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
The detection of the invasive pest, mango shoot looper (MSL), in North Queensland late last year and more recently in the Northern Territory has caused much concern in the mango industry.
The need to produce high quality mangoes for markets throughout the country is a driving force for Nick and Whitney Ormsby, of Katherine in the NT. Five years ago they took on the mango orchard and are currently doubling the number of hectares.
The release of a new herbicide, specifically designed for water seeded rice and applied directly to flood water, will provide some great advantages to the industry.
Corteva Agriscience Australia is pleased to announce the first global registration of Salibro® Reklemel® active nematicide.
A new herbicide for drill-seeded rice is providing the ideal option for Barnyard grass control from the vital three leaf stage of the rice crop.