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Were you at the 2016 Diesel Dirt and Turf Expo?
The National Diesel Dirt and Turf Expo will return to Penrith Panthers on the Friday 21st, Saturday 22nd & Sunday 23rd of April 2017! Make sure you save the date!
Expect bigger and better things this year. We have more exhibitors, more machinery and more fun in store for the whole family! Did we mention it's FREE ENTRY!?
We also have plenty of giveaways including a Toro Ride-on Mower, Toro Stump Grinder and $50 fuel vouchers (Terms and Conditions apply).
Scientists have for the first time discovered insecticide resistance in redlegged earth mites (RLEM) in the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) southern cropping region. Recent laboratory studies on several RLEM populations in South Australia have confirmed resistance to both syntheti...
Darling Downs grower Andrew Higton was one of several growers across the state involved in the successful production of seed for new wheat variety Reliant. Reliant, bred by LongReach Plant Breeders and marketed by Advanta Seeds, is a mid-season variety classified Australian Prime Hard in Queensland…
When it comes to pests and diseases, prevention is cheaper than treatment.
Things like isolating new seedlings from the main greenhouse until they have been through a quarantine period, or treated to control a pest can save you from the added expense of treating an entire production area.
Managing greenhouse pests and diseases to reduce costs and losses. Plant diseases in a typical greenhouse may cost as much as 15 per cent of potential income. Serious pest damage can take another 10 per cent from your bottom line. Rod Turner, General Manger, Risk Management at Plant Health Australia...