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High quality maize grain fro grit production can attract price premiums in domestic and export markets.
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The introduction of differential global positioning systems (DGPS) to agriculture is continuing, with
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Although understanding of annual ryegrass will help control the wed in crops and allow maximum use of
Always read the chemical's lable, espeically when using a particular chemical for the first time.
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