The Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation is a collaborative research alliance between Charles Sturt University and NSW Department of Primary Industries.
Research for Mixed Farming Systems
The Centre's research aims to increase the productivity of the grain and livestock industries, whilst reducing the risks of natural resource degradation, thus supporting a sustainable economic future for agriculture on regional, national and international levels.
Vision: To be the Australian centre of excellence for mixed farming systems addressing the challenges of food security, biosecurity and adaption to climate change.
Mission: To create knowledge and capacity, through multi-disciplinary and integrated research in strategic Research Pathways to deliver profitable and sustainable farming systems for the future.
Graham Centre members were recognised for their outstanding achievements in 2013 at the Centre's End of Year function held on 3 December, at the Charles Sturt University Convention Centre.
- stubble, break crops (canola & pulses) & food quality
- pastures & crops, forage conservation, nutrition & food quality
|Bio-protection & IPM of crops & pastures
- weeds, diseases & pests
|Animal health & welfare
- diseases, parasites, preventative healthcare & welfare practices
|Irrigated cropping systems
- stubble, soil constraints, break crops (canola & pulses) & food quality
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