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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
A survey of WA grain growers is being conducted to determine the level and extent to which growers undertake Biosecurity best practices on their farms... Management practices that growers indicated as being implemented with a high degree of frequency were such activities as inspecting crops (Fig 4), recording seed sources (Fig 5), keeping records of grain movement (Figs 6 and 7) and, to a lesser degree, general farm hygiene practices such as washing down vehicles and cleaning up around silos... Having biosecurity signage to advise visitors to make contact with the property owners or in keeping records of visitors and having farm plans and designated parking areas for them to use when on their property, rated very poorly as a practice, though the need was acknowledged...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
" IWM as a tool to prevent herbicide resistance becoming an impediment to sustainable farming systems ACR2 Start Date: 01/07/1996.. Cleverly designed programs will be required to meet the economic challenge that this imposes... In years subsequent to the first, the cumulative data has been included to provide the picture for the full period of the project...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
Grower groups can facilitate information delivery on grain Biosecurity issues and could also have a role in neighbourhood networks to develop regional Biosecurity plans... A survey of WA grain growers was conducted in the last 2 years to determine the level and extent to which growers undertake Biosecurity best practices on their farms... Management practices that growers indicated as being implemented with a high degree of frequency were such activities as inspecting crops (Fig 4), recording seed sources (Fig 5), keeping records of grain movement (Figs 6 and 7) and general farm hygiene practices like washing down vehicles and cleaning up around silos to lesser degrees...
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