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Field Moulds

Mould spores are virtually everywhere in the field and easily survive over winter in soil and plant residues. The most common method of fungal entry in corn is through the roots during the seedling stage,…

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Field Moulds

Mould spores are virtually everywhere in the field and easily survive over winter in soil and plant residues. The most common method of fungal entry in corn is through the roots during the seedling stage,…


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Sorghum Midge Resistance and Management

Sorghum midge is a serious insect pest of grain sorghum in Australia and has the potential to cause significant economic losses. While midge resistance (MR) is present in all commercial hybrids, there are differing levels…


Canola

Seed Depth Assessment

Seeding too deep is a common stand establishment issue in canola. This becomes clear as plants emerge, especially when some rows emerge earlier and more vigorously than others. Recently emerged plants provide an easy way to…

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Corn

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Research Proves Benefits of Corn in a Cotton Rotation

Research conducted by NSW Department of Primary Industries using a leading Pioneer® brand corn has highlighted the benefits of including corn as part of a cotton rotation. Principal Research Scientist, Dr Nilantha Hulugalle, of the Australian Cotton Research Institute, said the project was…

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