ANNUAL ryegrass is the biggest single burden for the Richardson family’s Gnowangerup cropping enterprise, making controlling it a big priority. In recent seasons they have adopted a new herbicide, Factor, into the program and it has given them the upper hand in controlling annual ryegrass. Ross and Kathy Richardson ... read more
A LEGUME rotation combined with a robust herbicide have done an exceptional job of “cleaning up’’ problem paddocks for Berrigan farmer Andrew Hawkins. Andrew farms on just over 2000 hectares at Berrigan in southern New South Wales, where he operates a mixed irrigation enterprise. He runs Merino and first cross ... read more
CROP safety is paramount for South Australian grower Dane Sommerville, so it’s a factor that weighs heavily when selecting herbicides. Dane, his wife Natalie and their two children, Jessica and Mitchell, run a cropping and livestock enterprise over 2227 hectares at Spalding, north of the Clare Valley. Their cropping program ... read more
HERBICIDE resistance is a major consideration in the weed management program run by Parkes-based farm manager Matthew Burkitt. Matthew manages a 3700-hectare cropping program on a property owned by Northparkes Mines in Central West New South Wales. The company’s farming properties operate alongside privately owned farms surrounding the mining lease ... read more
CEREAL crops in parts of South Australia’s Murraylands region were given a lifeline last season, with the aid of a new insecticide from Dow AgroSciences. Platinum Ag Services Agronomist Steve Hein, Murraylands, said due to the conditions in the area last season, a number of growers found themselves in “dire ... read more
THERE’S been an increase in the number of WA growers looking to a new insecticide to help combat a range of pests impacting broadacre crops and pastures. Last season’s inaugural performance of Cobalt Advanced, by Dow AgroSciences, in a relatively small pocket of the State’s wheatbelt has resulted in more ... read more
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Congratulations to Gordon Barry & Co’s CRT recent success at the Gunnedah Chamber of Commerce Staff Excellence Awards.
Two staff members made it to the finals, with Tony King taking out the category . Toni won the Leadership categroy and Phil Barber was a finalist in the Above & Beyond Category. Well done to Toni and Phil, and to Graham and Rebecca (owners) on such a tremendous effort!
THE old saying, ‘you get what you pay for’, certainly rings true for cattle farmer Darryl Johnston, particularly when it comes to controlling woody weeds. Darryl, a fifth generation cattle producer, farms with his brother, Scott, and their father, Darryl, at Gloucester and Wherrol Flat, near Wingham in New South ... read more