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Diversity the key to balancing frost, heat risks

<p>SOWING a range of cultivars in their ideal sowing windows will give wheat growers the best chance of balancing the increasing risks of heat and frost damage. By <strong>Rebecca Barr</strong></p>

Jessica Strauss
Diversity the key to balancing frost, heat risks

  CSIRO senior research scientist Dr James Hunt says weather conditions in recent years have shown why it is so important to sow a diversified wheat program. "We had unprecedented frosts in 2014 and...

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