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Take-all infestations in wheat decreased, regardless of the previous crop or pasture in the rotation,
Successful pulse harvesting depends on a combination of factors that need to be addressed at both ends
Awell established lupin crop stands the greatest chance of surviving aphid infestations.
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Crop topping with paraquat or glyphosate is an effective strategy for controlling ryegrass seed set in
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The maintenance of soil health goes beyond stablishing steady levels of soil organic matter.
Maize can provide a cropping option for farmers affected by untimely rain during the harvesting of winter
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Manganese deficiency of narrow-leafed lupins (lupinus angustifolius) can greatly reduce yields.
A new era in food and fibre prodcution will start in Australia this year with the first commercial plantings
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