Irrigated Cropping Council host events to share the latest news and innovations in the industry.


august 16-18

Harvester Set-Up


When: 8:30am to 12:30pm


Harden/Boorowa 16th Aug

Caragabal 17th Aug

Lockhart/Yerong Creek 18th Aug


Hear from industry experts and local growers on the integration of harvest weed seed control (HWSC) options, harvester fire prevention,
accurate measurement/management of harvest losses and harvest storage.

august 23-24

Sunflower Best Management Practice


8.30 am to 5.00 pm

Coleambally (Coly Bowling Club 23rd Aug) and Griffith (Exies Club 24th Aug)

This 1-day course is presented by the Australian Sunflower Association (ASA), providing the latest information on plant growth and development, agronomy, pests, weeds and disease, harvest, storage and marketing.


Contact: Phil Bowden, Pulse Australia
Ph: 0427 201 946 Email: [email protected]


September 15

OIG Field Day


When: 10:0am to 3:00pm 

Where: Finley Irrigated Research Centre, 2431 Newell Highway. Finley

n the day FAR Australia will showcase its field research site which has been set up in collaboration with Southern Growers as part of a GRDC funded Initiative “Optimising Irrigated Grains”.

The irrigated research site aims to assist NSW and Victorian growers in realising the genetic potential of irrigated grain crops grown under higher yield potential in the region.

The research programme will look at crops grown under overhead irrigation and flood-based systems with the aim of covering the major irrigation types distributed across the Murrumbidgee and Murray Valleys of southern NSW.


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September 16

ICC Spring Field Day


When: 10:00am to 3:30pm 

Where: ICC Main Field Day Site, Kerang

Cost: free for ICC members, $50 for non-members (includes ICC membership)

Morning Tea and Lunch included

On the day ICC will showcase its field research site which includes:

  • GRDC funded Initiative “Optimising Irrigated Grains”
  • ICC’s Irrigated Variety Trials
  • Murray Dairy Fodder for the Future
  • Pulse Crops

RSVP to Mel Mann