Paired-row sowing adoption rate grows

PAIRED-ROW sowing may be a viable alternative to increase crop competition and reduce weed growth according to WeedSmart.

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Dr Jack Desbiolles, senior agricultural research engineer at University of SA, said paired-row sowing can deliver both increased yield and useful suppression of weeds. Image courtesy WeedSmart.

Peter Newman, WeedSmart western extension agronomist, said paired-row systems such as the Stiletto Boot, which is popular in West Australian sandy soils, are a cheap way to increase crop density and

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