RESEARCH carried out by Peracto, has revealed promising results for technology previously only available in the US.
It found treatment with zinc ammonium acetate and Inositol technology led to large yield increases.
Mike Hauk from Landmark said the products worked well together because one focused on the soil and the other on the plant.
App for APVMA
THE Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority has released an iPhone app that offers information on agricultural and veterinary chemicals.
The product name, registering company, active constituents and product category for all agricultural and veterinary chemicals registered in Australia will be available.
The application is available from iTunes.
APRICOTS, mulberries and honey have hit the shelves.
After seasons of poor yields, this year looks good for apricots. Honey got off to a late start, but is now in full production.
THE year's last AgNext function will be held tonight.
The Victorian Farmers Federation's Young Agribusiness Professionals, along with Rimfire Resources, will sponsor the seminar on agricultural careers as part of its Gen F campaign.
It is in the VFF board room, 24 Collins St, Melbourne, at 6pm. Guests will hear from two agribusiness professionals and will have the opportunity to network with industry stakeholders.
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