4 edition of Cotton systems of the Namoi Valley found in the catalog.
Cotton systems of the Namoi Valley
Peter George Irwin
|Statement||[by] P. G. Irwin.|
|Series||Agricultural geography, Jacaranda case studies|
|LC Classifications||SB251.A8 I78 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||49 p. :|
|Number of Pages||49|
|LC Control Number||75306354|
The Namoi River is regulated by Keepit and Split Rock Dams that enable management of water supply, which is used predominantly for irrigation. Additionally, groundwater within the valley alluvium is an important resource for irrigators, landholders, industry, and town water supply. During the early 16th century to the early 18th century, Indian cotton production increased, in terms of both raw cotton and cotton textiles. The Mughals introduced agrarian reforms such as a new revenue system that was biased in favour of higher value cash crops such as cotton and indigo, providing state incentives to grow cash crops, in addition to rising market demand.
The Namoi River system has been shown to contribute the largest loads of salt, suspended solids and nutrients of the northern rivers flowing to the Barwon-Darling system (Nancarrow ). Given the relatively large pollutant loads discharged from the Namoi to the Barwon-Darling, catchment and river management plans for the Namoi need to. Cotton is grown in more than Australian communities. Major cotton production areas include the Central Highlands, Darling Downs, Border Rivers, St George, Mungindi and Dirranbandi regions of Queensland, and the Gwydir, Namoi, Macquarie, Murrumbidgee, Murray and .
The Namoi valley in northern New South Wales is part of the Murray-Darling drainage system. The township of Edgeroi is in the central part (Fig. 1) approximately 25 km north of Narrabri. The area is arid to semi-arid. The summer months of December and January provide most of the rainfall, with a second peak around June-July. Visit Narrabri NSW - it is set in the heart of the rich Namoi Valley, in North West NSW, Australia. Narrabri NSW is home to 7, residents who enjoy good shopping, good sporting facilities and a very good way of life. Narrabri is situated kms from Moree in the north and kms from Coonabarabran in the south on the Newell Highway.
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ISBN: X OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: 49 pages: illustrations, diagrams, graphs, maps. Namoi Cotton Namoi Cotton was established in and today is Australia’s leading cotton processing and marketing organisation.
We have an extensive network of ginning, marketing and logistics operations throughout the cotton growing regions of New South Wales and southern Queensland, while also being represented internationally with an office in Jakarta, Indonesia. Weaver TB; Ghadiri H; Hulugalle NR; Harden S () Organochlorine pesticides in soil under irrigated cotton farming systems in Vertisols of the Namoi Valley, north-western New South Wales, Australia.
ChemosphereName of Journal/Book: Chemosphere: Volume issue number: 88(3) Page numbers: Publication type: Journal article. A recent 'sea change' decision by Andrew and his wife Kim Revell to join the macadamia industry on the Far North Coast has put into play one of the Namoi Valley's top-performing cotton.
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) is commonly applied to identify greenhouse gas emissions arising from agricultural production.
Greenhouse emissions were determined for the life cycle from “cradle-to-gate ” of different cotton and corn production systems in the Namoi Valley, Australia. The objective of this study was to determine if OCPs were present to a depth of m in the soil fraction of Vertisols under irrigated cotton farming systems in the lower Namoi Valley.
Cotton tales. Upper Namoi Valley; The development and potential of the Namoi Valley cotton industry; Cotton systems of the Namoi Valley / P.G.
Irwin; Upper Namoi Valley cotton trials / NSW Agriculture, Cotton Research and Development Corporation [and] Up The cotton story: a pictorial history of cotton in the Namoi Valley / by Ken Heydon.
The Namoi River, a major perennial river that is part of the Barwon catchment of the Murray–Darling basin, is located in the Northern Tablelands and North West Slopes districts of New South Wales, Australia. The Namoi River rises on the western slopes of the Moonbi Range and Great Dividing Range, near Niangala, at the convergence of the Macdonald River and Boundary Creek, and flows.
A Decade of cotton in the Namoi Valley / The Courier; Cotton tales. Upper Namoi Valley; The development and potential of the Namoi Valley cotton industry; Cotton systems of the Namoi Valley / P.G.
Irwin; The cotton story: a pictorial history of cotton in the Namoi Valley / by Ken Heydon. This study was undertaken to identify factors in Australian cotton farming systems that influence yield and fibre quality of cotton and how these have changed with time after the wide adoption of Bollgard II® cultivars (containing the proteins Cry1Ac and Cry2Ab, providing easier control of Helicoverpa spp.) in the –04 season.
Data from Australian commercial cotton variety trials. myGriffith; Staff portal; Contact Us ⌄. Future student enquiries Current student enquiries International enquiries +61 7 General enquiries 07 Cotton growers in the Upper Namoi are banding together to come up with an app-based solution designed to minimise the risk of spray drift.
It appears. Organochlorine pesticides in soil under irrigated cotton farming systems in Vertisols of the Namoi Valley, north-western New South Wales, Australia Weaver, Timothy B. Ghadiri, Hossein. A Representative Irrigated Farming System in the Lower Namoi Valley of NSW: An Economic Analysis.
Janine Powell. Industry & Investment NSW, Australian Cotton Research Institute, Narrabri, NSW. Cotton Catchment Communities CRC, Narrabri, NSW.
Fiona Scott. Industry & Investment NSW, Tamworth Agricultural Institute, Tamworth, NSW. A critical water shortage in the big cotton producing belt of the Namoi Valley is playing out with the major supply dam on the river likely to cease flows.
The Namoi valley, New South Wales, is a major cotton producing region and T. tabaci has been recorded as the most abundant thrips species on cotton early in the season; this is typically followed. Wee Waa is Australia's Cotton Capital and the place Daft Punk selected to launch it's album Random Access Memories ina dynamic rural community situated in the rich agricultural heartland of the Lower Namoi Valley in North West NSW.
This publication is the third of a series of 3 technical bulletins dealing with investigations of pesticide contamination in the Namoi Valley cotton environment in New South Wales. Residue studies of birds and fish were conducted in the Namoi Valley into highlight the effect on wildlife of large-scale DDT applications to cotton crops.
The major errors associated with soil classification and mapping are due to subjective allocation of individuals to classes and incongruities between the classification system and the natural conti.
This publication is the first of a series of 3 technical bulletins dealing with investigations of pesticide contamination in the Namoi Valley cotton environment in New South Wales. Results of studies conducted in the Namoi Valley from to indicated that all nontarget aquatic environments, land surfaces, stock, fish and wildlife associated with the cotton area were contaminated with.
Keywords: groundwater, water sharing plans, Namoi Valley, farmer typology. 1 Introduction This paper explores some of the issues involved in the journey towards sustainability for a group of.Glyphosate-tolerant (GT) cotton offers a multitude of benefits such as broad-spectrum and cost-effective weed control, simple weed management, and reduced impact on the environment.
However, high adoption rates of GT cotton have led to overreliance on glyphosate in weed management and have decreased the use of other herbicide options and non-chemical weed-management strategies.
Namoi Water is the peak industry group for irrigated agriculture in the Peel, Upper Namoi and Lower Namoi Valleys in the North West of NSW. About We are a non-profit, non-political organisation supporting our members to achieve a sustainable irrigation industry that meets the environmental, economic and social needs of our local communities.