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Dual-purpose crops delivering better pastures can-wheat plot graze.. The successful implementation of dual-purpose cereals into mixed farming operations is delivering benefits to agribusinesses beyond just the bottom line... Researchers are now quantifying the indirect benefits delivered to pastures of shifting stock onto early-season canola or wheat crops, as well as the implications for weed and disease controls, management flexibility and business risk minimisation...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Crops planted after the end of January in southern Queensland and mid-February in Central Queensland run an increased risk of ergot infection, an airborne fungal disease that is favoured by cool wet conditions during flowering... Management relies on good agronomic practices... If planting outside the recommended window, growers need to aim for an evenly flowering crop to ensure that there are large quantities of highly viable pollen during flowering, because flowers that are fertilised by pollen are resistant to infection by the ergot spores...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Crops planted after the end of January in southern Queensland and mid-February in Central Queensland run an increased risk of ergot infection, an airborne fungal disease that is favoured by cool wet conditions during flowering... Management relies on good agronomic practices... If planting outside the recommended window, growers need to aim for an evenly flowering crop to ensure that there are large quantities of highly viable pollen during flowering, because flowers that are fertilised by pollen are resistant to infection by the ergot spores...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Crops planted after the end of January in southern Queensland and mid-February in Central Queensland run an increased risk of ergot infection, an airborne fungal disease that is favoured by cool wet conditions during flowering... Management relies on good agronomic practices... If planting outside the recommended window, growers need to aim for an evenly flowering crop to ensure that there are large quantities of highly viable pollen during flowering, because flowers that are fertilised by pollen are resistant to infection by the ergot spores...
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To help answer this question and determine optimum crop management for crop grazing, the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) is funding trials in frost-prone areas of Western Australia's Great Southern region... A site to assess crop grazing versus ungrazed crops at Newdegate;.. Region West, National, North, South < Keep browsing 0 Responses to Great Southern trials probe frost, crop grazing..
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