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Stubble is retained on about 60% of Australia’s cropped land, with this requiring significant farming practice change by Australian farmers....
Take a flexible approach to managing stubble to ensure you do not compromise on the big things: weeds, diseases, pests...
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Take a flexible approach to managing stubble to ensure you do not compromise on the big things: weeds, diseases, pests and timeliness
A flexible approach to managing stubble means crops can be harvested high or low, depending on the season, stubble load and weed management, and that strategies can be implemented postharvest
Emergence a testing time for HRZ canola
Stubble is retained on about 60% of Australia’s cropped land, with this requiring significant farming practice change by Australian farmers. This Supplement is a snapshot of key recommendations for stubble management and explores the outcomes of
Agriculture Kangaroo Island and the MacKillop Farm Management Group worked with growers to see how they were addressing the challenges of stubble-retention in this high-rainfall environment (550mm) with a range of soil types
How you manage stubble at harvest affects the efficacy of pre-emergent herbicides applied next season
Brome RIM allows growers and advisers to compare the benefits of different management practices on profitability and brome grass weed populations.
Growers considering changes to row spacing and row placement need to weigh up all the benefits and risks to limit the impact on crop yields and the weed population
Grazing can ultimately increase the profitability of the whole system for mixed farms
Weeds, stubble and livestock are the most important factors in protecting soil: aim for a weed-free fallow with at least two tonnes of stubble per hectare retained on the soil surface