CROPPING

Strategy needed to cope with Pythium

<p>Hidden menace: Pythium is widespread and damage often goes unnoticed because it can be uniformly spread across the paddock. For Peter Negus, the impact of the disease was severe when he changed seed dressings. He is pictured with Elders agronomist Susie Mason in a Pythium-affected area of Mace wheat.</p>

Jessica Strauss
Strategy needed to cope with Pythium

  Until this season, Dandaragan farmer Peter Negus had never considered he needed to have a strategy to cope with Pythium – on top of everything else that a cropper needs to do today. Which is not...

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