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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?

It pays to plan ahead to manage weeds in winter fallows destined from summer crops – such as cotton, sorghum, mungbean and sunflower. Read More...
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Chaff carts were made for feeding livestock

Baled chaff collected at harvest as a weed control measure is providing a cheap energy source for sheep in confinement paddocks. Read More...
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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

Australian researchers are developing technologies that will deliver ‘green-on-green’ weed recognition and targeted control in-crop. Read More...
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Kicking the herbicide habit

The single cause of herbicide resistance in weeds is selection pressure through herbicide use. Other strategies must be implemented urgently. Read More...
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What’s the benefit of a double paraquat knockdown?

A double paraquat application can be used to great effect to avoid a serious blow-out of glyphosate resistant annual ryegrass. Read More...
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Don’t sow wild oats

Research shows that stopping seed set for two years could lead to complete control of wild oats in the field. Read More...
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How does ryegrass adapt so readily to farming practices and environmental changes?

Short rotations make it easy for weeds like annual ryegrass to adapt to multiple herbicide modes of action and cutural practices. Read More...
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Remove the fetters from crops and they’ll trample the weeds

Addressing soil constraints, such as low pH (and the associated aluminium toxicity), enables the crop to compete strongly with weeds. Read More...
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Central NSW growers investigate IWM options

Two growers Central NSW growers demonstrated their use of chaff deck systems to manage herbicide resistant ryegrass. Read More...

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