Khaki Weed (alternanthera pungens) is a creeping herb with a perennial woody taproot and annual above-ground growth. Prostrate stems are reddish with soft, silky hairs.
For some South Australian growers, the risk of head loss in barley outweighs the potential returns of including it in a rotation.Now, a three-year trial
After extensive consultation with its members, Grain Producers SA (GPSA) is standing firm on its position to oppose an alarming reduction to the measurement of
. A decision to continue current adopted practice under the Grain Harvest Code for the coming harvest has been welcomed by growers as a commonsense
A pilot project at a grain producer’s farm on lower Eyre Peninsula is paving the way for future connectivity through a collaboration between Grain Producers