The introduction gives a summary of the annual control program and describes the worm control regions and worms encountered here.
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NSW Non-Seasonal Rainfall: Program summary
What to do and when to do it for an annual worm control program in this region. Day-to-day drenching decisions will use the Drench Decision Guide (see topic: Deciding when to drench and what drench to use).
NSW Non-Seasonal Rainfall: Introduction
Information about the location, subregions and worms typically encountered here.
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1. What are the 5 strategies used to control worms in NSW Non-Seasonal Rainfall?
2. What are the most important worms in this region?
The most important roundworms in this region are:
In very wet years and in areas with non-seasonal rainfall tending to summer dominance (e.g. the Monaro), especially with more than 700 mm average annual rainfall:
Also important but mainly for young sheep
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