February 15, 2021

World first: glyphosate resistant capeweed

We’re blowing up our most valuable herbicides on the least productive part of the farm.

Fencelines, roadsides, drainage areas, etc.

AHRI researchers, Dr Yaseen Khalil and Dr Mike Ashworth and others have confirmed the world’s most recent addition to the growing list of glyphosate resistant weeds: capeweed.

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March 28, 2018

Wild radish random AHRI survey of Western Australia

The most recent AHRI random resistance survey by researcher Mechelle Owen reflects exactly these observations. The survey visited 500 fields in 2015 and found only 65 wild radish populations in crop compared to 96 in the previous survey in 2010. There were fewer populations of wild radish found in the crop in the north, and more populations found throughout the rest of the state. As you may expect, herbicide resistance levels in wild radish have generally increased a little between the 2010 and 2015 surveys. Click through to read more.

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September 26, 2017

When does a seed become a seed?

When does a fracas become a melee? When does a cake become a soufflé? When does a wild radish seed become a viable seed, after which…

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