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Resource can help growers plan for summer spraying.. "Often the most important factor in summer weed control is getting the timing right and using a robust rate of product," Dr Hughes said... Dr Hughes said that with legal pressure on night spraying - due to the presence of surface temperature inversions - South Australian trials tested the control of 'tough weeds' in less than favourable conditions during summer daytime spraying...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Resource can help growers plan for summer spraying.. "Often the most important factor in summer weed control is getting the timing right and using a robust rate of product," Dr Hughes said... Dr Hughes said that with legal pressure on night spraying - due to the presence of surface temperature inversions - South Australian trials tested the control of 'tough weeds' in less than favourable conditions during summer daytime spraying...
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Today, as western region systems and agronomy general manager based back in Western Australia, Dr Hughes is largely focused on projects that fall into the GRDC's three-to-eight year investment strategy... "We are directing and developing a strategy around the GRDC's investments in farming systems, soils and agronomy and what is the best return for growers," Dr Hughes said... "The GRDC is investing nearly $4 million per year in a range of soils projects for the benefit of WA grain growers, with a significant focus on non-wetting soils, soil compaction, acidity and sodicity," he said...
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Today, as western region systems and agronomy general manager based back in Western Australia, Dr Hughes is largely focused on projects that fall into the GRDC's three-to-eight year investment strategy... "We are directing and developing a strategy around the GRDC's investments in farming systems, soils and agronomy and what is the best return for growers," Dr Hughes said... "The GRDC is investing nearly $4 million per year in a range of soils projects for the benefit of WA grain growers, with a significant focus on non-wetting soils, soil compaction, acidity and sodicity," he said...
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