Items filtered by date: July 2019
GRAIN and livestock producers can hear from an international biotechnology expert while also receiving an update on the latest in agri-politics and agtech at the third annual Growing SA Conference in August.
THE Grains Research and Development Corporation’s Grain Storage Extension Project team has developed a set of guidelines to help growers adhere to fumigation best practice.
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RECENT rain in South Australia means foliar diseases such as septoria tritici blotch have the potential of striking wheat crops early this season.
LANDHOLDERS are being encouraged to manage fox baiting with their neighbours and register for the coordinated baiting program this spring.
GRAIN growers are being asked whether they have noticed a chemical control failure or suspect insecticide resistance in redlegged earth mites.
AN updated guide to help producers, agents, buyers and transporters decide if an animal is fit to be loaded for transport by road or rail has been released by Meat & Livestock Australia.
REVISED plans to change the roads at Port Wakefield should be an improvement over the previous idea of simply creating dual lanes through the town and an overpass at Crash Corner.
I RECAPPED season three of Stranger Things a fortnight ago but one aspect of the show was too complex to include in that write-up. So, indulge me if you will as I put on my tin-foil hat and dig deep into the Upside Down to answer the burning question from the Stranger Things 3 finale: Is Jim Hopper alive or dead?
ON the contrary Michael Ford (YPCT Your View 16-7-19) and Rob Tonkin (YPCT Your View 23-7-19), it was indeed “Yorke’s Peninsula”!