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Australian Soybean Conference 2007

14th Australian Soybean Industry Conference
"Success with Soybean"

The 14th Australian Soybean Industry Conference was held in Bundaberg in March.

Conference proceedings can be downloaded by clicking on presenter names below.

Conference Presentations

Keynote Address: Mr Kim Cooper, Food Grade Soybean Manager, St. Clair Agri Services, Ontario, Canada

Soya foods Global trends: Dr Vish Lakshminarayana, So Natural, Technical and Operations Manager

Introduction Success with soybeans and sugarcane: Mr Neil Halpin, Senior Experimentalist, Queensland Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries

Soybeans in a sugarcane farming system: Dr Alan Garside, Research Leader, Sugar Yield Decline Joint Venture

How soybeans are successful in my cane farming system: Mr Elton Petersen, Farmer, Maryborough

How soybeans are successful in my cane farming system: Mr Bruce Peterson, Farmer, Childers

Soybean IPM workshops: Women in Sugar

Breakfast address: Mr Robert Green, President Australian Oilseeds Federation

Introduction Success in expanding the industry: Dr Susan Knights, Australian Oilseeds Federation Agronomic Support for Soybeans, SE Knights Consulting

Developing a Soybean Industry in the Northern Territory: Mr Vernon Nicholle, Energy Crops Australia

Success with Biotechnology: Stewart Addison, Associate Fellow, Monsanto Australia Limited

Soybean biotechnology and end user targets: Professor Peter Gresshof, Director, ARC Centre of Excellence, Integrative Legume Research, University of Queensland

Developing strategies for genetically modified and non-genetically modified crops in Queensland: Mr Peter Cronin, Principle Research Scientist, Queensland Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries

Sense and Sensibility the truth about soy and cancer: Dr Leigh Ward, School of Molecular and Microbial Sciences, University of Queensland, Dr Barbara J Meyer, University of Wollongong & Ms Katie Battersby, University of Queensland

New directions in the Australian soybean breeding program: Dr Andrew James Plant Breeder, CSIRO Plant Industries

Improving soybean varieties for coastal farming systems: Dr Natalie Moore, Research Agronomist, New South Wales Department of Primary Industries

Soybean industry development in north Queensland: Export and value chain initiatives to SE Asia, Mr Stephen Sinclair, Senior Trade & Business Officer, Queensland Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries

Purple seed stain and other emerging diseases: Dr Malcolm Ryley, Principle Plant Pathologist, Queensland Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries

The potential for nematode problems in the developing soybean breeding program: Dr Graham Stirling, Biological Crop Protection

Coastal soybean IPM and beyond: Mr Hugh Brier, Pulse Entomologist, Queensland Department of Primary Industry and Fisheries

Coastal soybean IPM and beyond: Geoff and Maureen McCarthy, ISIS district farmers


Conference Proceedings

 

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