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Whole farm planning raises profit despite burgeoning climate crisis

conference contribution
posted on 2023-05-24, 21:19 authored by Albert MulekeAlbert Muleke, Matthew HarrisonMatthew Harrison, Rowan Eisner, de Voil, P, Maria YanottiMaria Yanotti, Ke LiuKe Liu, Yin, X, Wang, W, Monjardino, M, Zhao, J, Zhang, F, Fahad, S, Zhang, Y
The climate crisis challenges farmer livelihoods as increasingly frequent extreme weather events impact the quantum and consistency of crop production. Here, we develop a novel paradigm to raise whole farm profit by optimising manifold variables that drive the profitability of irrigated grain farms.

Funding

Grains Research & Development Corporation

History

Publication title

Celebrating the Impact of Regional Research and Education Conference

Pagination

1-2

Department/School

College Office - College of Sciences and Engineering

Publisher

University of Tamania

Place of publication

Australia

Event title

Celebrating the Impact of Regional Research and Education Conference

Event Venue

Devonport, Tasmania

Date of Event (Start Date)

2022-11-11

Date of Event (End Date)

2022-11-11

Repository Status

  • Restricted

Socio-economic Objectives

Climate change adaptation measures (excl. ecosystem); Climatological hazards (e.g. extreme temperatures, drought and wildfires); Management of water consumption by plant production