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Dysart’s Gregg family wins Mark Donaldson Memorial Shield

September 18, 2018


Competition judge and CQ Commodities manager Craig Wade with Mark Donaldson Memorial winners Nigel and Brian Gregg.

The Gregg family at Kolora, 35km east of Dysart, have won the respected Mark Donaldson Memorial Shield with a crop of MR-Bazley sorghum that yielded 6.5 tonnes per hectare.

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Pacific Seeds expands genetic diversity offering

June 14, 2018


Pacific Seeds canola breeder David Tabah.

Pacific Seeds has invested in a state-of-the-art greenhouse at its headquarters in Toowoomba, southern Queensland, that will enable the company to expand its genomic selection operations through an improved cooling system, innovative pot stand system, a safer working environment and an enhanced drip irrigation system.

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Pilton growers win both sorghum titles at RASQ crop competition

April 17, 2018


Pilton growers Phil and Chris Moar won both the dryland and irrigated sorghum titles at this year’s competition.

Pilton growers Phil and Chris Moar have won both the dryland and irrigated sorghum titles at this year’s Royal Agricultural Society of Queensland (RASQ) Queensland Country Life Grains Outlook crop competition.

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Savings on hybrid canola seed on offer to growers

August 23, 2018


Pacific Seeds canola manager Justin Kudnig says growers have the potential to extract more value by planting either of two popular Hyola hybrids.

Australian canola growers have the potential to save money on their seed input costs and extract more value if they plant either of two very popular hybrid TT canola varieties in 2019.

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New Mustang wheat puts some muscle in the paddock

March 21, 2018


Pacific Seeds wheat manager Neil Comben says new release Mustang will bring quick maturity, APH classification and high yield to the portfolio.

Pacific Seeds has put some muscle in the paddock with the release of its new wheat variety LRPB Mustang.

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