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Control wild oats through crop rotations, smart herbicide use and minimising grain sample contamination. Integrated Weed Management—including correct use of…
Good inoculation and agronomy practices are crucial for optimising nitrogen fixation and reaping the benefits.
Biological inputs include a wide range of products aimed at supporting soil fertility, biological activity, and plant growth.
Russian wheat aphid is established in Australia. Monitor carefully and manage where needed. Russian wheat aphid (RWA) (Photo 1) can damage cereal crops and reduce yields.
Detecting mice early through monitoring is critical for controlling numbers effectively and reducing crop damage
Tips and tactics on identifying suitable conditions for spraying and reducing off-target drift from summer fallow spraying in cotton crops.