Breeza Research Station
Situated in the Liverpool plains, Northern NSW, for over 30 years. This site primarily focuses on the Northern broadacre market.Visit now
The climate and soils of the Halbury Research Station are broadly representative of much of South Australia, allowing cost-effective work on weeds, pests and diseases in a range of cereals, canola and grain legumes.Visit now
Ensuring the long-term viability of their enterprise by using sustainable farming practices is a cornerstone of Harvest Farms, which is part of the One Harvest Group, at Richmond, near Hobart in Tasmania.
Grazing country in the Fassifern Valley, southern Queensland, is being made more productive with the control of key woody weeds in pastures.
The registration of Transform® Isoclast active insecticide, as an early season pest control option in Macadamias has helped enable growers to integrate Pest Management (IPM) techniques throughout the growing season.
Western Flower Thrip (WFT) are damaging pests of pome and stonefruit throughout Australia.
The switch to Integrated Pest Management (IPM) techniques in horticultural crops around Virginia, South Australia, has changed the type and frequency of chemicals used.