Drainage limits losses on waterlogged land

Waterlogging causes crop losses of up to $100 million every year but production affected land can be

Agronomy

01 MAR 1998

Assess the risks of triazine in canola

Triazine-resistant (TR) canola varieties have greatly improved the ability to control resistant weds

Agronomy

01 MAR 1998

Plant origins give clues on weed control

Fireweed is a toxit yellow flowering plant that competes vigorously with pastures but efforts are underway

Agronomy

01 MAR 1998

Narrow points benefit seed placement

An integrated combination of sowing boots and narrow points can provide better control of seed placement

Agronomy

01 MAR 1998

Managing sodic soils improves yields

Farmers can improve production on difficult to manage sodic soils through better management and thaddition

Agronomy

01 FEB 1998

Guide for spotting weeds

Western Weeds - A guide to weeds of WEstern Australia is a new identification guide recently published

Agronomy

01 FEB 1998

Spring spraying to control costly pests

Producers could repa profits of up to $49 per hectare by controlling redlegged earth mites(RLEM)in pastures,

Agronomy

01 FEB 1998

Weed maps improve crop options

A Kondinin Group project investigates the benefits of using precision farming technology on Australian

Agronomy

01 FEB 1998

Untapped local market worth $8-$10m

Northern Australian growers could capitalise on an $8-$10 million domestic opportunity annually by matching

Agronomy

01 FEB 1998

Mustard an alternative crop

CSIRO researchers continue to foster alternative crops to wheat as a means of improving grain production

Agronomy

01 FEB 1998

Planning benefits war against weeds

Well-developed weed management plans can help achieve effective control without jeopardising yield or

Agronomy

01 FEB 1998

Winter wheats show multiple benefits

Australia has the potential to produce an extra two to three million tonnes of winter wheat which could

Agronomy

01 JAN 1998

Stubble and rotation benefit crop yields

Long-term trials carried out in South Australia have shown stubble retention is th ekey to productive

Agronomy

01 JAN 1998

Legume benefits hidden below ground

Crop legumes are likely to provide significantly more nitrogen to the soil than previously thought, with

Agronomy

01 JAN 1998

Harvesting serradella can be easy

Harvesting Cadiz serradella for pasture seed will be a completely new experince for most farmers but

Agronomy

01 NOV 1997

Using lucerne to increase crop performance

The timing of lucerne removal is crucial in determining levels of soil nitrogen available to the following

Agronomy

01 NOV 1997

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