Wednesday, February 1, 2017
The Hannaford Trio package will protect against yield-robbing diseases and give your wheat or barley crop a flying start with faster emergence, excellent seedling establishment, healthier and more vigorous plants – for maximum yield potential.
Download Hannaford Trio flyer
Monday, December 12, 2016
The Royal Adelaide show offers grain growers an opportunity to submit entries for the grains and fodder section and be in the running for some great prizes at the 2017 show.
Entries open February 2017, for details see the information sheet below or enter online at www.theshow.com.au.
Download 2017 Royal Show grain entry information
Thursday, December 1, 2016
The November 2016 SeedSense newsletter is available to download, featuring:
- Rancona Dimension for flexible protection
- Disease Roundup
- Zinc for plant health
- Introducing Peter & Karen Agars
- 2016/2017 Seed Treatment Guide
- Stored grain pests an increasing problem
- Hannaford national award winners 2015-16
- Russian wheat aphid found in Australia
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Hannaford welcomes Peter and Karen Agars as the new seed treatment specialist in the Ravensthorpe, Lake King and Newdegate areas. Peter and Karen Agars have had a long association with farming. Operating a family farm for 25 years has given them a great understanding of managing their own business, and the hard work and organisation required
Peter grew up on the family farm near Wirrulla in South Australia. After leaving school he took up shearing as well as working on the farm in busy times. He married Karen, a local girl from Nunjikompita, and they progressed into managing the farm - cropping wheat, barley, oats and running sheep.
Friday, January 1, 2016
Loose smut has continued to appear in barley crops throughout Australia in 2015. The varieties of Hindmarsh and La Trobe have been most affected with some crops of Scope also showing high infection levels. Infection levels in these varieties has ranged from 2-25%, which has also resulted in a yield loss of 2-25%.
Download loose smut in barley information sheet
Tuesday, December 1, 2015
With the recent fires that have affected both the Esperance/Grass Patch regions of WA and the Pinery/Mallala Regions of SA, a lot of grain has been affected by heat either in field bins or silo bags. The question will be raised if this grain is viable to keep as seed. The following information may help you to decide if you should keep the grain for seed or if you should source new seed that is undamaged.
Download heat damaged seed information sheet
Monday, November 2, 2015
The November 2015 SeedSense newsletter is available to download, featuring:
- Loose Smut in Barley an Increasing Issue
- Disease Roundup
- Crown Rot Solutions
- Hannaford Supporting Small Rural Communities
- 2015/2016 Seed Treatment Guide
- Importance of Nematodes in Cropping Systems
- Introducing Terry and Kelly Jackson
- 90 Years Celebration
Thursday, October 1, 2015
Introducing Terry and Kelly Jackson, the fresh faces of Hannaford in the Fleurieu Peninsula and Kangaroo Island region. Terry Jackson has a long history with farming, trucking and managing his own business, so is no stranger to organisation and hard work.
Terry grew up on a farm near Murray Bridge and, after leaving school, relocated to Meningie where he completed a Certificate in Farm Practice (Dairying). He met Kelly, a farmer’s daughter living in Strathalbyn, and moved into the trucking industry where he became well versed in a large range of driving including general freight, feed tankers and milk tankers.
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
The October 2014 SeedSense newsletter is available to download, featuring:
- Rancona® Dimension - the drum that does it all
- Ultimate AFL Grand Final winners
- Hannaford award winners
- Hannaford – supporting small rural communities
Sunday, September 1, 2013
The Summer 2013/14 SeedSense newsletter is available to download, featuring:
- Expansion News
- Equipment and Products
- Stored Grain Hygiene
- Seed Treatment Product Range
- New Customer Loyalty Programs
- Meet Our New Franchisees