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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Data from the NSW Department of Primary Industries (DPI) long-term rotation experiments in northern NSW showed a positive effect of no-tillage on productivity and N2 fixation of chickpea (Felton et al. 1998; Marcellos et al. 1998; Herridge et al. 1998)... The difference between N2 fixation of chickpea and fababean is highlighted in Table 2, using data from the NSW DPI long-term rotation experiments and commercial crops in northern NSW... One of the objectives of the long-term no-tillage experiments of NSW DPI (Felton et al. 1998) was to compare chickpea and fababean in terms of N2 fixation and rotational benefits...
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
H. marinum is widely referred to as sea barley grass around the world, and H. hystrixis known as Mediterranean barley grass... Conditions that favour germination and establishment The seed of common sowthistle can germinate at temperatures in the range 5 C to 35 C. Germination is ultimately determined by moisture availability, as a moist environment is preferred... There is a high proportion of seedling emergence from shallow seed sources, whereas more deeply buried seeds remain dormant and long-lived with a half life estimated at 10 years...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Released as a feed only variety from the southern node of BBA Fleet is not being evaluated for malt... early planting generally has higher yield potential planting too early can result in the crop running quickly to head if conditions are warm and lush in late autumn and early winter hot, dry temperatures during spring can reduce grain fill period and affect yield and grain size a strongly negative SOI (southern oscillation index) is considered an indicator of late frosts... Issues to take into consideration include: early planting generally has higher yield potential planting too early can result in the crop running quickly to head if a warm dry late autumn early winter occurs hot dry temperatures during spring can reduce grain fill period and affect yield and grain size a strongly negative SOI (southern oscillation index) is considered an indicator of late frosts later planting and later flowering generally results in declining yield potential due to higher temperatures and moisture stress during flowering...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Released as a feed only variety from the southern node of BBA Fleet is not being evaluated for malt... early planting generally has higher yield potential planting too early can result in the crop running quickly to head if conditions are warm and lush in late autumn and early winter hot, dry temperatures during spring can reduce grain fill period and affect yield and grain size a strongly negative SOI (southern oscillation index) is considered an indicator of late frosts... Issues to take into consideration include: early planting generally has higher yield potential planting too early can result in the crop running quickly to head if a warm dry late autumn early winter occurs hot dry temperatures during spring can reduce grain fill period and affect yield and grain size a strongly negative SOI (southern oscillation index) is considered an indicator of late frosts later planting and later flowering generally results in declining yield potential due to higher temperatures and moisture stress during flowering...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Released as a feed only variety from the southern node of BBA Fleet is not being evaluated for malt... early planting generally has higher yield potential planting too early can result in the crop running quickly to head if conditions are warm and lush in late autumn and early winter hot, dry temperatures during spring can reduce grain fill period and affect yield and grain size a strongly negative SOI (southern oscillation index) is considered an indicator of late frosts... Issues to take into consideration include: early planting generally has higher yield potential planting too early can result in the crop running quickly to head if a warm dry late autumn early winter occurs hot dry temperatures during spring can reduce grain fill period and affect yield and grain size a strongly negative SOI (southern oscillation index) is considered an indicator of late frosts later planting and later flowering generally results in declining yield potential due to higher temperatures and moisture stress during flowering...
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