Waite Research Stories
An international team of plant scientists have shown the potential to rapidly improve the quality of barley grain through a genetic tool known as CRISPR or gene editing.
Research on herbicide resistance in significant weed species has revealed increasing rates of resistance to a wide range of herbicides.
Australian wine scientists are shedding scientific light on the processes underlying traditional practices of Australian Aboriginal people to produce fermented beverages.
These findings are anticipated to facilitate the breeding of new salt tolerant wheat cultivars with these sub-traits.
University of Adelaide researchers as part of a multidisciplinary, international team, have uncovered a new biochemical mechanism fundamental to plant life.
A new study by research fellow Dr Huajian Liu at APPF’s The Plant Accelerator has unearthed the optimal Hyperspectral sensor setup to determine the nitrogen content in Wheat.
Professor Stephen Tyerman, from the University of Adelaide’s School of Agriculture, Food and Wine is trialling sensors for volatile ethanol both in the laboratory and in the vineyard to determine if they can detect the onset of berry cell death.
An international team of researchers including from the University of Adelaide, has found plant hormones known as strigolactones suppress the transportation of auxin, the main plant hormone involved in vein formation, so that vein formation occurs slower and with greater focus
For many years, the origin of the popular Western Australian Chardonnay clone known as Gingin has been hotly debated. Now new genomic research by the Australian Wine Research Institute has solved the mystery
A new paper from the Waite-based TERN group has critically reviewed the main types of environmental monitoring and recommended the widespread adoption of three classifications to provide consistency and clarity.