Fallow crop meetings
Fallow crops are an essential part of the cane cropping system, apart from giving the soil a break they also help reduce weed pressure for the next cane crop as well as provide organic matter for the soil.
Sugarcane crop nutrition – Six Easy Steps Update
It is coming up to that time of year when soil sampling can commence in preparation for the next sugarcane crop cycle and successful legume fallow rotation crops.
One Eye Setts for Propagation
With planting in full swing it is coming up to the time when new seed cane is planted.
CCS sampling for Seed cane
We are now starting to see real improvement in the 2020 crop with a steady increase in CCS and t/ha on a daily basis.
Plant cane establishment to reduce “Pineapple sett rot”
A major risk to good plant cane crop establishment this time of year is a soil borne disease known as “Pineapple sett rot” caused by the fungus Ceratocystis paradoxa.
Tully Sugar Industry – Planting Time
It is planting time in Tully and despite the recent wet weather some planting has occurred.
2020 Workplace Gender Equality Agency Report
Tully Sugar 2020 WGEA Report
Wednesday 22 July – visit from the CCRC Mayor and Councillors whilst on their inspection of the Division 2 area.
One of the other big events that has commenced over the past fortnight is the local trial work with new varieties.
Pre-harvest CCS Sampling
One of the key strategies the Tully sugar industry is working on, through the Tully Variety Management group with SRA is to find out as quickly as possible which of the new varieties will work best in the various sub districts of the Tully sugar industry by use of a mobile mill and sampling CCS obtained.