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  • Andrew Ware | Sub-program Leader, New Variety Agronomy

    PIRSA-SARDI | Sustainable Systems | New Variety Agronomy

    Phone: (08) 8688 3417

    Mobile: 0427 884 272

    Email: andrew.ware@sa.gov.au

    Andrew Ware Capability Statement (PDF 405.8 KB)

    Andrew Ware manages the New Variety Agronomy group on Eyre Peninsula, based in Pt Lincoln. The group conducts field trials at a number of locations across Eyre Peninsula aimed at evaluating a range of…

    Andrew Ware manages the New Variety Agronomy group on Eyre Peninsula, based in Pt Lincoln. The group conducts field trials at a number of locations across Eyre Peninsula aimed at evaluating a range of new material from field crop breeding programs.

    Qualifications

    BAppSc(Ag)

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    • Great Australian Bight

      Great Australian Bight Research Program

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is working with BP, CSIRO,  the University of Adelaide and Flinders University on a 4 year, $20 million research program to improve our understanding of the environmental, economic and social value of the Great Australian Bight.

      Read More about Great Australian Bight Research Program
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      National Oat Breeding Program

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) leads the National Oat Breeding program, developing high quality export hay varieties along with improved milling oats – including improved nutritional value.

      Read More about National Oat Breeding Program
    • Woman testing soil in a lab

      Know before you sow - SARDI soil tests

      DNA-based soil testing developed by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is helping to prevent crop losses which cost growers an estimated $300 million a year across Australia.

      Read More about Know before you sow - SARDI soil tests
    • Green crop closeup

      What to sow - vital advice for growers

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) delivers relevant, timely and independent advice on all major broadacre crops grown in South Australia, and also provides growers with disease and pest solutions.

      Read More about What to sow - vital advice for growers
    • Golden wheat field closeup

      Pasture seed bank prepares for the future

      Australia’s first national pasture and forage genetic resource centre is managed by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI).

      Read More about Pasture seed bank prepares for the future
    • piglets walking

      Better production for chicken and pork

      South Australia is a national research leader in improving the production of intensive livestock production industries – poultry and pork.

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  • Dr Stephen Pahl | Research Scientist

    PIRSA-SARDI | Livestock & Farming Systems | Horticulture Pathology

    Phone: (08) 8429 2298

    Mobile: 0477 336 181

    Email: stephen.pahl@sa.gov.au

    Dr Stephen Pahl Capability Statement (PDF 383.1 KB)

    Dr Stephen Pahl is a research scientist in the Food Safety and Innovation Science program within the Livestock and Farming Systems Research Division at SARDI. The role is focussed on undertaking colla…

    Dr Stephen Pahl is a research scientist in the Food Safety and Innovation Science program within the Livestock and Farming Systems Research Division at SARDI. The role is focussed on undertaking collaborative research to increase the demand and access to premium markets for Australian seafood, fulfilment of consumer demands for safe, high-quality, nutritious food products and increased profitability throughout the value chain.

    Qualifications

    BEng (Chemical) (Hons), PhD

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    • Great Australian Bight

      Great Australian Bight Research Program

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is working with BP, CSIRO,  the University of Adelaide and Flinders University on a 4 year, $20 million research program to improve our understanding of the environmental, economic and social value of the Great Australian Bight.

      Read More about Great Australian Bight Research Program
    • close up of green crop

      National Oat Breeding Program

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) leads the National Oat Breeding program, developing high quality export hay varieties along with improved milling oats – including improved nutritional value.

      Read More about National Oat Breeding Program
    • Woman testing soil in a lab

      Know before you sow - SARDI soil tests

      DNA-based soil testing developed by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is helping to prevent crop losses which cost growers an estimated $300 million a year across Australia.

      Read More about Know before you sow - SARDI soil tests
    • Green crop closeup

      What to sow - vital advice for growers

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) delivers relevant, timely and independent advice on all major broadacre crops grown in South Australia, and also provides growers with disease and pest solutions.

      Read More about What to sow - vital advice for growers
    • Golden wheat field closeup

      Pasture seed bank prepares for the future

      Australia’s first national pasture and forage genetic resource centre is managed by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI).

