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GEUHG24S1 gas generators
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16/04/12 - GEUHG24S1 gas generators from Olympian Generators come as a complete system which is designed and built at their ISO9001 certified facility.
Dr Lamissa Diakite (IER in Mali) and Dr Peter Carberry (CSIRO) discussing cotton systems in West Africa. (Image credit - John Stewart)
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16/03/12 - A group of Australian scientists and cotton farmers is hosting a delegation of West African cotton industry representatives.
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10/02/12 - Entosol produces a variety of different traps for the control of agricultural crop pests, such as moths, leaf rollers and pink bollworm.
Under the Carbon Farming Initiative reforestation projects can earn valuable carbon credits
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20/01/12 - With the recent introduction of carbon credits and the upcoming carbon price, Fatcow takes a look at the FIA.
Solar farms can help to provide additional income for farmers
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19/01/12 - In terms of agriculture and solar power, the sun is a natural asset in Australia and its power should be harvested, just as crops are.
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19/01/12 - WA Solar Supplies explains why these passively tracking solar energy systems produce more energy than static systems.
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19/01/12 - These solar modules are available in a variety of sizes and are suitable for powering small appliances and entire households.
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18/01/12 - With local offices loacted across Australia Power Partners offers custom designed PV solar solutions to suit operational requirements.
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17/01/12 - Toowoomba Solar Centre prides itself in finding the ideal stand alone power solution to meet any requirements, using solar and wind energy.
The GES FarmPak solar energy system is designed for farmers to self install in 4 simple steps
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16/01/12 - These solar systems are ideally suited to Australian hot climes, producing energy for even remote, off-grid properties.
Construction starts on Australia’s largest CPV solar installation
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13/01/12 - Construction has commenced on the first stage of Australia’s largest CPV solar installation. The project is located in Mildura, north west Victoria.
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12/01/12 - Eco-Kinetics' solar tracking panels are ideal for optimising power generation and efficiency in remote rural areas with limited grid access.

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