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Catalogue: GRDC Media
With annual worldwide adjuvant sales estimated at $1.5 billion and more than 300 branded products on the market for use as spray adjuvants, surfactants or wetting agents, growers need good advice... Help is now at hand with the release of the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) new booklet, Adjuvants: Oils, surfactants and other additives for farm chemicals ... "While there are many adjuvants available for use with farm chemicals, a much smaller number of products are recommended by the manufacturers or distributors of farm chemicals," Mr Harvey said...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Grain growers, agronomists and farm consultants wanting to get the most out of the right adjuvants for different spraying jobs are being equipped with the latest adjuvant information to support their decision-making... In Australia alone, more than 300 branded products are currently registered for use as spray adjuvants, surfactants or wetting agents and these products have more than 30 different active ingredients providing varied functions for enhanced pesticide or nutrient efficacy... Keep browsing 0 Responses to Adjuvants Advice..
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Grain growers, agronomists and farm consultants wanting to get the most out of the right adjuvants for different spraying jobs are being equipped with the latest adjuvant information to support their decision-making... The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) and Conservation Farmers Inc (CFI) have produced a revised booklet, Adjuvants - Oils, surfactants and other additives for farm chemicals, to promote a greater understanding of adjuvant attributes and their properties... In Australia alone, more than 300 branded products are currently registered for use as spray adjuvants, surfactants or wetting agents and these products have more than 30 different active ingredients providing varied functions for enhanced pesticide or nutrient efficacy...
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Catalogue: Nuffield Scholar Reports
The Barossa is classed as a cool climate grape growing area; it is at the warmer end of this classification (I believe it could quite happily grow warm climate type fruit with the right management, and so rightfully be classified as a dual climate area, if producers had enough suitable irrigation water available to them)... While I believe that temperature increases will not have any significant impact on our ability to grow grapes (we could have to change some varieties and wine styles produced ), I believe our biggest challenge in this area will be sourcing suitable water for irrigation... Our vineyard has 13 different grape varieties, and we sell most of the grapes we produce to other wine companies in the Barossa, including Yalumba, Peter Lehmann and Barossa Valley Estate...
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