Farm-ready research on offer in Central Queensland

CUTTING edge research that is farm-ready on topics ranging from weed management to grain storage, and optimising fertiliser investments as well as the latest advice on sorghum agronomy will be on the agenda at the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Grains Research Updates in Central Queensland this December.

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Agendas have been developed with input from local grain growers and advisers. The GRDC Updates will be held in Emerald on December 4 and in Biloela on December 5.
 
GRDC Grower Relations Manager North, Richard Holzknecht, said it was the first time in eight years the GRDC Updates had been held in the region, with the return prompted by industry demand for high quality, seasonally relevant research information.
 
"As a grain production region, Central Queensland is in many ways very different from other grain production regions with geographic distance resulting in a high level of self-sufficiency," Mr Holzknecht said.
 
"But while many GRDC investments support the devel...