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Dr Dale Shaner from the US Department of Agriculture explored the implications of the accelerated breakdown of triazine herbicides for Australian growers at the GRDC Grains Research Update for Advisers in Goondiwindi, Queensland... PHOTO: Clarisa Collis Faster breakdown of triazine or Group C herbicides, and its implications for growers around the world, was a central subject at the recent GRDC Grains Research Update in Goondiwindi, Queensland... Keynote speaker Dr Dale Shaner, from the US Department of Agriculture, said it was a global phenomenon and Australian grain growers may also need to rethink their conventional use of triazine herbicides for long-lasting weed control...
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Researchers anticipate an increase in resistanace to Group B 'imi' herbicdies (e.g. Intervix in annual tyegrass and brome grass in cropping areas as the number of different Clearfield (insert registration symbol) or imi tolerant crop options grows... For tillage situations, 1.6L/ha of Avadex Xtra and 1.5L/ha of trifluralin are commonly used in canola, dependent on soil type (note these rates are too high for cereals)... the sole reason i am using the long fallow followed byrr canola is weed control...
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Resistant silver grass sneaks through.. Silver grass has evolved robust resistance to triazine herbicides in Western Australia... Over the next 12 years the rotation received eight applications of triazine, as well as double-knocks in the form of grazing, spray topping and clethodim...
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