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AuthorVandermaat, AV
Date Accessioned2012-11-13
Date Available2012-11-13
Issued1999
Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/11079/899
Abstract'Reducing the risk of Exotic Pests and Diseases in Cane' was a project aimed at maximising the effectiveness of the Australian sugarcane industry's quarantine system. The main objective of the project was to complete an educational CD-ROM package and to determine if the technology offered an additional opportunity for training and information transfer. The Cane Guard package was produced to provide the user with the flexibility to learn at their leisure and the ability to revise a topic as many times as necessary. Users can also review what they have learnt by doing a quiz. It is envisaged that the technology used for Cane Guard will eventually replace the traditional lecture-style or printed formats currently being used throughout the Australian sugarcane industry.
Languageen
Part of SeriesBSES Internal Report; 1999 No 978 Report SD99012; SRDC BSS194
SubjectExotic Pests And Diseases
SubjectQuarantine
SubjectCane Guard
SubjectTraining
SubjectMultimedia extension
TitleReducing the risk of exotic pests and diseases of sugarcane : final report BS194S


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    Research outcomes: Research results and new technologies are communicated and transferred in an appropriate and timely manner across the industry value chain, supporting increased uptake of best-practice and innovative technology. A skilled advisory sector that drives the adoption of new technology. An industry knowledge base that incorporates and makes freely available the most up-to-date production methodologies to industry. Collaborative alliances, partnerships and networks that optimise synergies, integrate knowledge and share best-practices.

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