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A pulse disease specialist is encouraging mixed farmers who are planning to graze animals on lupin stubbles to check the stubble carefully for signs of phomopsis to avoid the onset of lupinosis... New South Wales Department of Primary Industries plant pathologist Dr Kurt Lindbeck says phomopsis of lupin is normally associated with lupin stubbles and summer rainfall: "The disease can also develop on green lupin plants this is rare," he says... Dr Lindbeck encourages growers who suspect that phomopsis may have infected their lupin stubbles to have the symptoms confirmed by their local agronomist...
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