Research Report: Residue management at harvest

The Kondinin Group research team has investigated the performance of a range of harvest weed seed control options

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Research Report: Residue management at harvest

  • 12th February 2018

Introduction

The Kondinin Group research team has investigated the performance of a range of harvest weed seed control options

HARVEST weed seed control is an important part of any integrated approach to weed control and farmers, research bodies and manufacturers have spent millions of dollars coming up with solutions.

With this in mind the Kondinin Group research team has investigated the performance of a range of harvest weed seed control options including the more expensive of these; the integrated Harrington Seed Destructor (iHSD) and the competing Seed Terminator chaff mills.

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Research Report: Residue management at harvest

We investigate the performance of a range of harvest weed seed control options

Research Report: Residue management at harvest

We investigate the performance of a range of harvest weed seed control options

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