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Catalogue: GRDC Media
KEEP A LID ON STORED GRAIN PESTS: The tolerance for live storage pests in grain sold off-farm for the domestic human-consumption and export markets is zero... With more growers storing grain on-farm these days, it is critical that they identify pests early and monitor for pests on a regular basis... The guide provides descriptions and images of stored grain pests, information on how they can be monitored and identified, the control methods required, how to sample for resistance testing, as well as details of other useful resources...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Karnal bunt is a fungal disease of wheat, durum and triticale... Karnal bunt has a high potential impact on the value of stored grain if it were to establish in Australia... If you have difficulty accessing files from this website please contact us ...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Karnal bunt is a fungal disease of wheat, durum and triticale... Karnal bunt has a high potential impact on the value of stored grain if it were to establish in Australia... If you have difficulty accessing files from this website please contact us ...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Karnal bunt is a fungal disease of wheat, durum and triticale... Karnal bunt has a high potential impact on the value of stored grain if it were to establish in Australia... If you have difficulty accessing files from this website please contact us ...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Although harvest has begun in parts of the southern cropping region, growers are being reminded to not let down their guard with management of insect pests... Dr McDonald says the flightless beetles can become grain contaminants and he encourages growers in pest-prone areas to harvest windrows as soon as possible, preferably through the hottest part of the day which will reduce beetle loads... "The next generation of this pest can be controlled in summer, by removing surface plant material in February to prevent egg-laying and the development of large populations during the next crop growing season," Dr McDonald said...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Although harvest has begun in parts of the southern cropping region, growers are being reminded to not let down their guard with management of insect pests... Dr McDonald says the flightless beetles can become grain contaminants and he encourages growers in pest-prone areas to harvest windrows as soon as possible, preferably through the hottest part of the day which will reduce beetle loads... "The next generation of this pest can be controlled in summer, by removing surface plant material in February to prevent egg-laying and the development of large populations during the next crop growing season," Dr McDonald said...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
KEEP A LID ON STORED GRAIN PESTS: The tolerance for live storage pests in grain sold off-farm for the domestic human-consumption and export markets is zero... With more growers storing grain on-farm these days, it is critical that they identify pests early and monitor for pests on a regular basis... The guide provides descriptions and images of stored grain pests, information on how they can be monitored and identified, the control methods required, how to sample for resistance testing, as well as details of other useful resources...
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