Redfern, Ruth (CRDC, 2019-02)
CottonInfo was formed in 2012, and 2018 marked the end of its first Strategic Plan. This fact sheet outlines the impact of CottonInfo during its first six years.
Redfern, Ruth (2015-09-28)
Establishing the cotton crop is a critical operation, setting the standard for the entire season. Here's what you need to know, courtesy of CottonInfo partner CSD and the Australian Cotton Production Manual.
Welsh, Jon (2015-09-27)
Weather and climate news 27 September 2015
Redfern, Ruth (2015-09-17)
the industry's researchers and scientists got together in Toowoomba for the Australian Cotton Research Conference (proudly supported by CottonInfo partners CRDC and CSD).
Watson, Andrew (2015-09-07)
Boggabri cotton grower, Andrew Watson, has shown that with optimal growth rates, a healthy population of beneficial predators and a plant monitoring approach, it is possible to grow a Bollgard II crop without (or with
Welsh, Jon (2015-09-07)
Weather and climate news 07 September 2015
Redfern, Ruth (2015-08-25)
In this edition of the CottonInfo enews, we bring you two of the key things you need to know from the Guide: the herbicide and insecticide resistance management strategies.
Welsh, Jon (2015-08-24)
Weather and climate news 24 August 2015
Redfern, Ruth (2015-08-17)
Growers with cotton in their rotations achieve higher returns over the rotation cycle, compared with growers with solely grainbased rotations.
Welsh, Jon (2015-08-10)
Weather and climate news 10 August 2015
Redfern, Ruth (2015-08-03)
Water availability will be a key consideration for some (if not all!) growers during the coming season. So in this edition, we take a look at management options for growers with a limited water supply.
CottonInfo (CottonInfo, 2015-07-15)
Key Points fro report of direct energy consumption
Weather and climate news 13 July 2015
Auscott's Midkin property at Moree has a long history of environmental and riparian management. It's been 14 years since work on the regeneration of riparian areas was initiated at Midkin back in 2001.
Redfern, Ruth (2015-07-05)
Controlling unwanted cotton in the farming system is an essential part of good integrated pest and disease management.
Barlow, Anthony (2015-07-03)
Managing riparian vegetation for multiple benefits
Krampl, Engelbert (2015-07-02)
South East Queensland farmer Engelbert Krampl first encountered glyphosate resistant barnyard grass in his cropping system in the summer of 2008-09.
Dickinson, Sally (2015-07-02)
In August 2014, St George cotton growers took part in their first 'Spring Clean' event, turning the difficult business of disease management into a fun, social day; uniting the community behind the common go
CottonInfo (CottonInfo, 2015-06-22)
With growers now making decisions about how much nitrogen to apply and when, it's worthwhile considering the findings of the CottonInfo N trials: lower upfront N application may help improve NFUE.
Redfern, Ruth (2015-06-20)
Riparian land is usually the most fertile and productive part of the landscape: providing benefits to both agriculture and the natural environment.