Broadacre field crops sustain the economic, social and cultural fabric of many Queenslanders. The broadacre field crop industry is estimated to be worth about $675 million (excluding sugarcane). The industry employs thousands of people on the land, in food processing, and in other areas along the value chain.
Flood recovery - crop factsPrepare for winter crops following floods | Waterlogging (yellow crops) | Flooded machinery
Climate/SOI | Managing nitrogen | Managing water resources | Nutrition management | Planting management | Soil carbon sequestration - myths and mysteries | Grain storage and drying | Tools for cropping systems
Crop pests and diseases
Insect management | Weed management | Preventing herbicide resistance | Crop disease management | Vertebrate pest management | Pest and disease diagnostic service for grains, cotton, forage oats and pastures
Queensland´s plan to modernise the state´s research, development and extension for the grains industry.
Field crop research and development
Find out about our world-class research and development teams and their current projects.