Graingrowers across SA's Murray Mallee were provided with a unique opportunity to delve into local studies and statewide research Mallee Sustainable Farming's Mallee Research Update at Karoonda on Monday.
Attendees were able to learn about outcomes from locally-relevant studies, trials and industry initiatives and to directly contribute ideas for future investment in grains research to help build profitability within their farming systems.
Speakers included Agronomy Solutions Sean Mason and CSIRO's Therese McBeath that discussed fertiliser budgeting for the season ahead and the nitrogen bank system.
University of Adelaide's Chris Preston addressed herbicide resistance and in particular the status of resistance in barley grass, while Frontier Farming Systems' Michael Moodie will look at learnings from soil amelioration research in 2021 and joined with MSF's Tanja Morgan in a session about the Mallee Seeps Decision Tree.
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