      Read More about Pasture seed bank prepares for the future
    • piglets walking

      Better production for chicken and pork

      South Australia is a national research leader in improving the production of intensive livestock production industries – poultry and pork.

      Read More about Better production for chicken and pork
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  • Nathan Freeman | Research Officer (Food Technology & Sensory)

    PIRSA-SARDI | Livestock & Farming Systems | Food Safety & Innovation

    Phone: (08) 8429 2287

    Fax: (08) 8303 9424

    Email: nathan.freeman2@sa.gov.au

    Nathan Freeman Capability Statement (PDF 400.6 KB)

    The Food Technology Program consists of a team of scientific and technical experts in food innovation and product development. The primary objective of the program is to provide technical support and …

    The Food Technology Program consists of a team of scientific and technical experts in food innovation and product development. The primary objective of the program is to provide technical support and assistance to food businesses to improve product quality, increasing the competitive advantage of existing industries.

    Qualifications

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    • Great Australian Bight

      Great Australian Bight Research Program

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is working with BP, CSIRO,  the University of Adelaide and Flinders University on a 4 year, $20 million research program to improve our understanding of the environmental, economic and social value of the Great Australian Bight.

      Read More about Great Australian Bight Research Program
    • close up of green crop

      National Oat Breeding Program

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) leads the National Oat Breeding program, developing high quality export hay varieties along with improved milling oats – including improved nutritional value.

      Read More about National Oat Breeding Program
    • Woman testing soil in a lab

      Know before you sow - SARDI soil tests

      DNA-based soil testing developed by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is helping to prevent crop losses which cost growers an estimated $300 million a year across Australia.

      Read More about Know before you sow - SARDI soil tests
    • Green crop closeup

      What to sow - vital advice for growers

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) delivers relevant, timely and independent advice on all major broadacre crops grown in South Australia, and also provides growers with disease and pest solutions.

      Read More about What to sow - vital advice for growers
    • Golden wheat field closeup

      Pasture seed bank prepares for the future

      Australia’s first national pasture and forage genetic resource centre is managed by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI).

      Read More about Pasture seed bank prepares for the future
    • piglets walking

      Better production for chicken and pork

      South Australia is a national research leader in improving the production of intensive livestock production industries – poultry and pork.

      Read More about Better production for chicken and pork
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  • Prof Xiaoxu Li | Science Leader

    PIRSA-SARDI | Aquatic Sciences | Aquaculture

    Phone: 84290504

    Mobile: 0438808865

    Email: xiaoxu.li@sa.gov.au

    Prof Xiaoxu Li Capability Statement (PDF 377.1 KB)

    Prof Xiaoxu Li is the Science Leader of the Aquaculture Science Program at SARDI Aquatic Sciences. The role is responsible for providing scientific and technical advice across government, industry an…

    Prof Xiaoxu Li is the Science Leader of the Aquaculture Science Program at SARDI Aquatic Sciences. The role is responsible for providing scientific and technical advice across government, industry and the community on key issues associated with the sustainable development and management of aquaculture in brackish, freshwater and marine environments

    Qualifications

    PhD

    Related Case Studies

    • Great Australian Bight

      Great Australian Bight Research Program

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is working with BP, CSIRO,  the University of Adelaide and Flinders University on a 4 year, $20 million research program to improve our understanding of the environmental, economic and social value of the Great Australian Bight.

      Read More about Great Australian Bight Research Program
    • close up of green crop

      National Oat Breeding Program

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) leads the National Oat Breeding program, developing high quality export hay varieties along with improved milling oats – including improved nutritional value.

      Read More about National Oat Breeding Program
    • Woman testing soil in a lab

      Know before you sow - SARDI soil tests

      DNA-based soil testing developed by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is helping to prevent crop losses which cost growers an estimated $300 million a year across Australia.

      Read More about Know before you sow - SARDI soil tests
    • Green crop closeup

      What to sow - vital advice for growers

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) delivers relevant, timely and independent advice on all major broadacre crops grown in South Australia, and also provides growers with disease and pest solutions.

      Read More about What to sow - vital advice for growers
    • Golden wheat field closeup

      Pasture seed bank prepares for the future

      Australia’s first national pasture and forage genetic resource centre is managed by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI).

