Maximising crops and minimising weeds with smart phase farming

Maximising crops and minimising weeds with smart phase farming

This research paper by Yaseen Khalil, Mike Ashworth, Roberto Lujan Rocha, Angelo Loi, Zhanglong Cao and Hugh J. Beckie was presented at the GRDC Updates on 22 April, 2022.

Key words: farming systems, integrated weed management, phase farming, weed resistance.

GRDC Project Code Number: UWA1811-003RTX

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