Charles Sturt University
Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation
Project titleLead investigatorFunding source

Understanding the mode of action of natural plant products and their analogues as bioherbicides, pesticides, cytotoxins and photosensitizers.

L Weston

GRDC, MLA, ARC, AgriFutures Australia, ANU Research School of Chemistry

Defining prevalence of hepatogenous photosensitisation in Australian livestock – a national and international perspective

J Quinn

 

Developing a treatment for production stress in sheep for Australian producers

J Quinn

Discovery Transformation Fund

Development of effective weed management strategies to reduce herbicide resistance in crop and pasture lands across Australia and more globally

L Weston

GRDC, MLA, ACIAR, CSU

Genetics and biology of panic grasses, mikania, fleabane, Paterson’s curse, wild melons and weeds of imporatne to pasture and grain crops

L Weston

MLA, GRDC, ARC and CSU

Mitigating production animal stress in feedlot cattle in Australia

J Quinn

MLA MDC

Point-of-Care diagnostics for the Australia feedlot industry

J Quinn

MLA MDC

Prevention and management of weed seed carcass contamination in sheep

L Weston, J Quinn

MLA, AE Howard Memorial Trust, CSU

Role of the Panicum family of grasses in incidence and severity of photosensitisation in Australian livestock and native species

J Quinn, P Loukopoulos

CSU-funded scholarship

Understanding impacts of weed seed carcass contamination in sheep

L Weston, J Quinn

CSU-funded scholarship / MLA

Understanding photosensitisation in livestock caused by ingestion of the pasture legume Biserrula pelecinus – aetiology, mitigation and causal compounds

L Weston, J Quinn, P Loukopoulos

MLA, CSU, ANU RSC, AE Howard Memorial Trust

Understanding the role of the lolitrem family of neurotoxins in movement disorder in small and large animals models

J Quinn

MLA and Victoria Department of Economic Development

Utilizing bromide to mitigate perennial ryegrass toxicosis in sheep

J Quinn

MLA and CSU