      Read More about Pasture seed bank prepares for the future
    • piglets walking

      Better production for chicken and pork

      South Australia is a national research leader in improving the production of intensive livestock production industries – poultry and pork.

      Read More about Better production for chicken and pork
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    Publications

    Linnane, A., McGarvey, R., Feenstra, J. and Graske, D. (2019). Northern Zone Rock Lobster (Jasus edwardsii) Fishery 2017/18. Fishery Assessment Report to PIRSA Fisheries and Aquaculture. South Australian Research and Development Institute (Aquatic Sciences), Adelaide. SARDI Publication No. F2007/000320-13. SARDI Research Report Series No. 1022. 69pp
    Northern Zone Rock Lobster (Jasus edwardsii) Fishery 2017/18 Download (1.4 MB)

    Linnane, A., McGarvey, R., Feenstra, J. and Graske, D. (2019). Northern Zone Rock Lobster (Jasus edwardsii) Fishery Status Report 2018/19. Status Report to PIRSA Fisheries and Aquaculture. South Australian Research and Development Institute (Aquatic Sciences), Adelaide. SARDI Publication No. F2007/000714-13. SARDI Research Report Series No. 1038. 21pp.
    Northern Zone Rock Lobster (Jasus edwardsii) Fishery Status Report 2018/19 Download (831.2 KB)

    Linnane, A., McGarvey, R., Matthews, J., Feenstra, J., Jones, A. and Toumazos, K. South Australian Research and Development Institute (Aquatic Sciences) 2016, Informing spatial and temporal management of the South Australian Northern Zone Southern Rock Lobster (Jasus edwardsii) fishery. Final Report to the Fisheries Research and Development Corporation. Adelaide, March.
    Informing spatial and temporal management of the South Australian Northern Zone Southern Rock Lobster (Jasus edwardsii) fishery. Final Report to the Fisheries Research and Development Corporation Download (616.1 KB)

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  • Jim Cox | Acting Research Chief Sustainable Systems

    PIRSA-SARDI | Sustainable Systems | Water Resources Viticulture & Irrigated Crops

    Phone: (08) 8429 2277

    Mobile: 0407 661 997

    Fax: (08) 8303 9669

    Email: jim.cox@sa.gov.au

    Jim Cox Capability Statement (PDF 392.8 KB)

    Prof Jim Cox is Principal Scientist, Water Resources, Viticulture and Irrigated Crops (WRVIC) within SARDI's Sustainable Systems Division. Jim is Science Leader of WRVIC research and holds Adjunct Pro…

    Prof Jim Cox is Principal Scientist, Water Resources, Viticulture and Irrigated Crops (WRVIC) within SARDI's Sustainable Systems Division. Jim is Science Leader of WRVIC research and holds Adjunct Professor status at Adelaide University.

    Qualifications

    PhD, BSc(Hons)

    Related Case Studies

    • Great Australian Bight

      Great Australian Bight Research Program

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is working with BP, CSIRO,  the University of Adelaide and Flinders University on a 4 year, $20 million research program to improve our understanding of the environmental, economic and social value of the Great Australian Bight.

      Read More about Great Australian Bight Research Program
    • close up of green crop

      National Oat Breeding Program

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) leads the National Oat Breeding program, developing high quality export hay varieties along with improved milling oats – including improved nutritional value.

      Read More about National Oat Breeding Program
    • Woman testing soil in a lab

      Know before you sow - SARDI soil tests

      DNA-based soil testing developed by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) is helping to prevent crop losses which cost growers an estimated $300 million a year across Australia.

      Read More about Know before you sow - SARDI soil tests
    • Green crop closeup

      What to sow - vital advice for growers

      The South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) delivers relevant, timely and independent advice on all major broadacre crops grown in South Australia, and also provides growers with disease and pest solutions.

      Read More about What to sow - vital advice for growers
    • Golden wheat field closeup

      Pasture seed bank prepares for the future

      Australia’s first national pasture and forage genetic resource centre is managed by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI).

      Read More about Pasture seed bank prepares for the future
    • piglets walking

      Better production for chicken and pork

      South Australia is a national research leader in improving the production of intensive livestock production industries – poultry and pork.

      Read More about Better production for chicken and pork
    View all Primary Industries and Regions SA case studies

    Read
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