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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Losses from leaf rust can be reduced by grazing or cutting rusted crops before the disease becomes severe... Adjust the intensity of grazing to avoid the extremes where the crop is either eaten into the ground, or becomes rank and prematurely runs to head... Avoid grazing the crop when the soil is very wet as the crown and root will be damaged and regrowth will be slow and reduced...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Losses from leaf rust can be reduced by grazing or cutting rusted crops before the disease becomes severe... Adjust the intensity of grazing to avoid the extremes where the crop is either eaten into the ground, or becomes rank and prematurely runs to head... Avoid grazing the crop when the soil is very wet as the crown and root will be damaged and regrowth will be slow and reduced...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Losses from leaf rust can be reduced by grazing or cutting rusted crops before the disease becomes severe... Adjust the intensity of grazing to avoid the extremes where the crop is either eaten into the ground, or becomes rank and prematurely runs to head... Avoid grazing the crop when the soil is very wet as the crown and root will be damaged and regrowth will be slow and reduced...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The optimum planting time for forage oats is from mid-March to June in southern Queensland, and early April to June in central Queensland... Late planting will hasten maturity and reduce the potential for multiple grazing... Starter fertiliser at sowing is recommended, but should be applied separate to the seed as the fertiliser can damage the seed and reduce its germination (e.g. DAP at 100 kg/ha will provide sufficient nitrogen (N) for establishment and phosphorus for the duration of the crop)...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The optimum planting time for forage oats is from mid-March to June in southern Queensland, and early April to June in central Queensland... Late planting will hasten maturity and reduce the potential for multiple grazing... Starter fertiliser at sowing is recommended, but should be applied separate to the seed as the fertiliser can damage the seed and reduce its germination (e.g. DAP at 100 kg/ha will provide sufficient nitrogen (N) for establishment and phosphorus for the duration of the crop)...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The optimum planting time for forage oats is from mid-March to June in southern Queensland, and early April to June in central Queensland... Late planting will hasten maturity and reduce the potential for multiple grazing... Starter fertiliser at sowing is recommended, but should be applied separate to the seed as the fertiliser can damage the seed and reduce its germination (e.g. DAP at 100 kg/ha will provide sufficient nitrogen (N) for establishment and phosphorus for the duration of the crop)...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Leaf rust is the most serious problem affecting grazing oats in Queensland... Stem rust is caused by a fungus ( Puccinia graminis avenae ) and appears as dark, reddish brown pustules on leaves, leaf sheaths, stems and heads of the plant... Check the label and adjust the rate ...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Leaf rust is the most serious problem affecting grazing oats in Queensland... Stem rust is caused by a fungus ( Puccinia graminis avenae ) and appears as dark, reddish brown pustules on leaves, leaf sheaths, stems and heads of the plant... Check the label and adjust the rate ...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Leaf rust is the most serious problem affecting grazing oats in Queensland... Stem rust is caused by a fungus ( Puccinia graminis avenae ) and appears as dark, reddish brown pustules on leaves, leaf sheaths, stems and heads of the plant... Check the label and adjust the rate ...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Planted at a similar time to wheat to avoid frost damage at flowering, oat grain frequently has to mature in hot dry weather... Both leaf rust and stem rust are major constraints for oat grain and seed production... Oat grain is harvested in October to November at 12% moisture...
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