Triple threat – the three-pronged approach to tackling weeds
Host: Prue Adams | Date: 27 Oct 2021
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It’s been common practise across the southern grain growing region to wait for opening rains, before applying a knockdown herbicide, then seeding the crop.
But new research is revealing weedsare better controlled by adopting a three-pronged approach of sowing early, at a high density crop seeding rate while also applying an efficient herbicide.
As the University of Adelaide’s Dr Gurjeet Gill and Ben Fleet explain, the mid-trial results come from a five-year GRDC investment looking into weed management across a range of rainfall zones in SA, Vic and WA.
Dr Gurjeet Gill, The University of Adelaide
GRDC Project code: UOA1707-005RTX
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