- Tailoring weed solutions
- Controlling forage brassica pests
- Conserving summer rain and soil nitrogen
- Preparing for your spring/summer cropping program
- Season-long flystrike protection
- New 3 way broadleaf weed control
- Wider IPM benefits in horticulture
- Maximise your canola yield with new chemistry
- Getting the best out of your grass weed herbicide
- Broadleaf weed control
- Maximise your yield potential
- Aphid control in horticulture
- Getting crops into the ground faster
- Increase knockdown effect on Annual Ryegrass
- Management of sucking pests
- Effective disease control and resistance management
- Broadleaf weed management
- Insecticide resistance in Australian Diamondback Moth
- Conserving summer rain and soil nutrients
- Advancements in adjuvant technology
- Improve the calving pattern to improve your bottom line
- Step ahead in your drench program with Sequel®
- Extinosad® Dead fast, dead easy
- Avenge® kills lice and protects against re-infestation
- The emerging cattle drench resistance problem
- eNtranch™ nitrogen stabiliser
- Successfully controlling Diamondback Moth (DBM) in canola
- In-crop double knock a winner on bifora
- Clearfield® Production System revolutionises weed control options
- Issues about adjuvant quality
- Increase yields with inoculants
- Phosphorus mobilising bacteria
- Seed treatments – a changing ball game
- New products provide pre-emergent control options
- Post emergent weed control
CRT’s 240-strong national agronomy team provides technical expertise and a wide range of on-farm services to support cropping, horticulture and viticulture producers.
Their experience and access to the latest research and technology is helping producers across the country to improve their soil condition, crop quality, productivity and yield.
They can also help with seed selection, weed management, water and irrigation solutions and land management.
Our agronomists are regularly involved in trial sites in their regions to determine which crops and farming practices are best suited to local conditions. The results from these trials have been key to helping local producers make the right choices in order to maximise their efforts and return on their farm inputs.
Contact your local CRT agronomist for advice on ways to increase your farm’s potential.