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Feathertop Rhodes grass not to be taken lightly.. An established weed of the northern cropping region, feathertop Rhodes grass is now becoming a problem for grain growers in parts of the southern region... The GRDC has just published a fact sheet to assist growers with management of this tufted annual grass which grows up to one metre tall and has a distinctive seed head of between seven and 19 feathery spikes...
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Mitey useful service to check for insecticide resistance.. The season, grain growers in the southern cropping region can access a free-of-charge service to determine whether redlegged earth mite (RLEM) populations within their crops are resistant to insecticides... The RLEM insecticide-resistance testing service is being made available to growers and their advisers through a national Grains Research and Development Corporation-funded project led by the University of Melbourne in collaboration with cesar , the Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia (DAFWA), CSIRO and the University of WA...
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Mitey useful service to check for insecticide resistance.. The season, grain growers in the southern cropping region can access a free-of-charge service to determine whether redlegged earth mite (RLEM) populations within their crops are resistant to insecticides... The RLEM insecticide-resistance testing service is being made available to growers and their advisers through a national Grains Research and Development Corporation-funded project led by the University of Melbourne in collaboration with cesar , the Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia (DAFWA), CSIRO and the University of WA...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Feathertop Rhodes grass not to be taken lightly.. An established weed of the northern cropping region, feathertop Rhodes grass is now becoming a problem for grain growers in parts of the southern region... The GRDC has just published a fact sheet to assist growers with management of this tufted annual grass which grows up to one metre tall and has a distinctive seed head of between seven and 19 feathery spikes...
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With herbicide resistance threatening the future of the no-till farming system, the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) is keeping growers up to date with the latest information for tackling the issue... Cropping with herbicide resistance , which is available for download at www.grdc.com.au ... "Integrated weed management can delay or prevent resistance developing by relying on a range of tactics, both chemical and non-chemical, to keep weeds successfully in check," Dr Rainbow said...
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The agronomist from Dubbo, New South Wales, says two years of survey data show herbicide resistance is increasing at an alarming rate across the central western NSW cropping belt and growers need to change tactics urgently to develop effective, long-term weed-management strategies... "In the GOA surveys both ryegrass and black oats demonstrated a high incidence of resistance, with 100 per cent of the ryegrass and 86 per cent of black oats showing resistance to at least one herbicide," Mr Street says... Before growers and agronomists decide on a course of action, Mr Street says it is critical they start testing survivor weed samples so they can map the resistance status of individual farms and paddocks as part of the process to develop effective long-term strategy for the management of hard-to-kill weeds...
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The agronomist from Dubbo, New South Wales, says two years of survey data show herbicide resistance is increasing at an alarming rate across the central western NSW cropping belt and growers need to change tactics urgently to develop effective, long-term weed-management strategies... "In the GOA surveys both ryegrass and black oats demonstrated a high incidence of resistance, with 100 per cent of the ryegrass and 86 per cent of black oats showing resistance to at least one herbicide," Mr Street says... Before growers and agronomists decide on a course of action, Mr Street says it is critical they start testing survivor weed samples so they can map the resistance status of individual farms and paddocks as part of the process to develop effective long-term strategy for the management of hard-to-kill weeds...
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