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Putting the Focus on Profitable Break Crop and Pasture Sequences in WA
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Western Australian research suggests the inclusion of fallow in the crop sequence can be a productive option, boosting the yields of subsequent crops and helping to control annual ryegrass... Working with seven grower groups in the southern region, the project aims to examine the productivity and financial implications of growing pulse or brassica crops in various combinations and under different management in a cereal-based cropping system... Farmers, researchers and agronomists are going head-to-head in a challenge to see who can make the most money from growing pulses in the crop sequence..
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