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OrganisationNSW Sugar Milling Co-op
OrganisationSugar Research and Development Corporation
AuthorMessiter, GM
AuthorBeattie, RN
Date Accessioned2014-01-12
Date Available2014-01-12
Issued2004
Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/11079/13196
AbstractThis report describes a 3 year project to improve industry competitiveness by maintaining and enhancing core skills and capabilities within the NSW sugar industry. The project commenced in July 2001. Seven major objectives to improve industry competitiveness were identified and include the delivery of an efficient plant breeding program; the maximising of productivity by controlling pest and diseases; the development of best practice for the NSW sugar industry for both on farm activities and relationships with the community; the development of new strategies to maintain the competitiveness of the NSW sugar industry; the delivery of an essential extension service to co-operative members; the maintenance of core skills within the co-operative for industry competitiveness and the development of an environmental management system for cane growing and to underpin environmental awareness with NSW cane growers. The project targeted three core areas identified in an activity plan for core competency funding (refer Appendix 1) developed at the commencement of the project.
AbstractThe three core areas identified in the activity plan were, productivity enhancement, community and environment, new business, co-generation.
Languageen
PublisherSRDC
Part of SeriesInternal Report; 2004 NSC004
SubjectCore competency
SubjectProductivity improvement strategy
SubjectPest and Disease management programs
SubjectCo-generation
SubjectModified harvester
SubjectEnvironmental management
TitleMaintaining and enhancing core skills and capabilities within the NSWSMC, for a sustainable NSW sugar industry : final report NSC004
KeywordsNew South Wales (NSW), Improve industry competitiveness, Activity Plan for Core Competency funding, Canecheck productivity groups, NSW Cane Protection and Productivity Boards, Whole of crop harvesting, NSW plant breeding and selection program, Best Practice environmental management, Maintenance of skills within the NSW industry, Strategy implementation, Improve and retain capabilities


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  • Collaboration, capability and development [44]
    Research outcomes: A highly skilled industry workforce with the knowledge and capability to meet current and future needs of the industry. Connected and respected, both domestically and internationally. Motivated industry participants who promote an enthusiastic approach to solving industry issues.

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