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It's planting time and diseases are waiting to attack
With spring planting approaching, it is important that growers are aware of the soil-borne diseases that could affect their overall crop performance. The two diseases that could have the most impact are pineapple sett rot ...
A healthy crop starts with clean seed
One of the cornerstones of producing a high-yielding sugarcane crop is the use of approved clean seed or its progeny.
Southern Region Group working together to drive productivity
The Southern Region Group was formed to bring together stakeholders to drive productivity improvements, and has so far focussed on the key issues of optimising harvesting efficiency and improving production on marginal soils
Changes to Biosecurity Act and Legislation within the Queensland sugarcane industry
Changes to biosecurity legislation in Queensland have implications for the current sugarcane quarantine areas and the movement of sugarcane.
Beware of diseases that have an effect on plant emergence
With the new planting season approaching, it is important that growers know about the soil-borne diseases that could affect the emergence of planted crops.
Changes to biosecurity within the Queensland sugarcane industry
The sugar industry has a long history of working with governments to prevent the spread of serious pests and diseases, and to manage incursions or outbreaks.