This fact sheet outlines CottonInfo - who we are, what we do, and how you can contact us.
Northern Australia cotton growers (NT, Nth Qld, WA) are encouraged to monitor and report any unusual symptoms in their crops, following the recent confirmation of grey mildew disease, caused by the fungal pathogen Ramulariopsis sp.
Verticillium wilt is caused by the soil-borne fungal pathogen Vertillicum dahliae. The pathogen has a large range of hosts and is easily spread through soil and machinery. A strong integrated disease management (IDM) strategy is crucial for managing for Verticillium wilt.
An integrated weed management system relies on a large number of interrelated, complementary components including both chemical and non-chemical
tactics as well as cultural practices such as rotation, crop competition, farm hygiene, and crop scouting.
In this fact sheet, we look at a particular type of enhanced efficiency fertiliser (EEF): urease inhibitor, and how it may help improve your return on fertiliser investment.
This fact sheet introduces the CottonInfo team for new cotton growers.
This fact sheet can be printed for new farm staff and provides QR code links to basic information on irrigation management as a quick reference.
During the 2020/21 season, QDAF and the NSW DPI entomology teams undertook insect sampling for the purpose of resistance testing. This fact sheet provides a summary of the results.
Black root rot (BRR) occurs in all cotton growing regions however the regions that experience cooler planting temperatures show higher incidence and severity of the disease.
This fact sheet provides tips and information on cleaning and decontaminating spray equipment, especially ground rigs.
This document provides a template Biosecurity Management Plan for growers in broadacre industries.
Under state and territory legislation, biosecurity is a shared responsibility. This means that all farm visitors are responsible for managing biosecurity risks. This fact sheet outlines top tips to ensure biosecurity for researchers, extension officers and farm visitors.