A recent webinar by Soil Wealth ICP, Applied Horticultural Research and the University of New England looked at how Integrated Weed Management strategies can benefit vegetable growers.
This event is a great way to learn about the new technologies and practices that are shaping modern agriculture and helping growers maximise productivity.
To avoid reinforcing continued reliance on fumigants like metham sodium, the Soil Wealth team has put together a fact sheet on potential alternative approaches.
Winter cover crops can help your soil management, control pests and diseases and protect your soil from wind and water erosion.
Click through to the new website for these projects, which includes improved searching facilities so you can find the information you need more easily.
Adjuvants are additives that modify a chemical’s action. This fact sheet provides insights into how to choose one that suits your crop protection needs.
These resources cover a huge range of topics helping growers and other industry members with crop management, pest management and soil nutrition.
These valuable industry projects are entering the next phase of their delivery to respond to increasing demands on growers.
The Schreurs and the Soil Wealth and ICP team trialled Caliente Mustard, rye corn and sorghum as summer cover crops to act as soil conditioners.
A new case study presents lessons from cover crop and IPM trials at the Eastbrook Vegetable Farms demonstration site in Mt Barker, SA.