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Sugargraze is ideal for grazing, winter standover and pit silage
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Sugargraze promotes excellent weight gain and adequate energy for livestock.
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Advanced genetics deliver consistent high yields and quality grain
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Pacific Seeds Hybrid Corn varieties are engineered to adapt to hot, dry, tropical and sub-tropical regions.
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Pacific Seeds Canola delivers exceptionally higher yields than conventional varieties
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The Hybrid Canola range from Pacific Seeds has been engineering to withstand various diseases including blackleg.
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With over 50 years on the Australian agricultural scene, Pacific Seeds has demonstrated its commitment to bringing the best plant genetics and seed technology to Australia’s farming community.
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4Seasons Seeds supplies rare plants and seeds.
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Agronomy service.
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Arborline wholesale nurseries, supplying seedlings for broad acre forestry, farm revegetation & forestry projects.
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From improving fruit set to helping cattle overcome heat stress Acadian™ AgriTech targets specific crop and animal production issues.
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Propogators and growers of native and indigenous species. We specialise in tubestock seedlings and cuttings .
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Canola Breeders represents a unique private partnership between growers, GRDC and The University of Western Australia, linked to international plant breeding and commercial expertise.
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Brothers Alton and Lyndon Pfeffer take a break during wheat harvest in November
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09/02/15 - Darling Downs grower Lyndon Pfeffer did not expect a high yield from his wheat crop at harvest last November, having received just 60mm of in-crop rain.
CQ farmers and newlyweds Dane and Nicole Lund faced a raft of challenges last year at 'Wondabah', Clermont
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09/01/15 - After a difficult cropping year in 2014, Central Queensland farmers and newlyweds Dane and Nicole Lund are looking forward to kinder conditions in 2015.
Drew Penberthy
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12/11/14 - Bellata agronomist and grower Drew Penberthy has created an image sequence that reduces the six-month life of the wheat crop at his farm to 28 seconds.
Forage business manager Maree Crawford with Wyreema grower Warren Folker, who bales forage sorghum at his property 'Kilowen'
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10/02/14 - Farmers in Queensland and northern New South Wales are being urged to test any stressed summer forage for toxic substances.
Mr Thompson reported a yield of 3t/ha for the wheat crop
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22/01/14 - Moonyoonooka Station farm manager Ken Thompson managed a solid return from his canola and wheat crops.
As WA sets harvest records, so too does Beverly grower Adam Smith, with his best performing wheat yielding 3.7t/ha
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21/01/14 - Beverly grower Adam Smith has had a record yield in his wheat crop this January.
Tony Ludeman's Hyola 559TT crop scored an impressive 3t-ha and 46% oil at Dookie
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20/01/14 - Dookie grower Tony Ludeman was able to end the year on a high in spite of disease and climatic threats
Jim Olsson, Jim Macrae and James Olsson in the dryland MR-Buster at Wowan
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14/01/14 - The Wowan farm may see their biggest sorghum plant on record if it receives an inch of rain this month.
Brian Klowss in his crop of triazine tolerant hybrid canola
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28/11/13 - Brian Klowss received a massive yield of 3.1 tonnes per hectare and 48.1 percent oil in his first attempt at growing a triazine tolerant canola hybrid.
Michael Hegarty is relying on medium-quick sorghums this summer as dry conditions push back planting
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14/11/13 - Dry conditions are making Pampas grower Michael Hegarty alter his original summer crop plan.
Darren Morrell inspects this season's Cobra wheat at the family farm 'Melrose'
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01/10/13 - Good rainfall in August has turned the situation around for WA wheat growers, who were staring at a potential dramatic fall in yield following a record dry June.
Bill Smith and Bernie Meara with Jeff Lack and his son Jordan in sorghum trials at 'Hunsingore'
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12/09/13 - Clifton growers Jeff and Janet Lack have trialled different grain sorghums for 21 years now, but they keep returning to one variety that sees them through any season.

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