Worldwide research is being conducted to breed drought tolerant and highly productive chickpeas.
The NSW government and GRDC have launched the Chickpea Breeding Australia program.
Sub-surface irrigation of chickpeas may be worthwhile.
New research methods are being used for faster chickpea variety development.
In a weed-free environment, narrow-sown chickpeas have shown to produce higher yield.
New chickpea research could help breed more tolerant varieties.
India will have a big influence on the Australian pulse market according to Rabobank.
Chickpea growers in WA will benefit from world class research.
Changes made to requirements for chickpeas for consumption
GRDC is offering tests for chickpea seed disease
THE outlook for pulses in Australia is positive, but plenty of caution is still needed, according to...