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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
paraquat and spray.seed (paraquat/ diquat) are not registered for pre-harvest application in cereal or oilseed crops and should not be used under any circumstances including in-crop spray topping, pre-harvest canola dessication or under-the-cutter-bar spraying during swathing or windrowing canola... DO NOT use on crops intended for seed DO NOT harvest for 5 days after application to standing crops DO NOT overspray windrows DO NOT apply to standing crops and again at the time of windrowing.. Keeping an accurate spray diary and adhering to recommended application timing and spray intervals as per the label is crucial...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
paraquat and spray.seed (paraquat/ diquat) are not registered for pre-harvest application in cereal or oilseed crops and should not be used under any circumstances including in-crop spray topping, pre-harvest canola dessication or under-the-cutter-bar spraying during swathing or windrowing canola... DO NOT use on crops intended for seed DO NOT harvest for 5 days after application to standing crops DO NOT overspray windrows DO NOT apply to standing crops and again at the time of windrowing.. Keeping an accurate spray diary and adhering to recommended application timing and spray intervals as per the label is crucial...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
paraquat and spray.seed (paraquat/ diquat) are not registered for pre-harvest application in cereal or oilseed crops and should not be used under any circumstances including in-crop spray topping, pre-harvest canola dessication or under-the-cutter-bar spraying during swathing or windrowing canola... DO NOT use on crops intended for seed DO NOT harvest for 5 days after application to standing crops DO NOT overspray windrows DO NOT apply to standing crops and again at the time of windrowing.. Keeping an accurate spray diary and adhering to recommended application timing and spray intervals as per the label is crucial...
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
The benefits improve crop health and crop competitive ability against weeds and the effectiveness of pre-emergent herbicides... When used as a post-emergent product, little of the herbicide gets to the roots and the control of established weeds is often very poor... benefits arise when the weed is prevented from setting seed as there are no increases to the seedbank and, as a consequence, fewer weeds in the future...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Undertaking four case studies of farmers who have successfully managed herbicide resistance... Using the double knock approach where glyphosate is used first, then followed by paraquat # or Spray... Crop choice and herbicide use influenced ryegrass seed-set and subsequent numbers in the following crop...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
A great proportion of the solutions to our problems are still herbicide based and in the future will lead to other herbicide resistance problems... Paddock screening trials done by DPI, at a known resistance site, showed poor efficacy from group B products but very good results from those products containing group H (Precept and Velocity )... Interim results from the survey work indicate that another two populations have similar tolerances to glyphosate as those discussed above...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
The foliar activity of Boxer Gold was evaluated in a number of replicated field trials across Southern Australia in 2007 and 2008, in particular targeting the control of seedling ARG plants at growth stage Z11 to Z12 (1 to 2 leaf stage)... The foliar activity of Boxer Gold was evaluated in a number of Syngenta Crop Protection and independent trials conducted across Southern Australia in 2007 and 2008, in particular targeting the control of seedling ARG plants... The research demonstrates the ability of Boxer Gold to improve the control of emerged 1 to 2 leaf ARG when used in tank mixtures with a registered rate of non-selective herbicides as per standard grower practice...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
# - no reference in IWM manual, so estimate was made by author of this paper... The inclusion of Mataven in the list of herbicides is essential because it can be applied late post-emergence in wheat crops to prevent wild oat seed set and is a Group Z herbicide - could be a vital tool in herbicide resistance management - but it has a history of cross resistance with Group A... Keep browsing 0 Responses to Strategies for optimising the life of Group A herbicides and patterns of herbicide resistance in wild oats..
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Strategies for optimising the life of Group A herbicides and patterns of herbicide resistance in wild oats and annual ryegrass... Our goal is to delay or prevent this from happening in northern NSW... The inclusion of Mataven in the list of herbicides is essential if wild oats are to be tested because it can be applied late post-emergence in wheat crops to prevent wild oat seed set and is a Group Z herbicide - could be a vital tool in herbicide resistance management - but it has a history of often being cross resistant with Group A resistance...
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
H. marinum is widely referred to as sea barley grass around the world, and H. hystrixis known as Mediterranean barley grass... Conditions that favour germination and establishment The seed of common sowthistle can germinate at temperatures in the range 5 C to 35 C. Germination is ultimately determined by moisture availability, as a moist environment is preferred... There is a high proportion of seedling emergence from shallow seed sources, whereas more deeply buried seeds remain dormant and long-lived with a half life estimated at 10 years...
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