Looking at root nodules on legumes for productive pastures
There's not that many new entries in the herbicide arsenal, but agronomists have worked hard on new combinations to combat resistance, boost performance
Spring habit dual-purpose crops sown early could be throwing to head now. This phenomena brings home the importance of picking the right variety.
Early autumn is the time to bolster winter annual legume content, but now's the time to buy seed, because of consistent shortages when it's most needed.
Current crops are likely to need injections of nitrogen given the results of deep soil nitrogen tests across much of the state.
If your legume count is down, now is the time to fix the problems. Next summer's nitrogen levels are depending on you.
Most of the Australian cropping belt has always been regarded as existing in a variable climate where it can be too dry or too wet for long periods, including for vital operations such as sowing.
Identification of DNA barcodes for serrated tussock and Chilean needle grass has delivered a new approach to better manage new incursions of two of Australia’s major invasive weeds.
Employing new varieties of clovers can have many benefits for your pastures, as Julie Brien will explain at next month's NSW Grasslands conference.