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.
Controlling summer weeds is the largest single contributor to improving the water use efficiency of cropping systems across southern Australia. A study by GRDC found an average of $5 return on every dollar invested into summer weed control.
The Irrigation Research & Extension Committee (IREC) has announced their involvement in an exciting new project: Area-wide Management of Weeds. For those interested in finding out more, there are various events coming up in and around the region.
Yenda Producers recently featured in an AgWorld case study about improving efficiency through digitisation of agronomy practices.
The Australian Prune Industry Association (APIA) AGM and Annual Conference was held on Tuesday 15 October at the Zecca Restaurant, Griffith.
Aussie prune growers’ ability to control weeds was boosted last week with an in-depth workshop on the application of Group L herbicides – Gramoxone and Sprayseed – in orchards.
The latest horticulture update from Yenda Producers. Looking at the prolonged heatwave, citrus gall wasp, light-brown apple moths and herbicide resistance.
Launched by the Federal Government, The Business Energy Advice Program (BEAP) allows small businesses to get specialised advice from consultants about energy efficiencies as well as available grant and rebate information. We are encouraging our members to review their energy expenses to see where they might be able to save money through lower bills, rebates or grants.
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...
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...
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...