CROPPERS are being invited to get the latest information on research at the Lower Eyre Agricultural Development Association spring field walk on Friday, September 8. LEADA hold the event each year to give local growers a look at research being carried out in the local area, view crop performance and hear about the latest advances in cropping industry. This year the walk will begin from the Cummins Oval at 10.30am. Due to the late start of this year’s season, the program will address issues associated with the late break and pre-emergent herbicides in dry-sown cereals. The walk will start south of Cummins, where the group will visit a bean trail where researchers have been exploring new acid tolerant inoculants and how they can give access to profitable legumes on soils down to a pH of 4. After the lunch stop at Yallunda Flat Showground, the afternoon session will move to Ungarra where University of Adelaide’s Sam Kleemann&nbsp;will provide information on the efficiency of pre-emergent herbicides in dry sown cereals and SARDI’s Jake Giles will speak on high density seeding rates to maximise yields in late breaks.&nbsp; New pre-emergent herbicides for ryegrass and broadleaf control in canola will be the topic at Yeelanna. The last stop will be the canola agronomy trials to discuss the time of seeding comparisons, nitrogen and late sown varieties.