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win against crop weeds


  1. Act now!
  2. Capture weed seeds at harvest
  3. Rotate crops & herbicide modes of action
  4. Test for resistance
  5. Never cut the rate
  6. Don’t go for glyphosate automatically
  7. Carefully manage spray events
  8. Clean seeds, paddocks & borders
  9. User double-knock technique
  10. Employ crop competitiveness


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Discover the wealth of resource that we offer to make your life easier and to reduce weed.


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latest on farm strategy


Learn from industry leaders in the comfort of your own home, on your phone or even out in the field.

Catch up on our webinar with Rick Llewellyn

Webinar: What can we expect from the soon to be released Brome RIM?

AHRI’s Peter Newman asks CSIRO’s Farming Systems Scientist Rick Llewellyn the tough questions on how a new tool can help farmers and advisers identify the most cost-effective weed management practices and strategies for Brome grass over multiple seasons.

WeedSmart Podcast

In Part 2 of our WeedSmart Week coverage, hear from Day 2 of the Farm Visits, featuring Stephen Hatty (@stephen_hatty); Ben Cruikshank (@ganmain) and Dan Fox (@dfox05). We also hear from attendees on the day including Di Holding. A variety of farming systems are explained, with tactics like the use of stripper fronts; chaff lining; chaff decks; disc + tyne seeding discussed.

WeedSmart Week in Wagga

WeedSmart Week Wagga Wagga was a great success. Thank you to the stakeholders, organisers, presenters and everyone who helped pull the event together.

We recorded many of the presentations and you can watch them by clicking through if you missed attending. We'll have lots of podcasts, articles and more coming out over the coming weeks as well, so keep an eye out!

New Diversity Era Course - Harvest Weed Seed Control 101

This is our second online course, this time covering the science of harvest weed control; the nutrient implications; and the costs of all the different tools.

We'll run through all of the six different harvest weed control tools too, talking about the pros and cons and about where they fit in the farming system!

If you're a grower or an agronomist and you'd like to find out more about these tools, take a look at this course.

Harvest Weed Seed Control 101
Monsanto Herbicide Resistance Testing Program

Monsanto says survey data collected from over 200 growers and consultants across cotton growing regions shows that the majority are managing herbicide resistant weeds on-farm. If you'd like to be part of their herbicide resistance testing program, you can sign up below. This program is available to all farmers who have grown Roundup Ready® Flex cotton in the previous 3 seasons.

Australian Glyphosate Sustainability Working Group

The Australian Glyphosate Sustainability Working Group is a collaborative initiative involving research, industry and extension representatives with the purpose of promoting the sustainable use of the herbicide glyphosate in Australian agriculture.


Answer five questions relating to the farming system on a specific paddock at any given property.

Our app will rate your chances of herbicide resistance assessing how effectively you are managing your weed seed bank.

Diversity Era

Herbicide Resistance 101 with Stephen Powles