AFREN case study – blackleg lower EP

AFREN case study – blackleg lower EP

While lower Eyre Peninsula canola growers have gained new fungicides for the control of blackleg, simply replacing DMIs with repeated or high frequency use of SDHIs could encourage new resistant strains of the pathogen. Local growers and agronomists will be able to...
AFREN case study – net form net blotch

AFREN case study – net form net blotch

“A combined effort by all growers to rotate between fungicides is needed to ensure their longevity and we will need to reduce the intensity of barley rotation. We need to think beyond what we’re doing in one season.” Sam Holmes, Central Ag Solutions Common...
AFREN case study – septoria tritici blotch

AFREN case study – septoria tritici blotch

“STB infection is almost unavoidable in Tasmania’s cool, wet growing conditions. However, Tasmanian growers have learned to use all their agronomic options to reduce their reliance on chemical controls.” Nick Poole, FAR Australia Tasmanian growers slow the loss of...