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The manual offers an overview of FTR and its biology as well as practical advice on all aspects of FTR management including control tactics, post-emergent and residual herbicide options, the use of crop rotations, advice on chemical groups to include in a management program and implementation of an effective integrated control strategy... The manual's recommendations are based on the latest FTR research findings on herbicide efficacy, effects of strategic tillage on seed placement in the soil profile, seed bank viability at differing burial depths, effect of different implements on FTR emergence and the impact of crop rotation in FTR management... A copy of the Integrated Weed Management of FTR manual can be downloaded at www.grdc.com.au/IWM-FTR-2014 ...
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Weed battle moves up a gear with new manual.. The manual offers an overview of FTR and its biology as well as practical advice on all aspects of FTR management including control tactics, post-emergent and residual herbicide options, the use of crop rotations, advice on chemical groups to include in a management program and implementation of an effective integrated control strategy... Log in or register to leave a comment...
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Grain growers and advisors have a new ally in the battle against Feathertop Rhodes grass (FTR) - the Integrated Weed Management of FTR manual... The recently released manual offers an overview of FTR and its biology as well as practical advice on all aspects of FTR management including control tactics, post-emergent and residual herbicide options, the use of crop rotations, advice on chemical groups to include in a management program and implementation of an effective integrated control strategy... Mr Aisthorpe said the effective long term control of FTR could only be achieved by using a combination of practices such as planned use of residual and knockdown herbicides, crop rotation, spot spraying/WeedSeeker /chip hoe and strategic tillage...
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Grain growers and advisors have a new ally in the battle against Feathertop Rhodes grass (FTR) - the Integrated Weed Management of FTR manual... The recently released manual offers an overview of FTR and its biology as well as practical advice on all aspects of FTR management including control tactics, post-emergent and residual herbicide options, the use of crop rotations, advice on chemical groups to include in a management program and implementation of an effective integrated control strategy... Mr Aisthorpe said the effective long term control of FTR could only be achieved by using a combination of practices such as planned use of residual and knockdown herbicides, crop rotation, spot spraying/WeedSeeker /chip hoe and strategic tillage...
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To assist growers and their advisers in combating Feathertop Rhodes grass (FTR), an Integrated Weed Management (IWM) manual has been published on the weed... "For many growers the battle against FTR has long been fought with knockdown herbicides and slowly but surely that battle is being lost," Mr Aisthorpe said... "The FTR seedbank can be fully depleted in 12-18 months, so with a careful use of weed-seed control, crop rotation, strategic tillage and techniques such as burning on top of traditional herbicide control, growers stand a good chance of being able to remove the weed successfully," Mr Aisthorpe said...
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To assist growers and their advisers in combating Feathertop Rhodes grass (FTR), an Integrated Weed Management (IWM) manual has been published on the weed... "For many growers the battle against FTR has long been fought with knockdown herbicides and slowly but surely that battle is being lost," Mr Aisthorpe said... "The FTR seedbank can be fully depleted in 12-18 months, so with a careful use of weed-seed control, crop rotation, strategic tillage and techniques such as burning on top of traditional herbicide control, growers stand a good chance of being able to remove the weed successfully," Mr Aisthorpe said...
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