Optimising weed control with crop row spacing

Host: | Date: 20 Feb 2019

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As a form of weed control in crops reducing row spacing can have a significant impact on weed populations. By reducing crop row spacing the biomass of the weed are reduced but what’s even more important is weed seed numbers are dramatically reduced.

These were key messages delivered to grain growers at a Weedsmart conference where Paul McIntosh from the Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative was a speaker. Also addressing the growers was a farmer from NSW who told of his experience with overcoming a serious weed issue on his property by reducing crop row spacing.

Chris Roche and Paul McIntosh pass on their experiences in this podcast.

Further information

Paul McIntosh
AHRI Agronomist
m: 0429 566 198
e: paul@pulseaus.com.au

More info: https://weedsmart.org.au/the-big-6/