Farmers from the Darling Downs and South West Queensland are invited to a series of one-day Workplace Essentials workshops to be held in Goondiwindi, St. George and Roma in March 2019.
A large-scale trial conducted by farmers and an agronomist north of Trayning, WA, which compared open pollinated triazine tolerant (OP TT) canola to Roundup Ready (RR) canola, has demonstrated a $105 per hectare benefit for RR over OP TT.
Results from a trial in Western Australia’s central grainbelt suggest the highest sustainable wheat crop yields and grain protein levels will be achieved from employing a diverse crop rotation – comprising wheat, a legume and canola – when compared with other rotations tested at the…
New wheat variety Havoc will make a substantial jump in hectares at Allan Griffith’s Carnamah farm this season, going from a modest trial in 2018 to half the wheat program in 2019.
WA agronomist and no-till advocate Bill Crabtree is always on the lookout for innovative practices and products to implement on-farm, and the 2018 season was no different, with the grower running a wheat variety trial which put new wheat variety Havoc up against his mainstays.