Bringing the paddock to you. Explore our field site and see results in action without leaving your chair.
Bringing the field tour to you!
Explore each plot and treatment of our newly registered products and old favourites as we look at compatibility, selectivity and efficacy across a wide range of crops and weed spectrum.
With two research sites across Australia (Breeza in Northern NSW and Halbury in South Australia), as well as demonstration sites around the country, you can see how each product performs in conditions similar to your own.
The Corteva Agriscience Breeza research station based on the Liverpool Plains in Northern NSW has an esteemed history of over 30 years continuous research, development, and demonstration, which has underpinned the development and extension of some of the most significant products for the Northern broadacre market.
While the long-established demonstration and extension days continue to be central to our technology transfer strategy, in 2020, Corteva welcomes you to inspect our demonstration trials virtually, looking at herbicide selectivity, efficacy and compatibility across a range of grain crops, forage crops and pasture species.
Sprayed in late May 2020 and filmed 5 weeks after application, this matrix of cereals, legumes and brassicas demonstrates Arylex active products efficacy, crop selectivity and compatibility with some of the most commonly anticipated application combinations.View now
This trial was sown in early May in conjunction with PGG Wrightson using various varieties of Forage Brassicas and Rye Grass. The trial was sprayed on 25th May 2020 and demonstrates the selectivity of the newly registered use of Paradigm Arylex active over ryegrass pastures as well as ForageMax Arylex active crop selectivity at different rates and with different mixes as outlined in the spray protocol.View now
The Halbury site was established in the early 1990s’, the first of its kind in South Australia, and has run successfully ever since to develop new crop protection products for use primarily in the southern broadacre markets. Research at Halbury over the last 22 years has contributed to the development of Broadstrike, Conclude®, Crusader®, Verdict® 520, Gallery®, X-Pand®, Goal®, Indar®, Lontrel® Advanced, Torpedo®, Transform® Isoclast® active, our suite of Arylex® active products and Uptake® Spraying Oil
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.
This trial sets out to demonstrate what the components of each active ingredient bring to the overall weed control of the formulated products. It shows the importance of using multiple modes of action to combat difficult weeds and to broaden the weed control spectrum of individual products.View now
For farmers growing winter cereal crops who are facing multiple resistant and/or multiple germinations of wild radish and other brassica weeds, Gallery® 750 Dry Flowable Herbicide used prior to crop/weed emergence or very early post emergence will provide extended residual control of these troublesome weeds.View now