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Stopping weed growth in the fallow can lead to yield increases in the following crop via several pathways... Reduced levels of diseases vectored by aphids that build in numbers on summer weeds, and.. While many factors in uence how much plant available water is stored in a fallow period, good weed management consistently has the greatest impact...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Growers can now access expert advice on fallow weed control with a click of a button through new YouTube "bites" from the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)... The videos cover a range of management measures for control of fallow weeds and come at a pertinent time for growers in the north, as many paddocks head into summer fallow... How to match the double knock application strategy to target weed species...
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Research has demonstrated the profitability of controlling summer weeds early, which increases soil water and nutrients available to the next season's crops, boosting their yields and grain quality... Mr Storrie has helped update Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) resources that can guide growers on pre-harvest herbicide application to control weeds in winter crops, and post-harvest control of summer weeds... Mr Storrie said controlling germinating summer weeds in-crop, where possible, would give growers a head start on summer fallow management and lead to more water being retained in the soil, as well as extra nitrogen being available to crops in the next season...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Research has demonstrated the profitability of controlling summer weeds early, which increases soil water and nutrients available to the next season's crops, boosting their yields and grain quality... Mr Storrie has helped update Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) resources that can guide growers on pre-harvest herbicide application to control weeds in winter crops, and post-harvest control of summer weeds... Mr Storrie said controlling germinating summer weeds in-crop, where possible, would give growers a head start on summer fallow management and lead to more water being retained in the soil, as well as extra nitrogen being available to crops in the next season...
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
A number of data sets used in this document on water and nitrogen effects of summer fallow weed management have been developed as a part of the GRDC supported Water Use Ef ciency initiative... In the right soil, deep stored soil water can have a water use ef ciency of up to 60 kg of grain/mm of stored water... Early weed control was vital to store and keep valuable subsoil moisture...
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