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Pacific Seeds continues to work with leading Australian researchers to better understand weed and pest control in canola and wheat production. Through this research, Pacific Seeds will provide wheat and canola growers with cropping solutions that can increase $/ha profitability on-farm.

The 6 core functional areas being investigated are: Integrated Weed Management, Integrated Pest Management, Allelopathy, Crop Suppression, Integrated Herbicide Technologies, and Plant Breeding Enhancement.

Pacific Seeds has one of the most experienced teams of canola agronomists who provide recommendations for 1000's of growers and advisors across Australia. Our areas of canola technical expertise include:

Planting seed quality, seed testing, planting rates and calculations, crop rotations, seed treatments, retained seed, canola physiology, nutrition, fertilisers, insecticides, herbicides, fungicides, diseases, insects, herbicide technology, integrated weed management, canola performance results, factors affecting grain and oil quantity and quality, industry related agronomic research.
Pacific Seeds IWM and Crop Suppression trials have highlighted promising alternative practices, including the use of high vigour hybrid canola varieties which could help growers manage clethodim resistant annual ryegrass in canola crops.

They have shown that switching from an open pollinated canola variety to a hybrid can reduce annual ryegrass seed set by 50 per cent, and that herbicide-tolerant canola varieties offer additional options for control.

Annual ryegrass resistance to the herbicide clethodim has been increasing across many winter cropping areas in Australia in recent years. Industry research showed hybrid and high vigour canola varieties offered a simple opportunity to reduce annual ryegrass seed set by providing extra competition against the weed during the growing season.

Pacific Seeds continues to develop new canola hybrid technologies adapted for Australia's variable climatic environments and with built-in herbicide tolerances to provide growers with as much choice as possible in their IWM programs.