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An understanding of the various factors that combine to drive cost effective spray timing will be a key focus for farm advisers attending a practical cereal foliar disease workshop in Temora... The Grains Research and Development Corporation-supported two-day workshop in March will discuss the cutting edge of cereal disease management, enabling advisers to pass on the latest knowledge and insights to their grain-growing clients... The small group workshop will cover issues including: relating cereal growth stages and disease epidemiology to spray decisions; using stem dissection to identify when key leaves for protection are emerging; the impact of environment and day degrees on crop and disease development; understanding where new and old fungicides fit; and identifying key intervention points for disease management in cereals...
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An understanding of the various factors that combine to drive cost effective spray timing will be a key focus for farm advisers attending a practical cereal foliar disease workshop in Adelaide... The Grains Research and Development Corporation-supported two-day workshop in March will discuss the cutting edge of cereal disease management, enabling advisers to pass on the latest knowledge and insights to their grain-growing clients... The small group workshop will cover issues including: relating cereal growth stages and disease epidemiology to spray decisions; using stem dissection to identify when key leaves for protection are emerging; the impact of environment and day degrees on crop and disease development; understanding where new and old fungicides fit; and identifying key intervention points for disease management in cereals...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
An understanding of the various factors that combine to drive cost effective spray timing will be a key focus for farm advisers attending a practical cereal foliar disease workshop in Adelaide... The Grains Research and Development Corporation-supported two-day workshop in March will discuss the cutting edge of cereal disease management, enabling advisers to pass on the latest knowledge and insights to their grain-growing clients... The small group workshop will cover issues including: relating cereal growth stages and disease epidemiology to spray decisions; using stem dissection to identify when key leaves for protection are emerging; the impact of environment and day degrees on crop and disease development; understanding where new and old fungicides fit; and identifying key intervention points for disease management in cereals...
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The workshop on March 17 will bring together a range of plant pathologists, agronomists and researchers who will deliver an update on best practice septoria management in the high rainfall zone... Speakers will also review other priority diseases for 2016 such as crown rot, eye spot and leaf rust... Speakers at the Riverton workshop will include Dr Hugh Wallwork and Dr Marg Evans from the South Australian Research and Development Institute; Dr Andrew Milgate from New South Wales Department of Primary Industries; Nick Poole from the Foundation for Arable Research; and Agrilink consultant Mick Faulkner...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
The workshop on March 17 will bring together a range of plant pathologists, agronomists and researchers who will deliver an update on best practice septoria management in the high rainfall zone... Speakers will also review other priority diseases for 2016 such as crown rot, eye spot and leaf rust... Speakers at the Riverton workshop will include Dr Hugh Wallwork and Dr Marg Evans from the South Australian Research and Development Institute; Dr Andrew Milgate from New South Wales Department of Primary Industries; Nick Poole from the Foundation for Arable Research; and Agrilink consultant Mick Faulkner...
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