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wild oat pressure

Catalogue: GRDC Updates
For much of the last two decades, they have been managed in-crop, predominantly using Group A herbicides... In recent years it has become clear that herbicide resistant wild oats are becoming a key threat to a sustainable northern farming system... 1. No significant rate response was obtained by increasing the rate of Triflur Xcel or Avadex Xtra in the mixture..
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
" Date: 14.07.2008 WILD OAT MANAGEMENT - NEW OPTIONS FOR OLD CHEMISTRY Take home message Results encouraging from both Triflur Xcel and Avadex Xtra but NOT silver bullets (will nearly always require a post-emergent clean up).. In chickpeas, under extreme wild oats pressure, an average net benefit of $310/ha was obtained (range $242-373) May have better fit in zero/minimum tillage systems Industry needs to reduce Group A usage in crops where viable options exist eg in wheat with Group B and K Focus must be on reducing the wild oat seedbank and include winter/ summer crop rotations in the north.. No significant rate response was obtained by increasing the rate of Triflur Xcel or Avadex Xtra in the mixture..
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