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Nufarm is the only manufacturer of crop protection products in Australia with an extensive network of Regional Service Centres. These Regional Service Centres are based in key agricultural areas, which means Nufarm are storing products closer to you, ...
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Syngenta's people and products provide the rural sector with a wide range of solutions to assist in the battle against pests, insects, diseases and weeds. Syngenta is a complete resource guide of all Syngenta Crop Protection Products and Services in ...
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Bayer CropScience is a world leader in the areas of crop protection, pest control, seeds and plant biotechnology.
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Crop Care is a leading Australian agricultural company, who manufacture and market a vast array of crop protection and seed products, used in a wide range of markets including broad acre agriculture, pastures, sugar cane, rice and horticulture.
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This photo shows the dramatic difference between untreated crops on the left and Sakura treated crops on the right
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10/02/12 - This new pre-ermergent herbicide has demonstrated up to an impressive 97% control over herbicide resistant ryegrass.
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07/04/09 - Grain growers, Jim and Mick Flockart, are over the moon after a new pre-emergent herbicide virtually wiped out herbicide-resistant Annual Ryegrass in a paddock that had been considered almost beyond redemption.
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01/04/09 - Grain grower, Des Hickey, has successfully incorporated a new pre-emergent herbicide into his weed management program to stay one step ahead of herbicide-resistant Annual Ryegrass.
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30/03/09 - Central region grain growers, John and Peter Nicholls, have finally turned the tables in the battle against Annual Ryegrass via the adoption of a new pre-emergent herbicide.
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27/01/09 - Crop safety, weed control, spray application technology and water use efficiency will be key themes at a series of industry field days being held in the West Australian wheat belt next month.
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08/11/06 - Broadacre farmers should assess the potential weed burden of individual paddocks before autumn and tailor a pre-emergent spraying campaign to maximise harvest yield this season
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06/11/06 - Broadacre farmers fighting wild oats should try an alternative chemical group on their paddocks to break the weed’s increasingly stubborn resistance to Group A herbicides
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06/11/06 - With growers throughout the southern cropping zone facing more cases of wild oats and annual ryegrass resistance to commonly available herbicides, one option is to switch to a new chemical group
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06/11/06 - Annual ryegrass resistance remains the top of mind concern among the increasing number of grain growers in the northern Wimmera who are changing to minimum and no-till farming systems

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