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Hard to control fallow weeds: residual herbicides, new herbicide tolerance traits & what role they can play.

Learn more in this Fact Sheet developed by CottonInfo's Technical Lead for Weeds, Eric Koetz.

Pre-emergent (residual) herbicides are becoming increasingly important in weed control strategies in southern NSW.

This fact sheet highlights the factors to consider when planning a pre-emergent herbicide program, specifically in the southern NSW context.

One key method to improve fertiliser recovery and reduce losses is using Enhanced Efficiency Fertilisers (EEF). EEFs contain a physical or chemical barrier that delays the release of nutrients into the surrounding environment.

Pre-emergent (residual) herbicides are becoming increasingly important in weed control strategies in Central Queensland.

Ramularia leaf spot (RLS; grey mildew) in tropical cotton is a foliar disorder caused by Ramulariopsis sp.

Rapid population growth of silverleaf whitefly (SLW) can occur from mid season onwards, particularly when natural enemies have been disrupted by insecticides.

This fact sheet developed for CottonInfo by Ag Econ offers insights into how yield maps can be used to improve enterprise profitability.

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Gross Margin risk analysis: Water Use Efficiency.

Cavitoma is a rare phenomenon which is not experienced often locally, however there have been several incidents reported in Australian cotton growing valleys in 2023.

Gross Margin risk analysis: nitrogen prices and NFUE

While there is little that can be done about the cost of nitrogen, growers can still manage their N input costs by looking at their nitrogen fertiliser use efficiency (NFUE).

Seed cotton that is delivered to the gin contains three main components: fibre, seed, and trash. One of the major tasks of the gin is to separate the fibre from the seed and remove trash.