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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Monitoring during autumn has shown that mouse numbers have remained low in many grain-growing regions across the country, but the pests have potential to cause damage at seeding in South Australia and Queensland ( Figure 1 )... The GRDC-funded study has forecast high levels of mouse pressure at sowing on SA's Eyre and Yorke peninsulas and the Northern Adelaide Plains, prompting many growers to bait with zinc phosphide... Modelling also forecasts high mouse numbers on Queensland's central Darling Downs...
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" Over The Fence South: finger on the pulse with faba beans 15 January 2013 Faba beans are growing in popularity as a southern break crop, but the key to capitalising on high market prices is attention to detail during the growing season, according to Shepparton farmer David Cook... Technology to reduce spray drift GCTV: Drift Reducing Technology..
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" GRDC Agribusiness Crop Updates, 24-25 February 2014, Western Region, Perth, WA. Bob French 30 April 2014 Bob French from DAFWA discusses responses to dry sowing and seeding depth, particularly in sandy soil types, with attention given to varieties with a long coleoptile length... Recorded at GRDC 2014 Agribusiness Crop Updates, Perth WA, 24-25 February 2014... Technology to reduce spray drift GCTV: Drift Reducing Technology..
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