As has been mentioned in previous blogs it is extremely important to know the infestation level of worms and their drench resistance status before you start drenching. This is firstly because you may not need to drench and secondly because you want use the most effective drench as possible. Ultimately the testing will save both time and […]
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Spray topping in pastures is an economical tool which can not only utilize and improve the feed value of pasture but decrease seed set in cropping paddock the following year. The benefits of correct chemical selection and application timing include: Less disease carry over into next years crop – particularly cereals Better control on resistant rye grass […]