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Genomic organisation of sugarcane cultivars revealed by chromosome-specific oligonucleotide probes : ASSCT peer-reviewed paper
Sugarcane (Saccharum spp.) is probably the crop with the most complex genome. Modern cultivars (2n=100-120) are derived from interspecific hybridization between the noble cane S. officinarum (2n=80) and the wild cane S. ...
Changes in summer rainfall and implications for agriculture : final report B.CCH.2111
(Meat and Livestock Australia Limited, 2021)
Annual and seasonal rainfall are important drivers of agricultural productivity and profitability in Australian agriculture and various climatological and synoptic drivers influence rainfall patterns in Australia’s diverse ...
Water table monitoring in the Ord River Valley : SRDC final report WAA001
Monitoring of groundwater levels has been undertaken in the Ord River Irrigation Area using a network of bores established on farms throughout the Stage I area. These bores, many of which were installed as part of this ...
Solving YCS : final report 2014/049
Yellow canopy syndrome (YCS) is a sporadic condition presenting as golden-yellowing of the mid canopy in sugarcane during the peak growing period of December to March. The key driver of YCS is growth rate and symptoms ...
Seed-based in vitro propagation to accelerate variety development : ASSCT peer-reviewed paper
To shorten the current lengthy selection process in sugarcane breeding and to accelerate genetic gain, Sugar Research Australia is implementing a range of novel breeding strategies and selection tactics. One strategy is ...
Southern Sugar Solutions : final report 2017/012
(Sugar Research Australia Limited, 2021)
The Southern Sugar Solutions project was a novel project that linked research; development and extension activities that were being conducted by DAF with funding support from GRDC to monitor impact on the subsequent cane crop.