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
Four herbicides, based on Arylex active, are providing growers with ideal options for weed control and use patterns. Paradigm, Trezac, Pixxaro and Rexade Arylex active from Corteva Agriscience, have been formulated to suit a range of scenarios.
The Citrus industry has gone through significant change over the last few years, the phasing out of chlorpyrifos as a pest control option is no exception.
While the weather outlook is positive, growers should bear in mind that the wetter conditions are likely to create a ‘green bridge’ of weeds that harbour insect pests such as green peach aphid (GPA). GPA will persist over-summer on a variety of hosts
In a commitment to the sustainability of Australian farmers, Corteva Agriscience has launched a new organic insecticide.
The challenges of being able to get spray applications through tree crop canopies was highlighted at a recent Corteva Agriscience field day, held in a Macadamia orchard, near Lismore, in northern New South Wales.