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How can I strengthen the pulse phase to combat weeds?

Many herbicide-tolerant pulse varieties are very specific in their tolerance to different active ingredients, even from the same mode of action group. Read More...
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Beating herbicide resistant weeds in the Northern region

Attend WeedSmart Week in Dalby on 7 and 8 February for practical insights into tactics that are proven to keep herbicide resistance at bay. Read More...
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How can I use the WeedSmart Big 6 to keep old chemistry working?

Any herbicide program that relies heavily on one or two herbicide modes of action for a target weed is bound to fail eventually. Read More...
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Nutrien Ag Solutions invests in WeedSmart

WeedSmart values the vital role of agronomists in keeping sustainable herbicide use at the forefront of modern agricultural practice. Read More...
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Caution required when retaining rain-affected seed

To avoid poor germination and low vigour crops, retain seed from fertile paddocks and avoid diseased, sprouted or weather-damaged grain. Read More...
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WeedSmart Week returns to Queensland

Growers and agronomists are invited to attend WeedSmart Week when the event returns to Queensland in February 2023. Read More...
Case Study
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Michael Nichols, Sisters Creek, Tas

When herbicide resistant annual ryegrass arrived on their farm Michael Nichols knew he needed to prevent a ‘stop farming’ event. Read More...
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Best seed, best establishment, fewer weeds

Sowing large canola seed, regardless of the cultivar, is key to strong early crop growth and the crop’s ability to compete with weeds. Read More...
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How does crop competition support other weed control tactics?

Crop competition is a quiet achiever in weed control that also has a synergistic effect when applied with other tactics. Read More...
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WeedSmart Big 6 for Mallee farms in NSW, Vic and SA

Get started with the WeedSmart Big 6 tailored for the Mallee region. Read More...
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Can faba bean crops outcompete sowthistle?

Faba bean crops have the potential to significantly curb common sowthistle, a problematic weed with widespread resistance to key herbicides. Read More...
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Can collecting weed seed make me money at harvest?

Setting up your header to minimise grain losses will also maximise weed seed capture a win-win for farm profitability. Read More...

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