The Graham Centre’s research in plant systems involves soil science, crop physiology, pasture production and utilisation, crop protection, weed science and management and technology.
We are particularly focused on the inter-relations between components of the farming system, such as crop-pasture rotations.
This pathway is led by Professor Jim Pratley.
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Tracking the evolution of herbicide resistance to inform farm management practices.
We’re leading a national project supported by MLA with funding from the Rural R&D for Profit program to expand the numbers of dung beetle species in Australia, improve their distribution and quantify the environmental and economic benefits.
Investigating weed management strategies for no-till and mixed farming systems.
More than a decade of research using ecological tactics to reduce pest and disease losses in a variety of crops including rice, cotton, vegetables and pine plantations.
A paddock to product partnership in the grains supply chain to reduce greenhouse gas emissions on-farm.
A project to apply and integrate digital agriculture technology in a full-scale commercial farm to improve management and develop new decision support tools for farmers.