Visiting International Winemaker lends expertise to Waite students

Chinese winemaker Zhang Jing recently spent a month at the Waite as the 2017 Visiting Winemaker, lending her experience and insight to the School’s viticulture and oenology students

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Sodicity- and salinity-tolerant oat varieties set for field trials

Oat varieties that have grown well in saline or sodic soils in a growth room and greenhouse screening study will now be tested under field conditions

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South Aussie with Cosi visits the Waite

The Waite will be featured on an upcoming episode of South Aussie with Cosi, scheduled to air on Friday 28th April at 8pm on Channel 9

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This website is the online portal to the Waite Campus, the largest agricultural research and teaching precinct in the Southern Hemisphere. Established in 1924 and located at Urrbrae in Adelaide, South Australia, ‘The Waite’ is a co-located partnership of 15 complementary organisations and centres engaged in world-class Research and Development in plant, agricultural, food, wine and natural resources science.

In an increasingly food-insecure world with serious climate and economic challenges facing us, the vision of Peter Waite, to harness science in support of agricultural productivity, has never been more important or relevant.

The Waite is a world-renowned brand in agricultural research and education, and a leading centre of Australian research capability in wine, grains, soil and plant breeding.

The aim of this website is to bring together in one place the relevant information, including key contacts and links, from across the organisations based at the Waite Campus for our various stakeholder groups. We trust you will find it useful.

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Visiting International Winemaker lends expertise to Waite students - Chinese winemaker Zhang Jing recently spent a month at the Waite as the 2017 Visiting Winemaker, lending her experience and insight to the School’s viticulture and oenology students
Sodicity- and salinity-tolerant oat varieties set for field trials - Oat varieties that have grown well in saline or sodic soils in a growth room and greenhouse screening study will now be tested under field conditions
South Aussie with Cosi visits the Waite - The Waite will be featured on an upcoming episode of South Aussie with Cosi, scheduled to air on Friday 28th April at 8pm on Channel 9
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WIC Building lighting repairs – Saturday April 22 - Please be advised that our Electrical Service Provider will be undertaking repairs to lighting systems in the WIC building southern stairwell between levels 3 & 4 this Saturday 22nd April.
Tree works continuing Saturday 15 April - Tree works are continuing at Waite Campus this Saturday, in the location shown
Waite Road pedestrian safety upgrade plans: update - The University of Adelaide and Mitcham Council have agreed to collaborate on construction of pedestrian safety upgrades to Waite Road, including a new wombat crossing, footpaths, pedestrian ramps and refuges
Critical & Urgent Risk Tree works underway at Waite - Urgent works are being performed at Waite to trees located on Cross Road and Waite Road that have been identified as having high risk of structural failure.
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The Waite Campus of the University of Adelaide is an integrated research and teaching precinct that has been presented as a model for the collocation of agricultural research institutions and has established a track record for delivering value to industry through innovative research and quality education.

THE WAITE PARTNERS

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Adel-Uni CSIRO SARDI AWRI ACPFG   AGRFAPPFAGTArrisFood-Plus
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