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Rick Llewellyn describes the new Brome RIM

Brome grass has become one of the most costly grass weeds in many major grain growing regions. In conjunction with AHRI, CSIRO will shortly launch Brome RIM which can help growers develop the most profitable strategies for managing Brome grass populations.

RIM is a computer-based decision support system to aid farmers and agronomists in their weed management decisions. Rick and Pete put some potential practices to the test as they work through some realistic scenarios based on recent work with many farmers who are battling brome.

The results will show how the tool can inform practice change decisions and shed new light on some potential brome management combinations. You can also find out more about Brome RIM here.

 

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