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Mice Management, treatment, and support

10 June, 2021

NSW is currently experiencing high mouse numbers in cropping regions. Monitoring, detection and integrated management across farm are crucial for reducing the risk of mouse impacts. Reducing access to and covering food, together with baiting with zinc phosphide, can control local mice populations. ..

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Leading online technology brings new experiences

10 June, 2021

ChemCert is excited to partner with the Extended Reality Collaborative (XRC) as part of a joint project with Charles Sturt University (CSU) to bring new and engaging technology to students.
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Pathway to UAV Application

10 June, 2021

Drones (also known as unmanned aerial vehicles - UAV, remotely piloted aircraft systems - RPAS) have been entering the spotlight over the last 5 years. Multirotor UAV systems in particular have been adopted by some farmers and contractors due to some proven capabilities in specific situations.  ..

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Australia - Worlds Food Bowl or a Niche Contributor

17 February, 2021

Thomas Malthus, an English economist and demographer, in 1798, proposed a theory that population growth will always tend to outrun the food supply and hence population growth needed to be controlled to prevent dire consequences. ..

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Managing Weeds Along Roadsides

2 February, 2021

Australia has over 874,000 km of roads which translates to 1.75 million km of roadsides with vegetation that must be managed. Roadsides can be a harbour for important weeds and a potential avenue for their spread. ..

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The Rise of the Fall Armyworm

15 January, 2021

Fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) has recently been found across northern Australia with the most recent detection a moth in Geraldton, Western Australia.  ..

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ChemCert Holiday Closing Times

27 November, 2020

ChemCert wishes you a great holiday season and a New Year filled with happiness and success! ..

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Controlling Weeds in Vineyards

4 September, 2020

Australian wine is well known for its quality and reliability and the Australian wine industry are world leaders in innovation and quality control. The maintenance of its reputation increases pressure on the vineyard managers to stay well within the allowed limits for the use of pesticides. ..

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Beirut and The Hazards of Storing Ammonium Nitrate

3 September, 2020

You would have to be void of emotion and compassion to have not been shocked and saddened at what happened in Beirut, Lebanon on the 4th August 2020.That afternoon, two explosions occurred at the port of Beirut city where a large quantity of ammonium nitrate was being stored.
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Freshcare Standards for the fresh produce & wine grape industry

2 September, 2020

Freshcare is the largest Australian assurance program, specialising in food safety, quality, environmental and sustainability certification. Freshcare is industry owned and established to meet the needs of Australian producers in fulfilling both domestic and global market requirements.   ..

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