The Graham Centre for Agricultural Innovation is a collaborative research alliance between Charles Sturt University and Department of Primary Industries.
Research for Mixed Farming Systems
The Graham Centre aims to increase the quantity and quality of research outputs, to work closely with development and extension (D&E) providers to improve the relevance and focus of research, and to build research capacity and skills base of our Members including Students.
Chickpea taste test
PhD student, Ms Soumi Paul Mukhopadhyay (pictured right with Governor-General, Ms Quentin Bryce AC CVO and Associate Professor Chris Blanchard), from CSU’s School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences has been putting chickpeas to the taste test as part of research that aims to develop the export market and diversify the Australian diet.
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- diseases, parasites, preventative healthcare & welfare practices
|Irrigated cropping systems
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