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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The Marshalls say biosecurity is about alert observation and ensuring adherence to practices such as hygiene procedures in order to minimise the risk of threats - diseases, pests and weeds - entering and establishing on-farm... They grow wheat, barley, canola, peas, lupins and oats along with lucerne and clover pasture for livestock and are keen to keep out weeds that may affect their crop production... The noxious weed spiny burrgrass is a concern for sheep production at 'Woorabinda' and the Marshalls have managed to keep the property free of the weed, which has spread throughout the district...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Highly respected throughout the Australian weed scientists' community, the team conducts valuable research into best-practice weed management for central and southern Queensland agriculture, weed ecology and the safe use of herbicides in crops... Over the past decade, the team has quantified risks associated with the development of herbicide resistance in weeds of the northern grain region, and has made recommendations for avoiding and managing weed populations resistant to important herbicides... Unlike previous models produced in other parts of Australia, the model enables simulation of a wide variety of weed species, agronomic practices, and weed control tactics, to help understand and explain the impact of agricultural decision making on the rate of evolution of herbicide resistance...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Highly respected throughout the Australian weed scientists' community, the team conducts valuable research into best-practice weed management for central and southern Queensland agriculture, weed ecology and the safe use of herbicides in crops... Over the past decade, the team has quantified risks associated with the development of herbicide resistance in weeds of the northern grain region, and has made recommendations for avoiding and managing weed populations resistant to important herbicides... Unlike previous models produced in other parts of Australia, the model enables simulation of a wide variety of weed species, agronomic practices, and weed control tactics, to help understand and explain the impact of agricultural decision making on the rate of evolution of herbicide resistance...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Highly respected throughout the Australian weed scientists' community, the team conducts valuable research into best-practice weed management for central and southern Queensland agriculture, weed ecology and the safe use of herbicides in crops... Over the past decade, the team has quantified risks associated with the development of herbicide resistance in weeds of the northern grain region, and has made recommendations for avoiding and managing weed populations resistant to important herbicides... Unlike previous models produced in other parts of Australia, the model enables simulation of a wide variety of weed species, agronomic practices, and weed control tactics, to help understand and explain the impact of agricultural decision making on the rate of evolution of herbicide resistance...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
" Print the page Weeds compete with the cotton plants for nutrients, water and light, and can reduce quality as well as yield... Cotton can be affected by many different types of weeds, such as flaxleaf fleabane, noogoora burr, nutgrass, sesbania, and cowvine... An IWM program uses a range of chemical and non-chemical methods in combination to: deplete reserves of weed seeds kill and remove weeds stop formation of viable seeds prevent surviving seeds re-entering system prevent seeds entering from other sources...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
" Print the page Weeds compete with the cotton plants for nutrients, water and light, and can reduce quality as well as yield... Cotton can be affected by many different types of weeds, such as flaxleaf fleabane, noogoora burr, nutgrass, sesbania, and cowvine... An IWM program uses a range of chemical and non-chemical methods in combination to: deplete reserves of weed seeds kill and remove weeds stop formation of viable seeds prevent surviving seeds re-entering system prevent seeds entering from other sources...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
" Print the page Weeds compete with the cotton plants for nutrients, water and light, and can reduce quality as well as yield... Cotton can be affected by many different types of weeds, such as flaxleaf fleabane, noogoora burr, nutgrass, sesbania, and cowvine... An IWM program uses a range of chemical and non-chemical methods in combination to: deplete reserves of weed seeds kill and remove weeds stop formation of viable seeds prevent surviving seeds re-entering system prevent seeds entering from other sources...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
With brief overview notes summarising key aspects of weed management, links to valuable resources on weed-related topics and self-assessment questions and an swers, the free-of-charge IWM Hub is a fast way for growers and advisers to evaluate what they do and don't know and be directed to key resources to learn more... GRDC Manager Delivery Platforms, Tom McCue, says the IWM Hub web pages provide a "one-stop shop" for detailed reference documents to enable growers and advisers to implement and communicate cost-effective weed management programs in the face of increasing weed resistance to herbicides... It is important that the grains industry has access to up-to-date information on IWM so growers can continue to grow crops in a viable and sustainable way well into the future...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
With brief overview notes summarising key aspects of weed management, links to valuable resources on weed-related topics and self-assessment questions and an swers, the free-of-charge IWM Hub is a fast way for growers and advisers to evaluate what they do and don't know and be directed to key resources to learn more... GRDC Manager Delivery Platforms, Tom McCue, says the IWM Hub web pages provide a "one-stop shop" for detailed reference documents to enable growers and advisers to implement and communicate cost-effective weed management programs in the face of increasing weed resistance to herbicides... It is important that the grains industry has access to up-to-date information on IWM so growers can continue to grow crops in a viable and sustainable way well into the future...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
With brief overview notes summarising key aspects of weed management, links to valuable resources on weed-related topics and self-assessment questions and an swers, the free-of-charge IWM Hub is a fast way for growers and advisers to evaluate what they do and don't know and be directed to key resources to learn more... GRDC Manager Delivery Platforms, Tom McCue, says the IWM Hub web pages provide a "one-stop shop" for detailed reference documents to enable growers and advisers to implement and communicate cost-effective weed management programs in the face of increasing weed resistance to herbicides... It is important that the grains industry has access to up-to-date information on IWM so growers can continue to grow crops in a viable and sustainable way well into the future...
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