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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Helicoverpa is less damaging in peanuts than other legume crops but high populations can inflict significant damage... Peanuts have a high tolerance of defoliation with high populations of 12/m 2 having little impact on yield in well grown crops... Good agronomy and soil moisture are crucial as large, vigorously-growing plants suffer less defoliation for a given helicoverpa population and have less risk of damage...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Helicoverpa is less damaging in peanuts than other legume crops but high populations can inflict significant damage... Peanuts have a high tolerance of defoliation with high populations of 12/m 2 having little impact on yield in well grown crops... Good agronomy and soil moisture are crucial as large, vigorously-growing plants suffer less defoliation for a given helicoverpa population and have less risk of damage...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Helicoverpa is less damaging in peanuts than other legume crops but high populations can inflict significant damage... Peanuts have a high tolerance of defoliation with high populations of 12/m 2 having little impact on yield in well grown crops... Good agronomy and soil moisture are crucial as large, vigorously-growing plants suffer less defoliation for a given helicoverpa population and have less risk of damage...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Tiny bugs tackle big crop disease problems.. Microscopic soil-dwelling actinobacteria are showing promise as biocontrol agents for wheat and canola diseases... Dr Roper said to be considered successful, any potential actinobacteria biocontrol agents must suppress the fungal disease effectively, survive either in the plant tissues or within the rhizoplane of growing plants and be easy to culture and inoculate on to plants to allow for realistic application methods in the field...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Tiny bugs tackle big crop disease problems.. Microscopic soil-dwelling actinobacteria are showing promise as biocontrol agents for wheat and canola diseases... Dr Roper said to be considered successful, any potential actinobacteria biocontrol agents must suppress the fungal disease effectively, survive either in the plant tissues or within the rhizoplane of growing plants and be easy to culture and inoculate on to plants to allow for realistic application methods in the field...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
SARDI"s Dr Alan McKay and his Adelaide based team have developed a DNA soil test for crown rot... The University of New England team, based in Armidale and led by Dr David Backhouse, is drawing together the research results on how crown rot is affected by environment and management practices, to produce a simple risk prediction system... By developing inoculum bioassays and methods of detecting crown rot in plant tissue this team identified that for infection to occur the growing plant must come into contact with infested stubble fragments...
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