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The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF), together with industry partners, is developing ways of reducing runoff of imidacloprid, a key pesticide used to control grubs in the sugarcane industry, and also dissolved inorganic nitrogen (DIN).
An independent expert has backed the actions taken by Biosecurity Queensland to manage Panama disease in Far North Queensland.
Canegrowers now have a new online tool at their disposal to help with calculating nitrogen costs.
New research from the Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF) shows that banana farmers adopting best management practices can improve their profitability, whilst reducing sediment and nutrient in run off from their farms to help the Great Barrier Reef.
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