We don't just use cutting-edge science to breed improved varieties, we also use our technologies and skills to add further value to the industry through agronomic research.
We love that we work in partnership with growers to produce high quality food for the world, but it is not just about the genetics. A crop’s final performance will be a combination of its genetics, the environment in which it is grown, the way it is managed and the interaction between all of these factors.
We conduct a wide range of in-house agronomic research projects to help growers maximise their productivity and profitability. Results from our research trials are published as fact sheets (and other communications) that anyone can download free of charge.
- Using tolerance as a crown rot management tool (2018)
- Fungicide treatments to control stripe rust in AGT varieties (2017)
- Our understanding of yellowing in wheat... so far (2016)
- 100 Years of Wheat Breeding at Roseworthy (2016)
- Maximising profit when growing Mace (2015)
- Managing sowing date and variety selection to minimise risk and maximise yield (2015)
- The role of Clearfield wheat varieties in rotations (2015)
- Variety choice for NSW durum growers (2014)
- Weed tolerance and suppression in wheat (2014)
- Financial returns from APH wheat varieties in NSW (2014)
- Managing Yellow Leaf Spot: with fungicide and genetic resistance (2014)
- Grain size: environmental drivers of wheat screenings loss and low test weight (2013)
- Protein achievement and grain yield in Southern Australian wheat varieties (2013)
- Yellowing in wheat (2013)
- What drives grain protein in WA wheat varieties? (2013)