Facey Group Projects

Over the last 10 years the Facey Group farming community has witnessed a change in most mixed enterprise farming operations to focus more heavily on broad acre cropping. The group’s trials and demonstrations have grown with this new outlook while promoting continued education and investigation into livestock development.

Below is information on all of our current projects. To view our past projects, please select this from the dropdown under projects in the main menu.

Latest Project

Latest Project

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Project X

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GRAIN AND GRAZE 3

GRAIN AND GRAZE 3

• Project focus:To assess the impact of (and interaction between) grazing and frost damage on the grain yield and quality of a range of winter and spring cereal varieties sown at two times of sowing.• Location: Cuballing• Project start date: February 2014• Project end...

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NON-WETTING- WICKEPIN

NON-WETTING- WICKEPIN

• Project focus:To determine if the addition of lime and its method of incorporation (None/control, MBP or deep rip) has an effect on soil pH resulting in a differentiation in crop yield. Compare the non-wetting properties of soil before and after mouldboard...

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NON-WETTING-YEALERING:

NON-WETTING-YEALERING:

• Project Focus:Compare changes in soil characteristics and crop growth and performance in a mouldboard ploughed area versus untreated (control) area.• Location: Yealering• Project start Date: February 2014• Project end Date: June 2016• On-ground works: On-ground...

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STUBBLE ADDITION

STUBBLE ADDITION

Project focus To determine if there is a response curve interaction between temperature and the addition of 0t, 1t, 2t, 4t, and 8t of stubbleTo determine whether any of the treatments change the severity and duration of frost. Location: Cuballing and Tincurrin Project...

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STUBBLE MANAGEMENT:

STUBBLE MANAGEMENT:

Project focus: To outline changes in in-crop temperature from burning or retaining wheat or barley stubble. To identify which treatment reduces the severity and duration of frost Location: Yealering Project start Date: February 2015 Project end date: June 2016...

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