Cropping - Elders Rural Services

Make hay while the sun shines – how to maximise fodder yield now

As Australia’s eastern states continue to experience some of the toughest drought conditions on record, and with temperatures forecasted to soar over the next six…

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Dry sowing canola

A dry, rainless April has left many with no choice but to dry sow in order to have all crops sown on time. This has…

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A review of BASF Sharpen for knocking down broadleaf weeds this season

Agronomist: Mick Marchant – Elders Young Product: BASF Sharpen Crop Situation: Knockdown Weeds controlled:  Wireweed Fleabane Milkthistle Melons Ryegrass Brew: 1L/100L            Hasten 1.8L/ha            …

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Weed control the most important spray operation in relation to yield outcomes

Andrew (Jack) Daniel, Elders Technical Services Manager in Warracknabeal, began using FMC Hammer when it was commercially available in early 2000. After trialing the product,…

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Let’s Talk Nitrogen application with Charlie Walker

Seasons come in many shapes and sizes and can vary significantly from one year to the next. One common denominator from year to year is…

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Insect protection a top priority for emerging pasture this season

Alan Strachan, backed by his agronomist, Rob Harrod of Albury, is placing his confidence in Pyrinex Super for insect protection this pre-emergent season, after seeing…

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Five questions to help make every spray count

Through their Target 100 program, Sinochem are helping to equip growers with the information needed to achieve better outcomes in the field. In conjunction with…

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Elders reward clients through AgriClime

After success last season, Elders Esperance, WA is encouraging their eligible clients to sign up to Syngenta’s cash-back program, AgriClime, which is designed to help…

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Successful trials lead to overseas opportunities for Albury’s Desi Toohey

Elders Albury’s Chris (Desi) Toohey is soon to embark on an international study tour as a result of his extension work trialling new herbicides. Hosted…

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Nitrogen strip testing beneficial to crop management

Elders agronomist Brian Lynch is touting the benefits of nitrogen strip testing as part of an integrated approach to crop management, naming high yield and…

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Elders keeping watch on Russian wheat aphid

Elders agronomists are keeping a keen eye on cereal crops for Russian wheat aphid (RWA) this season, following the first known outbreaks in South Australia’s…

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Let’s Talk: Bioforge with David Cavallaro

Stress events such as herbicide drift and extreme weather can throw a plant’s hormones out of balance, stopping root growth and increasing the production of…

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