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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
" Date: 13.02.2012 pestIQ - Getting smart about pest management pestIQ - Getting smart about pest management.. Advisors, agronomists and growers have told us that they are presently forced to seek information and support from various disparate sources, which leads to confusion and inefficiency... Advisors and growers have asked for a service where the time and effort required to search for information is removed, and that the information presented is easy to use, seasonally relevant and above all helps them make sound management decisions in the field...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Pest problems increasingly reflect a mix of crops grown..... Grain growers in New South Wales and Victoria are advised to closely monitor crops for cutworms which have been causing extensive crop damage... As Mandalotus weevils become active in parts of South Australia's grain belt, growers are advised that early detection is critical in preventing and reducing damage to germinating crops...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
While decent autumn rains have been welcomed by many grain growers in the southern cropping region, they have also heralded the arrival of numerous invertebrate pests... Mites, earwigs, fleas, weevils, slugs and snails are appearing in agricultural areas of Victoria and southern New South Wales, according to the PestFacts south-eastern electronic news service which is supported by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)... Redlegged earth mites are now predicted to be hatching in many cooler regions, early sightings of blue oat mites (Riverina and north-east Victoria) and Bryobia mites (Riverina) are also being reported, as are earwigs (NSW south-west Slopes), lucerne flea (north-east Victoria and Riverina), weevils (NSW Central Tablelands), black keeled slugs (NSW Riverina) and small pointed snails (western Victoria)...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
While decent autumn rains have been welcomed by many grain growers in the southern cropping region, they have also heralded the arrival of numerous invertebrate pests... Mites, earwigs, fleas, weevils, slugs and snails are appearing in agricultural areas of Victoria and southern New South Wales, according to the PestFacts south-eastern electronic news service which is supported by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)... Redlegged earth mites are now predicted to be hatching in many cooler regions, early sightings of blue oat mites (Riverina and north-east Victoria) and Bryobia mites (Riverina) are also being reported, as are earwigs (NSW south-west Slopes), lucerne flea (north-east Victoria and Riverina), weevils (NSW Central Tablelands), black keeled slugs (NSW Riverina) and small pointed snails (western Victoria)...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Don't let the bugs bite into cropping profits this season.. Don't let the bugs bite into cropping profits this season Recent rainfall throughout parts of South Australia, Victoria and southern New South Wales has been welcomed by grain growers - but there is a downside... One of the services is the PestFacts newsletters which are designed to keep grain growers and advisers informed about invertebrate pest-related issues and solutions," Mr Shannon said. "..
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Grain growers supported in efforts to reduce insect pest damage.. PestFacts south-eastern is co-ordinated by cesar, which has just welcomed a new team member, Julia Severi (pictured)... With a focus on pests of broad-acre grain crops in Victoria and New South Wales, PestFacts south-eastern is a valuable source of timely information made available through the Grains Research and Development Corporation-funded National Pest Information Service (NPIS)...
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