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GRAIN CENTRAL | New permits aid control of powdery mildew in wheat

AUSTRALIAN grain producers will have more tools in their tool kits to help protect crops and improve profitability and sustainability with the approval of new permits issued by the federal regulator to help manage and control fungicide-resistant powdery mildew in wheat.

Grain Producers Australia provides these permits to support growers and industry through the emergency and minor use program managed by Australia’s federal regulator, the Agricultural Pesticides and Veterinary Medicine Authority.

These emergency and minor use permits support the grains industry’s capacity to respond swiftly and effectively to manage pests, weeds and crop diseases when needed, in grain producing regions.


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