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Catalogue: Ground Cover
"Using the extensive evaluation enables the Blackspot Manager to predict disease on a farm or a catchment basis.".. To account for this, the South Australian Disease Risk model (DIRI) brings together management factors such as the number of years since a pea crop was grown in a specific paddock, variety, the use of seed dressings and rainfall data... "Our model not only allows growers to see the impact of adjusting sowing date on the level of blackspot disease risk, but also of paddock choice and the use or omission of a seed dressing."..
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
" Date: 24.06.2008 blackspot mangager Identifies a low risk sowing date for field peas.. Blackspot Manager' calculates the timing of this spore release using seasonal rainfall and temperature data, and identifies whether the delay in sowing is necessary in the current season or whether it is safe for peas to be sown during the autumn... { A time of sowing trial at Kingsford was assessed for blackspot and the peas sown on 14 June had an extremely low infection, validating the prediction made by 'Blackspot Manager'...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
In spite of its name, the pea weevil is not a true weevil but belongs to another group of plant-feeding beetles... Adults become active in early spring when temperatures reach around 20 C and move into pea crops from their hibernation sites (under tree bark, posts, along fence lines, around sheds, bins, etc.)... If the crop is left in the field until mid-December, adults start to emerge and will infest the following season s crop...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
In spite of its name, the pea weevil is not a true weevil but belongs to another group of plant-feeding beetles... Adults become active in early spring when temperatures reach around 20 C and move into pea crops from their hibernation sites (under tree bark, posts, along fence lines, around sheds, bins, etc.)... If the crop is left in the field until mid-December, adults start to emerge and will infest the following season s crop...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
In spite of its name, the pea weevil is not a true weevil but belongs to another group of plant-feeding beetles... Adults become active in early spring when temperatures reach around 20 C and move into pea crops from their hibernation sites (under tree bark, posts, along fence lines, around sheds, bins, etc.)... If the crop is left in the field until mid-December, adults start to emerge and will infest the following season s crop...
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