Important Update: Some early canola crops showing significant Diamondback moth larvae damage. Classic leaf “window” feeding damage, 5-10 mm pale green cigar shaped caterpillar on underside of leaf. Grub suspends itself on silken thread and wriggles violently when disturbed. Populations often SP, synthetic pyrethroid, tolerant. Please call 98311022 with more info.
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Early Rains As highlighted in the following article, WA farmers face hardest worm control in decade , due to the early onset of the 2016 rains, the sheep worm life cycle has started prematurly. The temperature is not yet low enough to stop the worm life cycle thus the sheep industry could be looking at the […]
Slug Issues There is some concern that slugs will be as prevalent as last year, as populations have built up over last year. In addition there has been potential, with abundant summer rain, to give the slugs an early start to the season. This gives time for extra generations, as well as more green bridge […]
Racewell Sheep Handlers Are In Stock At Kojonup Agricultural Supplies Kojonup Agricultural Supplies are the exclusive agent for TePari animal handling equipment in Western Australia. Te Pari are a global market leader in safe, efficient and seamless livestock handling solutions. Click here for more information about Te pari products, solutions and their partnership with Kojonup Agricultural […]
Te Pari is a global market leader in safe, efficient and seamless livestock handling solutions backed with trustworthy customer support. Kojonup Agricultural Supplies has been appointed by Te Pari as their exclusive agent in Western Australia to promote, service & sell their complete livestock handling solutions, including their Racewell Handlers. Te Pari understands how tough it is […]