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Drone used for Australian first in weed control
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03/05/13 - Sesbania Cattle Station in north-west Queensland will be the first Australian site to demonstrate the use of a drone to control acacia.
Ion Staunton holds a 250ml bottle of PyBo, a free trial quantity that can make 250 litres of spray for a 15-minute trial
Supplier news
21/02/13 - One of the oldest insecticides in the world also offers one of the widest uses among all registered pesticides.
Trish Lewis facing summer challenges
Supplier news
18/02/13 - Three key challenges faced by dairy farmers in summer are lower pasture quality and supply, heat stress, and mycotoxin issues.
Speedtillers condition soil and cut and distribute trash evenly
Supplier news
29/01/13 - K-Line Industries Speedtillers® are disc tilling machines that are ideal for conditioning soils with high levels of crop residues.
Pestmaster weed killer
Supplier news
24/01/13 - The Pestmaster products from Aqua-Tech AGRI mainly consist of weedkiller and snail and slug killer formulations.
Supplier news
23/01/13 - The new Rabobank Fertiliser Quarterly indicates that the global fertiliser market has been impacted by reduced end-user demand and inventory destocking through Q4 2012.
Ultrasonic pest repeller
Supplier news
23/01/13 - Ultrasonic Pest Repeller from Enviro Bug Control is a powerful unit that covers an area of 4000 square feet and is highly effective in the control of mice, rats, cockroaches.
Supplier news
22/01/13 - Marshall Multispread supply a range of fertiliser spreaders and the manufacturer Roesner P/L are currently focusing on improving the accuracy and efficiency of their products.
Py-Bo natural pyrethrum insecticidal concentrate is based on natural Pyrethrum extract
Supplier news
22/01/13 - Py-Bo natural pyrethrum insecticidal concentrate controls all aphids, thrips, caterpillars, whiteflies, leafhopper ants and earwigs.
Termite colony baiting
Supplier news
16/01/13 - There is little point in tearing apart the timbers and spraying the scurrying termites because back at the nest, the queen is laying about 2000 eggs — a day!
Termite traps
Supplier news
16/01/13 - Ten years ago about 80% of homeowners did nothing but hope; the rest used a professional to come and look and spray once a year.
Termite traps
Supplier news
16/01/13 - Ion Staunton has reinvented the Termite Trap so that instead of having to dig it into soil, it now sits ON the surface where it is easy to find.

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