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We've worked with industry to breed perfect prawns and competitive cotton, and with governments to develop sustainable fishing frameworks.
CSIRO research is preventing crop losses, improving grain quality and yields for Australian grain growers.
The collaboration between Salmon Enterprises of Tasmania (SALTAS) and CSIRO has delivered significant economic gains.
CSIRO’s novel grape varieties and technical innovations achieving increased yield and quality.
Yield Prophet® decision support tool provides paddock-specific yield forecasts to optimise farmers’ investments.
To improve the sustainability and productivity of Australia’s prawn industry, we bred the ‘perfect prawn’ and developed a new plant-based prawn feed.
CSIRO research leads to replenished fish populations and improved economic performance of fisheries.
Australia has the highest cotton yields in the world, exporting $2.7 billion of cotton each year. We've contributed to this success through plant breeding and improvements in crop, pest and post-harvest management.
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Last updated: Last updated: 2 August 2016
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