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New insecticide is the preferred weapon against chewing pests

It has taken little time for a new insecticide to become a preferred rotational partner against chewing pests in brassica as well as leafy and…

Horticulture, Seasons

Getting the most out of your crop stubble

At this point in 2021, many cereal crops are looking the best they have for the last few years. Once the headers leave the paddock…

Animal Health, Seasons

Buffalo flies ramp up

Buffalo flies (Haematobia irritans exigua) increase with rising soil temperatures and frequent rainfall, stimulating young adult flies to emerge from their pupal stage in the…

Animal Health, Seasons

The ultimate adjuvant for your summer spray program

SST’s Companion has been used by farmers for nearly 25 years and it has truly stood the test of time for performance, reliability, quality and…

Cropping, Seasons

Sivanto® prime – tough on horticultural pests, but safe for beneficial species

The Australian fruit and vegetable industry is set to benefit from stronger and more sustainable pest control, with the launch of Sivanto® prime, a new…

Cropping, Seasons

New fungicide delivers flexible control of key almond diseases

Orchardists can now manage all key almond diseases while being better able to adjust fungicide programs to their needs, thanks to the registration of Seguris®…

Cropping, Seasons

Insights into farmland values

Where does it end? Are we at the top? Can it keep going like this? These are the questions that we are getting asked over…

Real Estate, Seasons

Cropping market – November update

At a glance Australian grain prices are currently below equivalent international prices, Clear Grain Exchange explain the implications for the 2021-22 season. Exceptional canola yields…

Cropping

Bidders, Winners and Records – November stud stock update

With widespread rain across most of eastern Australia hinting at better seasons ahead, stud sale prices continue to climb as buyers invest for 2022. We…

Cattle, Livestock, Sheep

Elders partner with SWAN Systems to deliver all-in-one monitoring

As irrigation becomes front of mind for in many parts of the country, it’s a timely reminder of the importance of technology for managing soil…

Tech Services

Water trading – November update

The Elders Weather rainfall outlook suggests multiple cold fronts with the potential to bring widespread rain over southern and eastern Australia will start 23 to…

Water trading

24-hour reporting helps pin-point optimum time to spray broadleaf crops for grubs

Innovative grub monitoring system Trapview by ADAMA  is helping growers and agronomists throughout South Australia and Victoria to understand the optimum window of opportunity to…

Agronomy, Cropping