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A review to determine the current situation of IPM in the pasture seed industry
Summary The proposed project is to determine a baseline understanding of what the current status of pest management practices is in the pasture seed industry. The investigative study needs to determine what is actually been done in terms of research and practical application with respect to pest management through a literature review and interviews.
Program Pasture Seeds
Research organisation Alpha Group Consulting P/L
Objective summary The project aims to investigate Australia's pest management strategies in the pasture seed industry as well as other commodities such as horticulture, coarse grains and cotton and how they apply to pasture seeds industry. The project will assess the current status of IPM in Australia in terms of how it is implemented, how successful it is and what is planned to be done in the future. The study will determine problem areas.
Project Stage Closed
Project start date Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Project completion date Friday, July 13, 2012
Journal articles from project Not Available
National priority Frontier technologies for building and transforming Australian industries
Rural priority Advanced Technology
RIRDC goal PSE-Focus on growth of domestic and export pasture seeds markets
Principal researcher James De Barro
Research manager Michael Beer
Admin contact Tania De Barro