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Destroy weed seeds with narrow windrow burning.. Narrow windrow burning could be the answer for grain growers looking for a simple, low cost way of destroying weed seeds after harvest... Narrow Windrow Burning involves adding a chute to the harvester (top) to direct the chaff into a narrow windrow, which is later burnt (bottom) to destroy weed seeds...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Destroy weed seeds with narrow windrow burning.. Narrow windrow burning could be the answer for grain growers looking for a simple, low cost way of destroying weed seeds after harvest... Narrow Windrow Burning involves adding a chute to the harvester (top) to direct the chaff into a narrow windrow, which is later burnt (bottom) to destroy weed seeds...
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Windrow burning fine-tunes weeds assault.. Robert Gollasch uses integrated weed management to control wild oats and ryegrass on his farm near Wallacetown, New South Wales.. After continuously cropping some paddocks for 37 years, Robert Gollasch started narrow windrow burning when he realised he was running out of herbicide options to manage weeds on his property near Wallacetown, New South Wales...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Windrow burning fine-tunes weeds assault.. Robert Gollasch uses integrated weed management to control wild oats and ryegrass on his farm near Wallacetown, New South Wales.. After continuously cropping some paddocks for 37 years, Robert Gollasch started narrow windrow burning when he realised he was running out of herbicide options to manage weeds on his property near Wallacetown, New South Wales...
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Hot burn will put heat on weed seeds.. AHRI researcher Michael Walsh says windrow burning that sustains a 'hot' burn with temperatures exceeding 400 o C is a key to achieving effective ryegrass and wild radish control... "Studies have shown that temperatures exceeding 400 o C for at least 10 seconds will kill annual ryegrass seeds on the soil surface, and that wild radish seeds will be destroyed if this temperature is sustained for at least 30 seconds...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Hot burn will put heat on weed seeds.. AHRI researcher Michael Walsh says windrow burning that sustains a 'hot' burn with temperatures exceeding 400 o C is a key to achieving effective ryegrass and wild radish control... "Studies have shown that temperatures exceeding 400 o C for at least 10 seconds will kill annual ryegrass seeds on the soil surface, and that wild radish seeds will be destroyed if this temperature is sustained for at least 30 seconds...
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