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Kwi 17 C Kwi CAN1 FIS 552 - -
Kwi 17 L Kwi LUP1 FIS 285 - -
Ger 17 C Ger CAG1 FIS 521 - -
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Esp 17 B Esp BFED1 FIS 220 - -
Kwi 17 B Kwi BFED1 FIS 220 - -
Kwi 17 B Kwi SCOP1 FIS 250 - -
Alb 17 B Alb LATR1 FIS 250 - -
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GIWA Crop Report

15th May 2017


  • GIWA updated their crop area estimates for the 2017 season.

  • WA expected to plant 7.98m ha; up 5.3% from the April report.

  • Oat plantings saw a large reduction in forecast hectares, down 17% from last month.

  • Area estimates for May:


    • Wheat: 4.9m ha, up 10%.

    • Barley: 1.28m ha, up 0.9%.

    • Canola: 1.2m ha, down 1%.

    • Oats: 0.22m ha, down 16%.

    • Lupins: 0.35m ha, down 1.5%.

    • Field Pea: 0.031m ha, up 0.6%.


Flinders Barley

27th Apr 2017


  • CBH has raised concerns over the varietal purity of Flinders.

  • If you are growing, or about to seed Flinders, please refer to the important information released by CBH, or discuss with Intergrain.

Emerald Payment Terms

26th Apr 2017


  • Emerald have changed their payment terms from 7 days end of week to 7 days from the date of transfer.

  • This will come into effect from the 1st of May 2017 and applies to all new and existing contracts.

  • Any growers with 2017/18 cash contracts will have their payment terms updated to 7 days from the day of grain transfer.

GIWA: Trifluralin on Oats

13th Apr 2017


  • The Grain Industry Association of Western Australia Oat Council has announced they have secured a permit for the use of Treflan 480 Herbicide, plus other registered products containing trifluralin as their only active constituent for pre-emergent herbicides on oats.

  • The permit extends from the 4th of April 2017 to the 31st of March 2022.

  • More information can be found on the GIWA website.

GIWA Final Production Estimates for 2016

13th Feb 2017


  • 18.2mmt total grain production for WA.

  • This was 23% higher than the 2015 harvest.

  • Wheat 10.17mmt (up 10% on last year).

  • Barley 4.17mmt (up 35%).

  • Canola 2.15mmt (up 39%).

  • Oats 0.93mmt (up 80%).

  • Lupins 0.71mmt (up 58%).

  • Peas 0.004mmt (up 3%).