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Advancing the management of Crop Canopies

This guide covers the link between growth stage and crop physiology and the implications for canopy management and disease control in wheat and barley.
It also discusses the influence of row spacing on canopy management, grazing long-season wheat and how new technologies can be used to manage the crop canopy.
Order Code: GRDC781
Price: FREE plus p&h 

Spread, delve, spade, invert

This excellent 50-page booklet outlines the issues that growers need to consider when claying. It is presented in a question-and-answer format and includes eight detailed grower case studies.

Order Code: GRDC651
Price: FREE plus p&h 

Cover page of Weather Essentials for Pesticide Application booklet by Graeme Tepper for GRDC.

Weather essentials for pesticide application

This revised 2014 edition aims to help those applying pesticides to understand, observe and interpret local weather elements. This knowledge will aid in the planning and effective execution of spray applications that avoid spray drift.

Order Code: GRDC699    
Price: FREE plus p&h

Herbicide tolerant canola

Order Code: GRDC955
Price: FREE plus p&h 

Herbicide resistance Fact Sheet
Western region

Order Code: GRDC716
Price: FREE plus p&h 

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In-crop herbicide use Fact Sheet
Order Code: GRDC733
Price: FREE plus p&h 

Canopy Management

Order Code: GRDC449
Price: FREE plus p&h

Applying PA - A reference guide for the modern practitioner

Order Code: GRDC947
Price: FREE plus p&h

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