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FAR Maize Trial Walk – Peechelba East, 29 January

FAR Australia will be hosting a Maize Trials field walk at Teagues Road, Peechelba East from 9:30-11:30 am on Wednesday 29 February. The walk is being hosted as part of a GRDC project looking to maximise the profitability of irrigated farming systems in the region.

The field walk will be hosted by Nick Poole and Michael Straight from FAR Australia, along with site hosts Dan and Neil Coulthard, and will provide an opportunity to walk through the research trials on site and to discuss the project.

Further information about the days is available by downloading the 200109 FAR Maize Trial Walk Invite

 

Canola Crop Walk – Boorhaman North 9 July

A Canola Crop Walk will be held at Boorhaman North from 2pm – 4pm on Tuesday 9 July.

The crop walk will include presentations from Phil Bowden (AOF/Pulse Australia) and Don McCaffery (NSW DPI) covering:

  • Insects in canola
  • Animal health issues in grazing crops
  • Variety selections for grazing canola

For further details please download the Canola Crop Walk flyer or contact Phil Bowden (AOF/Pulse Australia) on 0427 201 946, email phil@bowdenrural.com

The crop walk is part of the Managing Early Season Canola Establishment Pests in NSW – Establishment and Co-ordination of Grower/Advisor Groups GRDC Project (FLR1810-001SAX).

Canola Crop Walk – Boorhaman North 9 July

A Canola Crop Walk will be held at Boorhaman North from 2pm – 4pm on Tuesday 9 July.

The crop walk will include presentations from Phil Bowden (AOF/Pulse Australia) and Don McCaffery (NSW DPI) covering:

  • Insects in canola
  • Animal health issues in grazing crops
  • Variety selections for grazing canola

For further details please download the Canola Crop Walk Boorhaman North July Flyer or contact either the Riverine Plains Office on (03) 5744 1713, email info@riverineplains.org.au or Phil Bowden (AOF/Pulse Australia) on 0427 201 946, email phil@bowdenrural.com

The crop walk is part of the Managing Early Season Canola Establishment Pests in NSW – Establishment and Co-ordination of Grower/Advisor Groups GRDC Project (FLR1810-001SAX).

 

Managing early season canola pests workshop – Corowa, 27 March

A workshop will be held at Corowa on Wednesday 27 March to help address the management of early season canola pests.

This event is part of a workshop series being held across NSW. These workshops are designed to assist farmers and advisors in identifying the range of pests and natural enemies present in canola, as well as to present the latest research information on early season pest management.

The workshops will cover:

  • Insect identification
  • Early season pest discussion
  • Management options and monitoring techniques
  • Paddock walk risk assessment

The day will feature presentations from CESAR, Phil Bowden (AOF/Pulse Australia) and Don McCaffery (NSW DPI).

Workshops will also be held at Lockhart and Deniliquin (see flyer for details).

For further details please download the Managing Pests in Canola workshops flyer (Corowa) or contact either the Riverine Plains Office on (03) 5744 1713, email info@riverineplains.org.au or Phil Bowden (AOF/Pulse Australia) on 0427 201 946, email phil@bowdenrural.com.

The workshops have been funded by GRDC, organised by Farmlink and Phil Bowden, and are supported by AOF, NSW DPI and Local Land Services.

GRDC Managing early season insect pests in canola workshop, Corowa – 27 March

A workshop will be held at Corowa on Wednesday 27 March to help address the management of early season canola pests

This event is part of a workshop series being held across NSW. These workshops are designed to assist farmers and advisors in identifying the range of pests and natural enemies present in canola, as well as to present the latest research information on early season pest management.

The workshops will cover:

  • Insect identification
  • Early season pest discussion
  • Management options and monitoring techniques
  • Paddock walk risk assessment

The day will feature presentations from CESAR, Phil Bowden (AOF/Pulse Australia) and Don McCaffery (NSW DPI).

Workshops will also be held at Lockhart and Deniliquin (see flyer for details).

For further details please download the Managing Pests in Canola workshops flyer (Corowa) or contact either the Riverine Plains Office on (03) 5744 1713, email info@riverineplains.org.au or Phil Bowden (AOF/Pulse Australia) on 0427 201 946, email phil@bowdenrural.com.

The workshops have been funded by GRDC, organised by Farmlink and Phil Bowden, and are supported by AOF, NSW DPI and Local Land Services.

GRDC Grains Research Update – Corowa

The GRDC Grains Research Update will be held at Corowa RSL (30 Betterment Parade, Corowa) on Thursday 21 February, 2019 from 9am-1pm.

The program includes the following topics and speakers:

  • Applying R&D to help drive farm business profitability: Jordan Lindgren2018 Saskatchewan Outstanding Young Farmer of the Year
  • Managing crop nutrient supply after a dry period: Graeme Sandral, NSW Department of Primary Industries
  • The ‘National Paddock Survey’ – what we have learned: Harm van Rees, Crop Facts Pty Ltd
  • Riverine Plains research in progress: Cassandra Schefe, Riverine Plains Inc
  • Canola agronomy – key learnings from the ‘Optomised Canola Profitability’ project: Rohan BrillNSW Department of Primary Industries
  • Emerging management tips for early sown winter wheats: James Hunt, La Trobe University

Cost is $30 per person and $20 for subsequent people from the same business (GST inc.). Morning tea, lunch and booklet included.

