A new mode of action herbicide from Bayer should be avialaible to use next year in wheat and barley.
Invasive pest animals and plants represent huge costs to Australia.
A two-year project will test remote sensing technologies to detect weeds in complex landscapes.
Australian research is helping to develop artificial machine intelligence for weed control.
Bosch and BASF are working on new spraying technologies including green-on-green application.
Glyphosate-resistant capeweed has been reported in the Albany port zone, WA.
A new herbicide from Nufarm is suitable for use in imi tolerant oat crops.
Industry groups are changing the mode of action classification for herbicides in Australia.
New research shows that mixing glyphosate and 2,4-D can result in resistance occurring.
Mungbeans could be part of a tactical approach to control feathertop Rhodes grass.
The Herbicide Innovation Partnership is to be extended for another four years.
Bosch and BASF have joined forces with a new precision ag business.
A crop protection forum will be held in Perth in December.
Agriculture Victoria is urging farmers to take action on serrated tussock control now.
Pre-harvest chemical applications require careful planning.
The WeedSmart program has a new southern extension agronomist.
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