Roberts Ltd

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According to the data and stats that were collected, 'Roberts Ltd' channel has quite a good rank. The feed was last updated more than a year ago. In addition 'Roberts Ltd' includes a significant share of images in comparison to the text content. The channel mostly uses long articles along with sentence constructions of the intermediate readability level, which is a result that may indicate difficult texts on the channel, probably due to a big amount of industrial or scientific terms.

About 'Roberts Ltd' Channel

Established in 1865, Roberts Ltd is an agribusiness and real estate company based in Tasmania. Roberts has an extensive...

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Intermediate readability level is common for 'Roberts Ltd' articles as it addresses the matters that demand certain level of education to be understood. Sometimes the channel gets even more difficult by issuing pieces of advanced readability level (they make up more than one third of all content). In addition the channel contains some materials of a basic readability level.

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Positive emotional expressions prevail throughout the texts: they may include favorable reviews, appreciation or praise in regard to the subjects addressed on the channel. However, the channel also contains some rather negative or critical records that make up just a small amount of all its content.

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[...] as time consuming or as costly overall. If you have a woody weed problem please contact your local Roberts agronomist through your local Roberts store. They can help advise on the best strategy to [...]

Control Woody Weeds in Tasmania such as Blackberry

[...] . If you’re unsure which product to use for your woody weed situation, drop into your local Roberts store in Tasmania for advice. Also refer to the Dow AgroSciences website for further [...]

Controlling Blackberries with Herbicides in Tasmania

[...] water) will improve the effectiveness of most herbicides on Blackberries. Contact your local Roberts store agronomist for a recommendation of the best herbicide for your own Blackberry [...]

Importance of Identifying Poor Drainage on your Property, Tasmania

[...] lay wet and don't produce as well as the other parts of the paddock. Please talk to your local Roberts agronomist in Tasmania if you have any questions about soil testing, paddock layouts and [...]

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Elm Leaf Beetle in Tasmania an Update

[...] on some Elm trees in the state. Stressed and aged trees have a reduced capacity to cope with Elm Leaf Beetle attack. The continual defoliation of our older Elm trees combined with dry summers will [...]

What Risk in the Wool Market, 2 December 2014

[...] (both higher and lower). As price relativities between the different fibres stand at present, wool prices are fair value, which is the good news. The bad news is that apparel fibre prices are drifting [...]

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Australia takes a hit as raw wool demand stays low, December 2014

[...] in imports by the major processing countries over the past four years. What does this mean? Wool prices in US$ terms have declined since the start of 2014, with the fall gathering some pace in the [...]

Merino Fleece - Unscrambling the effect of micron, length, strength and mid-brea...

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Fine Wool Basis and Hedging Opportunities 14 January, 2015

[...] means hedges for late 2015 and beyond. Author: Andrew Woods, writing for Mecardo Want more? Roberts clients in Tasmania receive Mecardo for free for 3 months – visit www.mecardo.com.au/roberts [...]

Wool Report Dec 2014 - Ultra-fine opportunity – it's all about the Basis!

[...] , at least a year, to give the production system a chance to correct. Want more? Roberts clients in Tasmania receive Mecardo for free for 3 months – visit www.mecardo.com.au/roberts [...]

Report on the fine wool supply and premiums 2014

[...] have historically resulted in price premiums increasing on year earlier levels. Want more? Roberts clients in Tasmania receive Mecardo for free for 3 months – visit www.mecardo.com.au/roberts Andrew [...]

Wool Report - Fine Wool Production October 2014

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Wool Report Dec 2014 - Ultra-fine opportunity – it's all about the Basis!

[...] Changes in supply are major driver of change in the basis; it is likely that the supply of 15.5 micron wool will fall in 2015 & supply of 21 micron rise. The dry spring this year has delayed this [...]

Fine Wool Basis and Hedging Opportunities 14 January, 2015

[...] recent years (read more at Where to for fine wool supply and premiums?). Volumes of 15 and 16 micron wool have been falling and, with reasonable seasonal conditions in 2015, this trend will continue. [...]

Report on the fine wool supply and premiums 2014

[...] premiums. Figure 1 shows the year-on-year change in a rolling 12-month supply of 15 to 17 micron wool (all the wool tested by the AWTA for 15 to 17 micron during the past 12 months compared [...]

Fine Wool Basis and Hedging Opportunities 14 January, 2015

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Is the Wool Market Moving Sideways? February 2015

[...] Australian dollar. Andrew Woods, writing for Mecardo Want more? Roberts clients in Tasmania receive Mecardo for free for 3 months – visit www.mecardo.com.au/roberts [...]

Australia takes a hit as raw wool demand stays low, December 2014

[...] raw wool demand will need to reverse before prices improve Want more? Roberts clients in Tasmania receive Mecardo for free for 3 months – visit www.mecardo.com.au/roberts Chris Wilcox, writing for [...]

Wool Report Dec 2014 - Ultra-fine opportunity – it's all about the Basis!

[...] a year, to give the production system a chance to correct. Want more? Roberts clients in Tasmania receive Mecardo for free for 3 months – visit www.mecardo.com.au/roberts Andrew Woods Mercardo [...]

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[...] and application methods. Store contact details are included on the side menu bar. Brenden Green Roberts Ltd [...]

All Clear DS - the premium spray and tank cleaner for Tasmanian Farmers

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Controlling Powdery Mildew and Downy Mildew in Tasmanian Grapes.

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[...] against 21 micron wool would flow to the grower. What does this mean? The decade lows for 15.5 micron prices and their basis to the 21 MPG throw up an opportunity for hedging this category. This means [...]

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[...] wool prices continue to track sideways in such a fashion? Figure 1 shows the median merino micron category price (in A$ and US$). The median micron category is used as it represents the middle of the [...]

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[...] Ultrafine wool prices have been trading at very low levels as have premiums to the 21 micron category. The 15.5 micron price series is plumbing the low price levels seen in 2008-2009 and also in [...]

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Stinger a New Woody Weed Herbicide for Pastures in Tasmania

[...] as time consuming or as costly overall. If you have a woody weed problem please contact your local Roberts agronomist through your local Roberts store. They can help advise on the best strategy to [...]

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