Blog — PulseCheck–Coastal

Soybeans, reduced tillage and mill by-products

September 09, 2019
Alan Munro is a cane and soybean grower at Woodford Island at Harwood in NSW. He has been a long-term user of mill mud at his farm and hosted trials that looked at whether compost and mill by-products impact on yield and nematode populations.

Nitrogen management in legume crops

August 30, 2019
Maximising nitrogen fixation in your crop DAF Principal Soil Microbiologist Nikki Seymour (C&FS) presented the information below to growers, industry staff and resellers in the Burdekin, Herbert and Mackay regions. With the planting window for a number of legume crops fast approaching, around 100 people attended the three events with overall positive feedback received from all those who attended. The sessions focused on best management practice to ensure that the legumes develop sufficient nodules to create their own nitrogen source. Survey data indicated up to 40% change in knowledge in corr...

MRL essentials for pulses

July 08, 2019
Maximum residue levels (MRL) and withholding periods are essential safeguards for human health and international trade. We can't afford to ignore these regulations.

2018-19 soybean black soil Casino

June 10, 2019
The North Coast of NSW has experienced a very dry summer, with only a small percentage of the usual summer crop sown. Check out this crop of 791 planted on 25 November 2018.