Soil moisture agent surprises in trials

October 1 2021 - 4:00pm
The Mount Walker canola crop earlier this season, applied with (left) and without (right) SE14.
The Mount Walker canola crop earlier this season, applied with (left) and without (right) SE14.

IN a higher rainfall season, some may consider use of a soil moisture agent at seeding to be less effective, however trials are continuing to show crop establishment and, in turn, weed control benefits, both of which are key early cropping goals for growers.

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