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Chickpea vs annual ryegrass – shaking off the handicap

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Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative (AHRI)

Chickpea vs annual ryegrass – shaking off the handicap

Chickpeas are short and annual ryegrass takes advantage! At 5’2″, Jonte Hall is pretty short by everyday standards, let alone by Harlem Globetrotter standards. Nicknamed ‘Too Tall’, recently-retired guard Jonte is the smallest player to wear the Globetrotter’s jersey since the team was founded in 1926. Globetrotter veteran Herbert ‘Flight Time’ Lang, a more conventional-sized 6-foot-3 forward, is quoted as saying: “Too Tall is proof that if you stay focused, act positive and take advantage of opportunities, good things can happen.” So, how can chickpea play to its strengths & win?

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Mungbeans, you will never guess which row spacing is best!

If you have ever tried to use a Philips head screwdriver on a slotted head screw, or hammer in a nail with the back of a spanner, you know how important it is to have the right tool for the job. Mungbeans are often sown with a planter on 1m row spacing that was designed for cotton, maize or sorghum because this is what the grower has and it is hard to have a different planter for every crop. But is it the right tool for the job? We have previously reported on the benefits of narrow row spacing of…

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