Pests, 11 Aug 2021
Grain growers in Victoria’s Mallee region are being urged to check for signs of mouse activity and crop damage and apply bait where necessary to help drive down numbers before spring.
Pests, 09 Aug 2021
NSW and Queensland grain growers are being urged to check for signs of mouse activity and crop damage to determine the need for on-going baiting applications this winter.
Pests, 30 Jul 2021
WA growers are being urged to walk paddocks to check for mouse activity and crop damage to determine whether they need to start baiting programs this season.
Pests, 25 Jul 2021
Serpentine leafminers are a serious threat to crops that rely on the visual appearance of their foliage for market acceptance and can significantly impact yields for crops like potatoes, but are they a threat to grain crops?
Pests, 24 Jul 2021
Researchers are racing to build their knowledge of Russian wheat aphid in southern Australia’s winter cropping cycle. GRDC investment has allowed a team from Cesar Australia and the South Australian Research and Development Institute to assess the behaviour and damage potential of RWA in southern Australia.
Pests, 15 Jul 2021
Faba beans faced a severe viral epidemic last year with the early arrival of aphids, pressing researchers to further explore control options
Pests, 25 Jun 2021
An increase in resistance to one key insecticide used to control Helicoverpa has been recorded in central western New South Wales.
Pests, 11 Jun 2021
Diamondback moth in WA canola shows reduced sensitivity to a range of insecticide groups, including yet to be registered group 28 products.
Pests, 11 May 2021
An increase in bait mixing concentration was expected to be well received by industry, especially as many growers were currently battling high mouse numbers ahead of winter crop planting.
Pests, 26 Mar 2021
With concern about mice across the country, experts warn that residual food must be minimised to enhance exposure to bait and reduce population build-up