New funding set to benefit WA growers

By Shannon Beattie
Updated April 3 2020 - 5:28am, first published April 2 2020 - 10:00pm
Professor Michael Jones (left) and Dr John Fosu-Nyarko from Murdoch University examining sterile tissue cultured shoots.

THE development of non-genetically modified frost-tolerant wheat for Western Australian growers and improving grain growth and yield using liquid potassium phosphate fertiliser are just two of the projects to receive funding from the Council of Grain Grower Organisation (COGGO).

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