Soil health produces more crop, less weeds

When constraints like soil acidity are addressed, crops are more competitive against weeds. Read more here.

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S07E03: Longer coleoptile wheat protects seedlings from herbicide damage

On this episode of the WeedSmart Podcast, we learn about how wheat with a longer coleoptile offers some unique benefits from a crop protection standpoint. We also dig into the details of a weeds trial which shows a triple threat strategy, rather than traditional methods has the potential to produce the best results for weed control in the Southern region. Read More...
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Rod Birch on how the Big 6 is keeping weeds at bay at Catalina Farms

Rod Birch (Coorow, WA) gives an overview of what Big 6 principles are working for them. He also explas how they're approaching weed control at new property acquisition, 'Koobabbie', which hadn't changed hands for 115 years. Read More...

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