not fully realising the economic benefit of soybean crops to their cane production systems or the environmental benefit through minimising the use of N fertilisers. This paper reports on the ...
Regenerating a soil food web capable of improving soil health and reducing losses from soilborne pests and pathogens of sugarcane: final report 2014/004 Stirling, G; Aitken, R; Anderson, J; Beattie, R; Bhuiyan, S; Bull, J; Garlik, K; Magarey, R; Manwaring, M; Mattsson, S; Munro, A; Robinson, N; Schmidt, S; Stirling, AM; Walter, D; Wickramasinghe, P; Wong, E; Young, A (Sugar Research Australia, 2018)When the Sugar Yield Decline Joint Venture concluded in 2006, its main legacy was a new sugarcane farming system based on legume breaks, minimum tillage, controlled traffic and trash retention. Many economic benefits were ...
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