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AuthorRobotham, BG
Date Accessioned2012-11-14
Date Available2012-11-14
Issued2000
Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/11079/942
AbstractThis project had three objectives that were achieved in the following order: quantify the crop establishment practices of canegrowers within the major regions of Queensland and New South Wales; quantify the improvement in crop establishment achieved through the use of selected presswheel types and soil firming forces on the most common soil types. Provide machinery manufacturers and growers with recommendations on use of presswheels; and investigate the suitability of planting aids, such as finger harrows and in-furrow presswheels, for use on soils that exhibit surface crusting, cloddiness, etc.
Languageen
Part of SeriesBSES Internal Report; 2000 No 1049 Report SD00021;SRDC BSS145
SubjectSoil
TitleFinal report - SRDC project BS145S : Improving sett/soil contact to enhance sugarcane establishment


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  • Soil health and nutrient management [106]
    Research outcomes: Soil health is improved with a resulting positive impact on the environment and yield growth. Improved reputation and relationship between industry and environmental groups.

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