Fact Sheets

This short fast facts from CottonInfo outlines what researchers currently know about verticillium wilt. 

This fact sheet brings together the latest in verticillium research from the teams at NSW DPI and QDAF (supported by CRDC), plus CSIRO and CSD. Current: Sept 2016.

The Emissions Reduction Fund is the centrepiece of the Australian Government's climate change policy; designed to help meet the nation's target of reducing emissions to five percent below the year 2000 levels.

This fact sheet outlines how irrigation benchmarking can be used to gauge water use efficiency (WUE) performance. The two key WUE performance indicators are Irrigation Water Use Index (IWUI) and Gross Production Water Use Index (GPWUI).

This fact sheet outlines irrigation benchmarking methods, so that cotton growers can determine a standard calculation of their irrigation performance that can be compared spatially (to another field, another farm, or another region) or over time (season, years).

This booklet was produced for CottonInfo's Cotton Nutrition Tour, which took place in February 2016. CottonInfo took 10 CRDC-funded researchers out to cotton farms in five cotton growing valleys across five days, to deliver the latest outcomes from cotton nutrition research. 

This fact sheet, from CottonInfo and myBMP's series of NRM best practice fact sheets, outlines how growers can maintain important habitat features on their farms. 

This fact sheet, from CottonInfo and myBMP's series of NRM best practice fact sheets, outlines how growers can maintain wetlands on their farms. 

This fact sheet, from CottonInfo and myBMP's series of NRM best practice fact sheets, outlines how to create a farm map. 

This fact sheet, from CottonInfo and myBMP's series of NRM best practice fact sheets, outlines what you need to know re whole farm planning. 

This fact sheet, from CottonInfo and myBMP's series of NRM best practice fact sheets, outlines the NSW and QLD flora and fauna legislation. 

The Smarter Irrigation for Profit project aims to improve the profit of 3,000 cotton, dairy, rice and sugar irrigators by $20,000 - $40,000 per annum, with the support of 16 Research and Development partners and 19 farmer irrigation technology
learning sites.

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