Pacific Seeds is reminding growers to make sure they get their retained planting seed tested for germination and vigour prior to planting.
With recent rain and a shortage of feed after a hot and dry summer, grazing oats is the perfect option to fill the feed gap.
The Roundup Ready (RR) canola has delivered a $105 per hectare benefit over open pollinated triazine tolerant (OP TT) canola in a recent trial.
TruFlex offers canola growers a wider weed spraying window, extending beyond the current six-leaf stage up to first flowering.
New wheat variety Havoc delivered amazing results to Mingenew farmer Paul Kelly during a 2018 on-farm trial.
The new wheat variety Havoc will make a substantial jump in hectares at Allan Griffith’s Carnamah farm this season.
Victoria Hill grower Ted Shooter trialled the ground-breaking new grain sorghum herbicide tolerance technology ‘igrowth’ from Pacific Seeds.
For McNaulty Brothers, a wheat variety’s hardiness is just as valuable as its yield, protein, maturity and disease resistance.
Loughnan said with three different soil types – Waco, black clay and lighter soil ‚Äì he never sowed his paddocks to just one variety of sorghum or cotton.