Future of Farming

At Yenda Prods, we pride ourselves on keeping up-to-date with the latest research and industry news. Our team are always looking at ways to grow and innovate, through trials, training, professional development and more. Check out the latest in research, trials and staff achievements.

Animal Production Update

With most people having lambs on the ground it is time to think about weaning lambs, and the importance of making sure lambs are set up for weaning and ewes are being prepared for joining. PREPARATION FOR WEANING Small increases in weaning weight will make a profound...

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Imazapyr Export Market Recommendations

We would like to make sure that all of our growers are aware of the current restrictions on selling barley that has been sprayed with Imazapyr. Imazapyr is one of the active ingredients present in Intervix® by BASF and Intercept® by Nufarm, both registered for use on...

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Grain News – June 2019

With some recent rainfall and the planting window coming to a close, it would be fair to say most growers are positive about the turnaround in sowing conditions and prices. Compared to our Northern NSW peers, our crops are quite well established with 90% in the ground...

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Be AgSkilled

AgSkilled is a training program funded by the NSW Government with industry partners Cotton Australia and Grains Research & Development Corporation. It provides the cotton and grains industries with vocational training funding to increase the skills levels of...

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Horticulture News – June 2019

Pre-emergent herbicides can be used prior to the commencement of the new Horticultural growing season, to reduce summer weed pressure. With summer weeds such as Fleabane becoming more difficult to control…

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Nut News – June 2019

With a few days of cold wet weather during May, the almond and walnut trees are finally starting to defoliate.
Some younger trees still have a full canopy of green leaves.

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Dryland Agronomy Update – June 2019

Some dryland farming areas have been very fortunate to be under very handy rainfall to begin the season. Unfortunately, other district’s rainfall has not been so kind. Some dryland farming areas have been very fortunate to be under very handy rainfall to begin the...

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Hand Pruning Demonstration for Locals

Hand pruning demonstration for local growers On Thursday 7 June, local prune growers were invited to attend a hand pruning session held at Paul Carver's farm in Yenda. Several growers stepped forward; demonstrating and explaining techniques used on their own...

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