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The Agronomy Jigsaw project is an initiative of the Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia (DAFWA) in collaboration with the South East Premium Wheat Growers Association (SEPWA) and Precision Agronomics Australia (PAA). The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) funded the project under the water use efficiency initiative (DAW193).
Improving water use efficiency (WUE) is the key to increasing crop production in dryland agriculture. In southern Western Australia (WA), water use efficiencies of wheat can vary from 8 to 22kg/mm/ha. The purpose of the Agronomy Jigsaw project is to understand this variation at paddock level: What are the main causes of this variability and how can we manage it to improve profitability?
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Western Australia, Water use
Water Resource Management
Hall, D, Galloway, P, Lemon, J, Curtis, B, van Burgel, A, Kong, K, and Metz,, N. (2014), The agronomy jigsaw: Finding the pieces that maximise water use efficiency. Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development, Western Australia, Perth. Bulletin 4850.
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