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    • Assessment of new soft cane varieties : final report 2015/081 

      Kent, G; Parfitt, R (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2016)
      The project objectives were to: experimentally determine whether extraneous matter affects the fibre quality parameters measured by SRA; experimentally determine whether the commercial cane preparation process affects the ...
    • Benefits of better preparation 

      Kent, G (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2016)
      Most Australian factories are not achieving the cane preparation benchmark of 90% pol in open cells. While preparation is strongly linked to power consumption, in many cases the problem is not that there is insufficient ...
    • Enhancing efficiency and integration from field to factory in the Herbert : SRDC final report 

      Sheedy, P; Giordani, P; Quabba, R; Higgins, A; Kent, G; Everitt, P; Harvesting solutions. (2010)
      The Herbert sugar region underwent major strategic change in the harvesting and transport sectors, which will involve $7M investment in siding rationalisation and a substantial reduction in the number of harvesting groups. ...
    • Mill retrofit could improve efficiency 

      Kent, G (Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2016)
      The six-roll mill is used almost exclusively by the Australian industry for juice extraction because it achieves higher throughput and performance than most other mill designs. However, it has the disadvantage of higher ...
    • Sugarcane Research Experiment Management System (SREMS) : SRDC final report 

      Kent, G (2011)
      SRDC-funded physiological and agronomic experiments have been conducted by many researchers from various research institutes over the past decades. The resulting datasets are typically stored in idiosyncratic formats in a ...