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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Larvae are up to 15 mm long and are initially white and become darker with age... Larvae feed on and in the taproot forming large distinctive tunnels or grooves resulting in reduced vigour or death... Remove taproot from the soil to check for the presence of larvae and damage...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Larvae are up to 15 mm long and are initially white and become darker with age... Larvae feed on and in the taproot forming large distinctive tunnels or grooves resulting in reduced vigour or death... Remove taproot from the soil to check for the presence of larvae and damage...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Larvae are up to 15 mm long and are initially white and become darker with age... Larvae feed on and in the taproot forming large distinctive tunnels or grooves resulting in reduced vigour or death... Remove taproot from the soil to check for the presence of larvae and damage...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Agronomy: the key to productive pastures that can sustain profitable grain production in Queensland.. The benefits from pastures are directly related to their productivity; poor pastures will limit beef production, and will do little to improve the soil and future crop production.. The paper provides a series of insights into the need to consider pasture phases in much of our cropping lands, the contributions these pastures can make; and the need for better agronomy to maximise these contributions and make them last...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
LEY PASTURES - THEIR FIT IN CROPPING SYSTEMS.. The pastures need to be removed earlier (e.g. June) to allow sufficient fallow length to reduce any yield penalty in subsequent crops (Fig. 4)... Growth and livestock prices fluctuate from year to year we also explore how sensitive returns are to these changes (Table 10)...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The project, by Southern Farming Systems (SFS), aims to help increase adoption of pasture and fodder-based practices to solve problems threatening the long-term viability of cropping-dominant systems in the HRZ... SFS consultant Simon Falkiner, of FalkinerAg, says the project, established in 2011, has helped growers overcome the challenges of working with a cropping system inherited from north of the Great Dividing Range... He says SFS and the GRDC have worked together for a long time and this project has also allowed Gorst Rural to work with the University of Melbourne's School of Engineering to develop a machine to take pasture and bury it in the soil profile...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Dodging climate bullets in Bordertown.. November 2009 is seared into the memories of south-east South Australian growers - especially Bill Hunt from Bordertown... 'Nalang' is on the dry end of the high-rainfall area, or the wet end of the wheat/sheep area, "depending on which way you look at it", Bill says...
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