Herbicide availability dependent on Australia's perceived marketplace value

WHILE tackling herbicide resistance has no silver bullet, CropLife government and strategic relations director, Justin Crosby, said product diversity is needed, requiring clever marketing to elevate Australia on the world stage.

Herbicide availability dependent on Australia's perceived marketplace value Herbicide availability dependent on Australia's perceived marketplace value Herbicide availability dependent on Australia's perceived marketplace value Herbicide availability dependent on Australia's perceived marketplace value Herbicide availability dependent on Australia's perceived marketplace value

Justin Crosby, CropLife, Rick Llewellyn, CSIRO, Paul Neve, University of Copenhagen, and Ken Young, GRDC, during a panel discussion on future pesticide use at the AHRI Crop Protection Forum in Adelaide last month.

Speaking at the Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative's Crop Protection Forum in Adelaide in December, Crosby said it would be a united effort to ensure Australia continued to be seen as a

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