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ZP50 Doubling Down On Effectiveness In Paddock | Andrew Wiedemann and Steve Henry

Season 3, Ep. 165

This is the final episode on the farm's vice podcast for 2022. This episode we jump back into the GPA series talking about zed P50 and what that can do do 4 Australian grain producers. On this episode we talked to Andrew Wiedemann and also Steve Henry from CSIRO about the work that's being going on behind the scenes to ensure that farmers are getting access to the best defensive tools to pests on farm.


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