Liebe Group

The Liebe Group is a grower driven, not for profit organisation in the Wheatbelt of Western Australia. It is a leading ‘grass roots’ group in Western Australia and has a continually growing membership. This grass roots drive ensures the group remains relevant, timely and valuable to the local farmers and gains industry cooperation. The Liebe Group provides access for members to new ideas, innovation, research and networks all over Australia.

The group conducts research & development and provides information to 120 farm business members in the Dalwallinu, Coorow, Perenjori and Wongan Ballidu Shires, which encompasses a land area of approximately 1,000,000 ha. 

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Years: 2002 to 2020
402 published trials
150 trial sites
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4 results have export data available 5 trials are CC BY 4.0
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To explore herbicide and application timing alternatives to control annual ryegrass and other weeds on fencelines and prevent the onset of resistance. wns Research Station, Gibson (SEPWA).

Crop type: Ryegrass 1 trial Crop Protection
east Buntine, ACT
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The objective of this trial was to evaluate the knockdown efficiency of Spray.Seed with and without common tank mix ‘spikes’, at various rates, on the control of grass and broadleaf weeds including Roundup Ready canola volunteers.

Crop type: Canola,Ryegrass,Lupins 3 trials Herbicide Type Herbicide Rate Inoculant Application
Pithara, WA Sandy loam
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To demonstrate the growth rates and carrying capacities of new pasture species and to show options available for improving pasture productivity.

Crop type: Oats,Ryegrass 2 trials Grazing Regime
Dalwallinu, WA Red loam
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To determine if the livestock carrying capacity of pastures in the Eastern Wheatbelt of Western Australia, including those on mildly saline soil, can be increased by replacing native ryegrass with the Safeguard variety of ryegrass.

Crop type: Ryegrass 3 trials Variety Type
Ballidu, WA Konnongorring, WA Wongan Hills, WA Sandy loam
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Liebe Group Department of Agriculture and Food WA Ballidu Woolpro Group

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To determine if the livestock carrying capacity of pastures in the eastern Wheatbelt of Western Australia, including those on mildly saline soil, can be increased by replacing native ryegrass with the Safeguard variety of ryegrass.

Crop type: Ryegrass 2 trials Variety Type
Konnongorring, WA Wongan Hills, WA Loam
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