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chickpea yield

Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Much of the success has come as a result of new varieties with increased plant height reducing harvest losses and improved disease resistance... The main chickpea varieties grown in the northern grains region of eastern Australia are long-day phenological types (Berger et al. 2004) and as such are suited to late autumn or early winter sowing... Keep browsing 0 Responses to Sowing date and other factors that impact on pod-set and yield in chickpea..
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Rationale of the research is growing a diverse range of chickpea genotypes for heat tolerance screening in India (International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), Hyderabad) and Australia (Plant Breeding Institute (PBI), Narrabri, New South Wales) over two growing seasons in the field... The broad outcome of this project was to develop an improved understanding of genetic diversity of chickpea genotypes using molecular markers, the effects of high temperature on chickpea growth and yield and to identify traits that can be potentially exploited for future breeding programs on heat tolerance in chickpeas... Improved knowledge of high temperature effects on plant responses under stressed and non-stressed environments is required for effective germplasm screening...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (North)
You typically find that the depth to the salt bulge decreases to the west... We have concluded that chickpeas were not as effective as wheat in adjusting yield components under prolonged water stress... The grain yield in the SF early burn and cultivated treatment (2.5 t/ha) was comparable to the other SF treatments in the dry 2002 season despite having the lowest incidence of crown rot infection...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
You typically find that the depth to the salt bulge decreases to the west... We have concluded that chickpeas were not as effective as wheat in adjusting yield components under prolonged water stress... The grain yield in the SF early burn and cultivated treatment (2.5 t/ha) was comparable to the other SF treatments in the dry 2002 season despite having the lowest incidence of crown rot infection...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (North)
Topic Crown rot: Inoculum loads going into 2006; rotation strategies and impacts; Precision row placement to aid crown-rot management... Driftability of amine formulations The 2,4- D products Surpass and Amicide 625 which were used in the trial are considered to be nonvolatile any drift that is associated with these products will be droplet drift not vapour drift... Fungicides as foliar, seed or fertiliser treatments will play a role in the integrated management of this disease until new varieties with improved resistance become available...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
Topic Crown rot: Inoculum loads going into 2006; rotation strategies and impacts; Precision row placement to aid crown-rot management... Driftability of amine formulations The 2,4- D products Surpass and Amicide 625 which were used in the trial are considered to be nonvolatile any drift that is associated with these products will be droplet drift not vapour drift... Fungicides as foliar, seed or fertiliser treatments will play a role in the integrated management of this disease until new varieties with improved resistance become available...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The SARDI trials showed that the critical window for chickpeas starts at about 300 'degree-days' before flowering and the most vulnerable stage for yield was found to be 200 'degree-days' after flowering ( Figure 1 )... For example, if chickpeas are grown in conditions where the daily mean temperature is 15 C, the critical stage of 200 degree-days will be reached 13 days after flowering (200 15 = 13)... If chickpeas are grown in a warmer region or the crop was sown late with, for example, a daily mean temperature of 20 C, the crop will reach the 200-degree-days mark 10 days after flowering (200 20 = 10)...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
The SARDI trials showed that the critical window for chickpeas starts at about 300 'degree-days' before flowering and the most vulnerable stage for yield was found to be 200 'degree-days' after flowering ( Figure 1 )... For example, if chickpeas are grown in conditions where the daily mean temperature is 15 C, the critical stage of 200 degree-days will be reached 13 days after flowering (200 15 = 13)... If chickpeas are grown in a warmer region or the crop was sown late with, for example, a daily mean temperature of 20 C, the crop will reach the 200-degree-days mark 10 days after flowering (200 20 = 10)...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Take home message PBA HatTrick performed well in 2009 with commercial yields of 1.0 to 2.2 t/ha HatTrick's Ascochyta rating (MR/R) was confirmed in 2009 trials at Tamworth.. HatTrick's quicker development (10 days earlier to flower) contributed to its lower yield - flowers and pods aborted by low temperatures, estimated by the grower to have reduced yield by 30%... In spite of discrepancies between 2007 and 2008, the results confirm that HatTrick has useful (but by no means complete) resistance to phytophthora...
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Catalogue: GRDC YouTube channel
" Over The Fence North: Narrow rows boost Dalby chickpea yields 11 November 2014.. The potential to dramatically increase chickpea yields by up to one tonne per hectare has prompted Dalby grain grower Glenn Milne to make the relatively simple practice change of switching to narrow rows... Technology to reduce spray drift GCTV: Drift Reducing Technology..
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