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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Baits do kill juvenile snails... Stubble and/or green plant material reduce uptake of snail bait by juvenile snails... After three days, any remaining baits were removed and weighed to determine amount consumed and snail mortality was assessed after another five days...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
A snail bait distribution trial on Yorke Peninsula in 2013 tested the coverage of various spreaders and found that on average coverage was two-thirds of that expected with urea... Recent rains across much of south-eastern Australia have led growers to look at controlling snails and slugs due to an increase in their activity, meaning now is the ideal time to spread bait... "Research is still continuing into the effects of fragmented baits, but it is unlikely that these smaller fragments would contain a lethal dose, so I would recommend that when growers do their calibration run, they look for fragmentation - where instead of baits there are small crumbs - and increase the dose assuming that those baits are no longer effective...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Applying snail bait with a spreader after seeding is a common control method on Yorke Peninsula but recent research has shown growers need to adjust their spreader settings for more effective coverage... Snail baiting by spreading molluscicides over the planted area is one of the common ways snails are controlled, along with cultural methods such as cabling, rolling or burning... The most common method by which snail baits are spread on the Yorke Peninsula is using a urea spreader...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Applying snail bait with a spreader after seeding is a common control method on Yorke Peninsula but recent research has shown growers need to adjust their spreader settings for more effective coverage... Snail baiting by spreading molluscicides over the planted area is one of the common ways snails are controlled, along with cultural methods such as cabling, rolling or burning... The most common method by which snail baits are spread on the Yorke Peninsula is using a urea spreader...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Applying snail bait with a spreader after seeding is a common control method on Yorke Peninsula but recent research has shown growers need to adjust their spreader settings for more effective coverage... Snail baiting by spreading molluscicides over the planted area is one of the common ways snails are controlled, along with cultural methods such as cabling, rolling or burning... The most common method by which snail baits are spread on the Yorke Peninsula is using a urea spreader...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Applying snail bait with a spreader after seeding is a common control method on Yorke Peninsula but recent research has shown growers need to adjust their spreader settings for more effective coverage... Snail baiting by spreading molluscicides over the planted area is one of the common ways snails are controlled, along with cultural methods such as cabling, rolling or burning... The most common method by which snail baits are spread on the Yorke Peninsula is using a urea spreader...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Applying snail bait with a spreader after seeding is a common control method on Yorke Peninsula but recent research has shown growers need to adjust their spreader settings for more effective coverage... Snail baiting by spreading molluscicides over the planted area is one of the common ways snails are controlled, along with cultural methods such as cabling, rolling or burning... The most common method by which snail baits are spread on the Yorke Peninsula is using a urea spreader...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Molluscicide baits are widely used for control, but these are not particularly attractive to snails as food sources... Three snail species, Cernuella virgata, Theba pisana and Cochlicella acuta were tested, using olfactometers, for attraction to 21 very different potential food items, compared with water as a control... The project developed olfactometers to assess preferential movements of the snails towards odours produced by 21 very different (moistened), potential food items, compared with water as a control...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Applying snail bait with a spreader after seeding is a common control method on Yorke Peninsula but recent research has shown growers need to adjust their spreader settings for more effective coverage... Snail baiting by spreading molluscicides over the planted area is one of the common ways snails are controlled, along with cultural methods such as cabling, rolling or burning... The most common method by which snail baits are spread on the Yorke Peninsula is using a urea spreader...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
03 5441 6176 03 5444 4299 admin@orm.com.au CAUTION: RESEARCH ON UNREGISTERED PESTICIDE USE Any research with unregistered pesticides or of unregistered products reported in this document does not constitute a recommendation for that particular use by the authors, the authors' organisations or the management committee... In summary, it could be argued that none of the currently available preemergence herbicides have the required stability in efficacy to become viable alternatives to postemergence group A or imidazolinone herbicides... Overall, 2012 seasonal conditions tended to favour early and mid flowering and maturing varieties...
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