CropCast Episode 14 November 2020


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On this episode Market Development Agronomists Craig White and Matt Willis talk about late season results in trial work currently underway with 145 broadacre trials in over 80 locations around Australia. Craig and Matt talk about pre-emergent herbicide activity/behaviour and how this relates to final weed control, with differences in the amount of seed heads (Panicles) showing between treatments. Sakura® (850WG granule) and NEW Sakura® Flow (480SC liquid) are available for growers right now, to help manage grass weeds in wheat and pulse crops. With near a decade of reliable field performance with up to 12 weeks residual grassweed control, Sakura herbicide is now available in 2 formulations, and four convenient pack sizes including the very popular 100 hectare pack (Sakura WG) and a new 50 hectare Sakura Flow (liquid) pack. This allows for great flexibility at the boom spray and performance in the paddock. Matt and Craig introduce Mateno® Complete herbicide. This herbicide is currently under development by Bayer for grass and broadleaf weed control in wheat and barley, with flexible IBS or EPE application timings. Field experience in 2020 and results are very promising. At the time of publication of this podcast, Mateno Complete is not a registered product. An application for Registration has been submitted. WEED RESISTANCE – special guest Interview with Drs. John Broster and Peter Boutsalis Why is weed testing important? How do you do it? What did Peter and John find with recent testing? Plant Science Consulting Graham Centre (CSU) Herbicide Resistance: Bayer has a dedicated Weed Control website with useful tools and information for managing weeds on your farm. Matt explains how TagTeam® legume inoculant ( performed in terms of handling, application to grain and in the field and the factors that affect legume inoculation, rhizobium survival and success. And there is an interesting piece about the now closed micro-nation - “Principality of Hutt River” in Western Australia. The Bureau of Meteorology have upgraded their mobile app “BOM” with a really easy to use interface. Worth a look if you are interested in the weather. TWITTER CONTACTS Craig White (WA) Matt Willis (WA) Richard Jackman (Qld,NNSW) Tim Murphy (SA) Ian McMaster (Vic) Gus MacLennan NSW) Users of products must read the label attached to the product before use. Labels and Safety Data Sheets are available at Bayer Crop Science: (NOTE: Since recording this podcast, Bayer staff are adhering to physical distancing, hygiene and other directives and procedures in relation to COVID-19. Our number one priority is the safety and well-being of our customers, our employees, business partners and the communities in which we live and work. Bayer representatives are currently limiting their travel as per government and company guidelines. The Bayer Crop Science team are still available and keen to discuss agriculture and food production with you anytime. We will be looking at further ways that Bayer staff can continue to connect with the industry during the coming months.)

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