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AuthorGirgenti, A
Date Accessioned2013-12-12
Date Available2013-12-12
Issued2007
Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/11079/13049
AbstractIs to help farmers with the transition from the traditional way that they have paid for their cane to be harvested to an incentive pricing system that related to their farm layout and the management of the cane harvested on their farms. 􀀹 To promote the economic benefits to a farmer by offering an incentive payment system that would encourage them to improve conditions for the harvest as well as the hauling. 􀀹 To increase the awareness of the environmental benefits of how they manage their farm for harvesting. This also means a willingness to try innovative ideas that save both stakeholders money without sacrificing soil health. 􀀹 To improve the farmer/harvester relationship by making our business more transparent to the cost of harvesting. It was also allow farmers to have greater control on the cost of harvesting under an incentive pricing system.p farmers with the transition from the traditional way that they have paid for their cane to be harvested to an incentive pricing system that related to their farm layout and the management of the cane harvested on their farms. 􀀹 To promote the economic benefits to a farmer by offering an incentive payment system that would encourage them to improve conditions for the harvest as well as the hauling. 􀀹 To increase the awareness of the environmental benefits of how they manage their farm for harvesting. This also means a willingness to try innovative ideas that save both stakeholders money without sacrificing soil health. 􀀹 To improve the farmer/harvester relationship by making our business more transparent to the cost of harvesting. It was also allow farmers to have greater control on the cost of harvesting under an incentive pricing system.
Languageen
Part of SeriesInternal Report; 2007 HGP008
SubjectRipple Creek Harvesting Group
SubjectGrower group
SubjectPricing system
SubjectCost of harvesting
SubjectHELP Data Management System
SubjectHarvest management
SubjectIncentive price harvesting
SubjectFarming systems
SubjectProduction management
TitleIncentive price harvesting signals versus traditional payment system : SRA Grower Group Innovation Project final report


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  • Farming systems and production management [221]
    Research outcomes: Growers and harvesters benefit from the ongoing research in productivity improvement, production management and agronomical techniques. Developed technologies and management practices that enhance productivity and demonstrate a high rate of return on investment

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