Tactical agronomy for sorghum and maize in the Northern Region

January 7, 2017

 

In the highly variable and risky climate of Australia’s Northern Grains Region, every year farmers face the task of matching hybrids and managements to prevailing and expected conditions. To support farmers and consultants with such a task, we developed a comprehensive data set from on-farm and on-research station trials including large number genotypes and contrasting agronomic managements across a large number of sites in Queensland. 

 

The main message that emerges from the data is that to achieve high yields in grain cereals, what really matters is to understand how to match hybrids / cultivars and management to sites and expected seasonal conditions.

 

Click HERE to download the Book of Results for the 2015-16 season

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