More information about the program and registration is available via the 2019 GRDC Corowa Grains Research Update flyer.

Registration and payment can be made by either contacting Riverine Plains Inc on 03 5744 1713, emailing info@riverineplains.org.au, or by visiting https://grdc.com.au/events/list/2019/02/grdc-grains-research-update-corowa

 

 

New Pulse Check Discussion Group for NSW Riverine Plains: First meeting 26 October, Rand

Riverine Plains Inc is forming a Pulse Check Discussion Group for the NSW Riverine Plains region.

The first meeting will be held on Friday 26 October, 2018 at the Hamilton Family property ‘Granview’ at Rand from 8:30 am to 11:30am. We will meet at the sheds before visiting a faba bean and lentil crop.

The meeting will focus on the important role pulses play in our farming systems, as well as on harvest issues.

Topics for discussion will include;

  • A farmer’s perspective on pulses – Roy Hamilton, Rand
  • Pulses: The good, the bad and the ugly – James Madden, Madden Consulting
  • Harvesting Pulses – James Madden, Madden Consulting
  • Marketing pulses & harvester fire safety – Phil Bowden, Pulse Australia
  • Value adding – Gary Drew, Lupins for Life

Directions : From Rand take Mahonga road for 12 km, Granview entrance is on your right. From Urana take Albury road for 4 km , turn right onto Mahonga road and travel for 22km Granview is on the left.

The Pulse Check Discussion Group Meeting is free and all are welcome – previous experience in growing pulses is not required. Light refreshments provided. 

For more information or to register your interest please contact Kate Coffey, NSW Riverine Plains Inc Pulse Check Group Facilitator on 03 5744 1713, email kate@riverineplains.org.au or download the Rand Pulse Check Discussion Group Meeting Flyer.

The GRDC Northern Pulse Check partners are Pulse Australia and Farmlink.

Riverine Plains Inc Pulse Check Discussion Group Meeting (North) – Rand, 26 October

Riverine Plains Inc is forming a Pulse Check Discussion Group for the NSW Riverine Plains region.

The first meeting will be held on Friday 26 October, 2018 at the Hamilton Family property ‘Granview’ at Rand from 8:30 am to 11:30am. We will meet at the sheds before visiting a faba bean and lentil crop.

The meeting will focus on the important role pulses play in our farming systems, as well as on harvest issues.

Topics for discussion will include;

  • A farmer’s perspective on pulses – Roy Hamilton, Rand
  • Pulses: The good, the bad and the ugly – James Madden, Madden Consulting
  • Harvesting Pulses – James Madden, Madden Consulting
  • Marketing pulses & harvester fire safety – Phil Bowden, Pulse Australia
  • Value adding – Gary Drew, Lupins for Life

Directions : From Rand take Mahonga road for 12 km, Granview entrance is on your right. From Urana take Albury road for 4 km , turn right onto Mahonga road and travel for 22km Granview is on the left.

The Pulse Check Discussion Group Meeting is free and all are welcome – previous experience in growing pulses is not required. Light refreshments provided. 

For more information or to register your interest please contact: Kate Coffey, NSW Riverine Plains Inc Pulse Check Group Facilitator on 03 5744 1713, email kate@riverineplains.org.au or download the Rand Pulse Check Discussion Group Meeting Flyer.

GRDC Northern Pulse Check partners are Pulse Australia and Farmlink.

GRDC Spray Application Worshops – Dookie and Rutherglen

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Riverine Plains Inc are hosting two Grains Research & Development Corporation (GRDC) Spray Application Workshops on 13 and 14 September, 2018.  The half-day workshops will be conducted by Bill Gordon, from Bill Gordon Consulting and are designed to assist farmers get the most from their spray equipment.

Bill is a consultant who has delivered a number of GRDC funded projects related to application technology and drift management to the Australian agricultural industry.

Through a combination of practical demonstration and ‘sit-down’ training, Bill will provide up-to-date information on nozzle selection, droplet behaviour, drift reduction, weather for spraying and inversion risk.  He will also discuss the need for different setups depending on the type of spray job at hand, recent changes to regulation and herbicide resistance.

Two workshops will be held in the Riverine Plains region:

Dookie – Thursday 13 September

1pm – 4pm

The University of Melbourne – Dookie Campus, 940 Dookie-Nalinga Road, Dookie

Rutherglen – Friday 14 September

9am – 12noon, lunch provided

Agriculture Victoria, 124 Chiltern Valley Road, Rutherglen

There is no charge to attend the workshops.  These workshops are funded by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) as part of the Practical and applied workshops and communications to promote key messages and resources to maximise the effectiveness of spray applications in the southern region project.

Bookings are essential as workshops are strictly limited to 25 attendees.

For more information or to RSVP, contact Fiona Hart at Riverine Plains Inc on (03) 5744 1713 or email info@riverineplains.org.au

Spray Application Workshop with Bill Gordon – Rutherglen 14 September

Places are limited. For further information or to book your place, please contact Fiona Hart on 03 5744 1713 or email info@riverineplains.org.au

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