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Safe sorghum planting while controlling weeds

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Field pea provides an effective winter fallow clean to manage resistant ryegrass ahead of planting rice or wheat. Read More...
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Can multi-species planting provide effective weed control?

Some crops simply don’t have a competitive edge, but a multi-species planting might offer extra punch to smother weeds. Read More...
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Good records and proper investigation can hone in on the cause of unexpected results such as crop injury or poor weed control. Read More...
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Jamie and Susie Grant, Jimbour Qld

Proactive use of automated optical weed detection technology, allows continuous spraying and treating smaller and smaller weeds. Read More...
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What can I do at harvest to reduce my future weed burden?

Harvest time is an important opportunity to assess weed burden across the farm and be proactive about driving down the weed seed bank. Read More...
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How can I set up my summer crops to help manage weeds?

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Chaff carts were made for feeding livestock

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Throwing a wide net over mobile weeds

‘Area-wide management’ could reduce the movement of mobile weeds and the herbicide resistance traits they carried in seeds and pollen. Read More...
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What strategies will rein in wild turnip in the northern region?

Wild turnip steals crop yield and requires additional control measures that together cost over $10 million every year across Australia. Read More...
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Advances made in weed recognition technologies

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Kicking the herbicide habit

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