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Mice make a meal of researchers' breeding material By Dr Gio Braidotti A mice population boom has wiped out experimental breeding lines at a Victorian research station run by the Department of Primary Industries... They are in the offices Sale of Mouseoff has increased in the region, with one Horsham retailer providing enough for 25,000 hectares, as farmers start baiting their paddocks in conjunction with efforts by agronomists to get a fix on mice numbers... Favourable seasonal conditions meant plants stayed green over summer and, as a result, we have these pests now," Dr Marcroft says. "..
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The workshop on March 21 will offer the latest information and technical insights to enhance participants' understanding of canola agronomy, variety selection and crop management... They will discuss the benefits of growing winter canola in Tasmania, optimising canola profitability and water use efficiency, nutrient input decisions in the high rainfall zone, as well as canola disease and agronomy... More information about the workshop, including registration details, can be found at www.agcommunicators.com.au ...
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The workshop on March 21 will offer the latest information and technical insights to enhance participants' understanding of canola agronomy, variety selection and crop management... They will discuss the benefits of growing winter canola in Tasmania, optimising canola profitability and water use efficiency, nutrient input decisions in the high rainfall zone, as well as canola disease and agronomy... More information about the workshop, including registration details, can be found at www.agcommunicators.com.au ...
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Pre-planting strategies to minimise blackleg risk.. Dr Steve Marcroft says fungicide tolerant blackleg isolates can cause stem canker and potentially yield loss... If crop monitoring in the previous year showed signs of blackleg and yield loss, Dr Marcroft says growers should look at their canola varieties' blackleg rating and consider how close they sow their canola to the previous year's stubble...
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Pre-planting strategies to minimise blackleg risk.. Dr Steve Marcroft says fungicide tolerant blackleg isolates can cause stem canker and potentially yield loss... If crop monitoring in the previous year showed signs of blackleg and yield loss, Dr Marcroft says growers should look at their canola varieties' blackleg rating and consider how close they sow their canola to the previous year's stubble...
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