Sugarcane economics - Irrigation and Drainage Management
Publication and resources
The Sugarcane Improved Practices Guide: Burdekin provides information to help sugarcane growers in reef catchments identify and adopt improved land management practices in the Burdekin region.
Grower case study examining the economic implications of GPS levelling in sugarcane farming.
Grower case study examining the costs to automate a furrow irrigation system, the differences in irrigating costs between a conventional furrow irrigation system and an automated system, and the profitability of an investment into...
Grower case study examining the costs to install a drip irrigation system on a sugarcane farm in the Burdekin and the differences in growing costs between a furrow irrigation system and a drip irrigation system. Based on these costs, the...
The report uses representative scenarios of farms in the Burdekin to investigate the economic feasibility of installing and operating low-cost drip irrigation. In particular, the study examines the investment required to install drip...
This case study is the fifth in a series that evaluates the economic and environmental impact of Smartcane Best Management Practice (BMP) adoption by a number of sugarcane growers in the Wet Tropics of north Queensland.
This case study is the sixth in a series that evaluates the economic and environmental impact of Smartcane Best Management Practice (BMP) adoption by a number of sugarcane growers in the Wet Tropics of north Queensland.
An economic report card for sugarcane management practice changes critical to water quality. For an accessible alternative please contact the department on 13 25 23.
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