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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
7. reporting Contract.. 4. Payments ygrown; 4.1 You must pay us or our EPR Collectors the EPR for (2) quantities of Grain produced and/or Sold; all Grain other than Farm Saved Seed in accordance (3) persons to whom Grain is Sold and details of with Schedule.. 5. Your Obligations described in Schedule 2. 5.1 You must: 7.3 You agree that: (1) make sure that anything you do under othis (1) any Authorised Distributors may pass on all Contract complies with all applicable laws; Details of each purchase to us; and (2) any entity that stores, warehouses or Sells Grain (2) i f we have authorised you to Sell Grain for further Propagation, promptly notify us if you that you produce may pass on Details to us. become aware of any unauthorised propagation,..
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
paraquat and spray.seed (paraquat/ diquat) are not registered for pre-harvest application in cereal or oilseed crops and should not be used under any circumstances including in-crop spray topping, pre-harvest canola dessication or under-the-cutter-bar spraying during swathing or windrowing canola... DO NOT use on crops intended for seed DO NOT harvest for 5 days after application to standing crops DO NOT overspray windrows DO NOT apply to standing crops and again at the time of windrowing.. Keeping an accurate spray diary and adhering to recommended application timing and spray intervals as per the label is crucial...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
paraquat and spray.seed (paraquat/ diquat) are not registered for pre-harvest application in cereal or oilseed crops and should not be used under any circumstances including in-crop spray topping, pre-harvest canola dessication or under-the-cutter-bar spraying during swathing or windrowing canola... DO NOT use on crops intended for seed DO NOT harvest for 5 days after application to standing crops DO NOT overspray windrows DO NOT apply to standing crops and again at the time of windrowing.. Keeping an accurate spray diary and adhering to recommended application timing and spray intervals as per the label is crucial...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
paraquat and spray.seed (paraquat/ diquat) are not registered for pre-harvest application in cereal or oilseed crops and should not be used under any circumstances including in-crop spray topping, pre-harvest canola dessication or under-the-cutter-bar spraying during swathing or windrowing canola... DO NOT use on crops intended for seed DO NOT harvest for 5 days after application to standing crops DO NOT overspray windrows DO NOT apply to standing crops and again at the time of windrowing.. Keeping an accurate spray diary and adhering to recommended application timing and spray intervals as per the label is crucial...
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Catalogue: Grains Notes DEPI VIC
Chocolate spot is the most important disease of faba beans in Victoria and South Australia... A non-aggressive phase, when discrete reddish-brown spots are "peppered" over the leaves and stems, and then an aggressive phase, when spots darken in colour and coalesce to form larger grey-brown target spots (Figure 2) that may eventually cover the entire plant... Chocolate spot occurs in all areas where faba beans are grown, causing losses ranging from minor to complete failure of a crop...
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
*The information presented in this publication is distributed by DAFF only as an information source about research that has been conducted in relation to FTR. DAFF disclaims all responsibility and all liability (including without limitation liability in negligence) for all expenses, losses, damages and costs you might incur as a result of relying upon it... Overseas research shows that microbes may have built up in some soils to a point where residual breakdown is measured in days instead of weeks for certain target weeds... The information and data presented in this document represent the cumulative R&D outputs of current and past GRDC and DAFF Qld funded projects, beginning with a grass weeds research project (led by V. Osten) focussing on FTR in 2003 and culminating with the CQ Grower Solutions project that started in 2011...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Former Southern Farming Systems (SFS) researcher Rohan Wardle (now Nufarm regional manager for Victoria and Tasmania) says attitudes are changing as growers switch from looking at crop residue as a liability to be managed, to an asset worth exploiting... Mr Wardle says crop residues are now being considered an asset in the whole farming management system, with dramatic changes in the landscape and a better understanding of opportunities and processes in a drying farming environment... Mr Wardle says the myth that stubble retention increases the level of pests has now been quashed, allowing farmers to use integrated pest management (IPM) to undertake more strategic monitoring and less application of non-required pesticides...
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