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Targeting wild radish as early as the label will allow and mixing herbicide modes of action (MOA) are keys to effective weed control and optimising grain yields. This has been backed-up by findings from two separate GRDC-funded projects conducted in the central and northern Wheatbelt regions last year. Trials in Bolgart [...]Read more >>
Monitoring of all Western Australian barley crops for powdery mildew disease and careful fungicidal management including the use of seed dressings will reduce the risk of yield losses this season, with commonly grown varieties found to have an increased susceptibility to the disease. Recent rainfall could favour the development of powdery [...]Read more >>
A new collaborative research project across northern NSW will bring northern region grain growers closer to maintaining healthy levels of pulse crops in their winter rotations. Dr Guy McMullen, NSW Department of Primary Industries (NSW DPI) research leader at Tamworth Agricultural Institute (TAI) says the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)-funded [...]Read more >>
A leading United States-based researcher has brought key messages from his research on the interaction of crop residue and soil-applied herbicides directly to Australian graingrowers. Dr Dale Shaner, retired US Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS) plant physiologist and weed scientist addressed the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) Updates [...]Read more >>
PestFax– a vital link in the fight to maintain Western Australia’s current levels of crop health – has resumed its free weekly service, as the new season presents a fresh set of pest and disease challenges. The communication tool is produced by the Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA) and supported [...]Read more >>
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