herbicide resistance

 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.
CROPPING

Herbicide availability dependent on Australia's perceived marketplace value

Tackling herbicide resistance starts with improved product diversity.

19 January 2024

 DPIRD officers Catherine Borger, Dave Nicholson and Miranda Slaven at a trial site in WA where a machine that uses electricity to kill weeds is being tested. Image courtesy DPIRD.
MACHINERY

Electric weed control trials create a buzz

WA research shows zapping of weeds can be successful

29 November 2023

 University of Adelaide researchers Emily Mackie, Dr Andrew Barrow and Dr Tatiana Soares da Costa. Image courtesy of Adelaide University.
CROPPING

Failed antibiotics could fast track new herbicides

A failed tuberculosis antibiotic shows promise for killing weeds.

29 May 2023

 New research on ryegrass could provide significant benefits to grain growers. Photo courtesy GRDC
CROPPING

Ground breaking ryegrass genome research to benefit growers

Breakthrough ryegrass research will help growers better manage herbicide resistance.

08 May 2023

 NSW Department of Primary Industries principal research scientist, Dr Hanwen Wu, is offering free herbicide resistance testing of feathertop Rhodes grass.  Image courtesy  NSW DPI.
CROPPING

NSW DPI seeking feathertop Rhodes grass samples for testing

Seeds needed for herbicide resistance testing

05 February 2023

 Professor Ken Flower is the new AHRI director. Picture courtesy AHRI.
CROPPING

Professor digs into new resistance role

Flower blooms into new herbicide resistance boss role

26 January 2023

AGT Head of Science and Business Development, Dr Tristan Coram, is part of new locally-discovered technology to help barley growers. Image courtesy AGT.
CROPPING

Strategic partnership to benefit barley growers

CoAXium Production System announced for Australia

16 May 2022

 Herbicide resistance testing could be worthwhile when buying new land. Picture courtesy WA Department of Agriculture.
AGRIBUSINESS

Testing helps to inform herbicide choices

Testing conducted by AHRI shows surprising results for WA farmer.

13 January 2022

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Research Report: High Horsepower Tractors (May 2024)

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Research Report: Sheds (April 2024)

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Research Report: Self-Propelled Sprayers (March 2024)

In this month’s Research Report, the Kondinin Group research team of Mark Saunders, Ben White and Josh Giumelli present the results of the latest round of self-propelled sprayer testing. The team traversed several states to round up six of the latest sprayers, which can cost upwards of $1 million each.