Investigating double break options

Location: Regional Cropping Solutions, Kwinana West Zone


Project Start Date: May 2016


Project End Date: February 2019


Funding: sourced from the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC).


Project Aim: The main outcome of this project is to quantify the rotational benefits of broadleaf crops or pastures for cereals – looking at 1 or 2-year break, and to:


– identify whether profitable broadleaf cropping sequence are available as alternatives to continuous cereals for low, medium and high rainfall zones


– provide guidelines for grain-growers and their advisers when and where to include a double break crop to achieve the best outcome.

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