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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Spread of bacterial blight is limited in PBAPercy and PBAOura field peas compared to Kaspa ... Ascochyta blight of lentils survives at least three years within a paddock... Lesions were more likely to occur in crops of Nugget, PBAFlash or Nipper if Nugget or PBAFlash lentils had been grown in that paddock the previous 2 or 3 years...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Author : Sharon Watt SARDI principal research scientist Dr Jenny Davidson says it will be important to monitor this year's pulse crops for the breakdown of resistance to Ascochyta blight... Pulse growers are advised to monitor this year's crops for the breakdown of resistance to Ascochyta blight and report any anomalies to the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI*)... "If you see a breakdown in resistance, let us know straight away," she said Growers and advisers can report observations to Dr Davidson by phone on 08 8303 9389 or email jenny.davidson@sa.gov.au ...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
In Australia's northern grains region, FHB is considered one of the top five most damaging wheat diseases, causing an average $9 million in lost production every year... Although the disease does not occur often in Australia, growers are advised to be aware of its potential and to stay informed... Dr Stephen Neate, from the Queensland Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF), leads research on FHB in Queensland and says the disease can cause significant yield loss, quality reductions and downgrading of grain...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Heads of wheat showing FHB bleached kernals.. The fungi persist and produce spores on previous crop residues of wheat, barley and corn (Figure 5 and Figure 6) although other grass weeds and crops can also be a source of inoculum... Use of fungicides has proven a useful tool in reducing infections overseas where reductions in FHB severity of 50-60% can be achieved when the most effective fungicides are applied at early flowering for wheat and durum, and at early head emergence in barley...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Heads of wheat showing FHB bleached kernals.. The fungi persist and produce spores on previous crop residues of wheat, barley and corn (Figure 5 and Figure 6) although other grass weeds and crops can also be a source of inoculum... Use of fungicides has proven a useful tool in reducing infections overseas where reductions in FHB severity of 50-60% can be achieved when the most effective fungicides are applied at early flowering for wheat and durum, and at early head emergence in barley...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Heads of wheat showing FHB bleached kernals.. The fungi persist and produce spores on previous crop residues of wheat, barley and corn (Figure 5 and Figure 6) although other grass weeds and crops can also be a source of inoculum... Use of fungicides has proven a useful tool in reducing infections overseas where reductions in FHB severity of 50-60% can be achieved when the most effective fungicides are applied at early flowering for wheat and durum, and at early head emergence in barley...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The first sign of sclerotinia is a wilting branch or bush The white fluffy mycelium of S. sclerotiorum is similar to S. minor ... If the field has a history of sclerotinia, consider spraying as a precaution when the row has half closed... Try to avoid the continued use of chlorothalonil to control leaf diseases in fields where sclerotinia is a problem...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The first sign of sclerotinia is a wilting branch or bush The white fluffy mycelium of S. sclerotiorum is similar to S. minor ... If the field has a history of sclerotinia, consider spraying as a precaution when the row has half closed... Try to avoid the continued use of chlorothalonil to control leaf diseases in fields where sclerotinia is a problem...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The first sign of sclerotinia is a wilting branch or bush The white fluffy mycelium of S. sclerotiorum is similar to S. minor ... If the field has a history of sclerotinia, consider spraying as a precaution when the row has half closed... Try to avoid the continued use of chlorothalonil to control leaf diseases in fields where sclerotinia is a problem...
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