March 20, 2019
Pacific Seeds forage development lead Wayne Chesher.
With recent rain and a shortage of feed after a hot and dry summer, grazing oats is the perfect option to fill the feed gap, according to Pacific Seeds forage development lead Wayne Chesher.
March 4, 2019
Pacific Seeds managing director Barry Croker.
Market-leading seed producer Pacific Seeds has announced this week plans to launch two new canola varieties to the Australian market, following the Chinese government’s approval of the Bayer-developed TruFlex® herbicide resistant trait.
February 25, 2019
Pacific Seeds' Steve Lamb and Badgingarra farmer Tim Hayes taking a break during wheat harvest.
Uptake of new wheat variety Havoc is rapidly increasing in WA’s wheatbelt, and one farmer leading the charge is Badgingarra’s Tim Hayes.
February 10, 2019
Pacific Seeds wheat manager Neil Comben and seed analyst Tim Kirby.
Given a run of poor weather over recent wheat harvests, wheat variety marketing company Pacific Seeds is reminding growers to make sure they get their retained planting seed tested for germination and vigour prior to planting.
April 15, 2019
Pacific Seeds' Bill Smith and Pauline Twidale with dryland sorghum winners Chris and Phil Moar.
Growers of Pacific Seeds varieties have won all of the sorghum awards at this year’s Royal Agricultural Society of Queensland (RASQ) Queensland Country Life Grains Outlook crop competition.
March 11, 2019
A field walk at the trial site, with Bonito on the left and Hyola 404RR on the right.
A large-scale trial conducted by farmers and an agronomist north of Trayning, WA, which compared open pollinated triazine tolerant (OP TT) canola to Roundup Ready (RR) canola, has demonstrated a $105 per hectare benefit for RR over OP TT.
March 4, 2019
Yorketown grower Richard Dodd is using brand new canola technology on his farm.
South Australian canola growers have been calling for a dual-herbicide tolerant non-GM canola hybrid combining Clearfield and triazine tolerant technologies, and Pacific Seeds has answered those calls, becoming the first company to sell it for the 2019 season.
February 15, 2019
Pacific Seeds' Steve Lamb with Mingenew grower Paul Kelly.
Mingenew farmer Paul Kelly is adding new wheat variety Havoc to his program this year after it topped his 2018 on-farm trial.
February 1, 2018
Allan Griffith in Havoc wheat.
New wheat variety Havoc will make a substantial jump in hectares at Allan Griffith’s Carnamah farm this season, going from a modest trial in 2018 to half the wheat program in 2019.