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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
Plant populations for wheat varieties Christine M. Zaicou-Kunesch, Wal Anderson, Darshan Sharma, Brenda Shackley and Mohammad Amjad ~ wheat agronomy team workshop New wheat cultivars response to fertiliser nitrogen in four major agricultural regions of Western Australia Mohammad Amjad, Wal Anderson, Brenda Shackley, Darshan Sharma and Christine Zaicou-Kunesch ~ wheat agronomy team workshop Agronomic package for EGA Eagle Rock Steve Penny ~ wheat agronomy team workshop Field evaluation of eastern and western wheats in large-scale farmer's trials Mohammad Amjad, Ben Curtis and Veronika Reck ~ oral New wheat varieties for a changing environment Richard Richards ~ plenary Farmers can profitably minimise exposure to frost!.. Crop Updates is a partnership between the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia and the Grains Research & Development Corporation i.. Shallow seeding is recommended...
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Catalogue: Online Farm Trials
Not specified.. Download the trial report to view additional trial information.. Available water capacity computed for each of the specified depth increments..
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Blade, Kite, EGA Eagle Rock, and Sloop SA barley showed tolerance to metribuzin, exhibiting little change in seedling density and anthesis dry matter (DM) when treated with metribuzin (187.5 and 375 g/ha)... Estimates of regression parameter B (slope s.e.) for seedling density (plants/m2) and shoot DM (g/m2) of wheat genotypes treated with metribuzin (0, 187.5, and 375 g/ha) at a eld site at Cleve in 2004 Two-tailed t-tests were performed to compare differences in B (slope) values with Spear, a sensitive genotype... There is a need to identify alternative sources of metribuzin tolerance, which can be incorporated into Australian wheats...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Our aim was to investigate the interaction of nitrogen and fungicide in the control of yellow spot in wheat varieties of varying yellow spot resistance... The results of the trial suggest that nitrogen and fungicide are each effective on their own, and also in combination, for managing leaf spot diseases on susceptible wheat varieties... Nitrogen application increases the vigour of wheat plants and number of tillers and can increase yield and may allow for fungicide application to be more effective, particularly on susceptible wheat varieties...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
Our aim was to investigate the interaction of nitrogen and fungicide in the control of yellow spot in wheat varieties of varying yellow spot resistance... CONCLUSION The results of this trial suggest that nitrogen and fungicide are each effective on their own, and also in combination, for managing leaf spot diseases on susceptible wheat varieties... Nitrogen application increases the vigour of wheat plants and number of tillers and can increase yield and may allow for fungicide application to be more effective, particularly on susceptible wheat varieties...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
The development of dwarf milling oats has the potential to offer growers improved yields and improved agronomy... All plots in all experiments were cultivated 13 cm deep (8 cm below wheat seed sown 5 cm deep) to minimise any cultivation effect of the deep banded treatments on wheat grain yields... We obtained no responses to the fertiliser treatments in our experiments, except for the 1 P experiment near Newdegate, where the response was due to mixing of P applied in no-till in previous years through the top 10 cm of soil rather than to P drilled with seed in the current year...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
" Agribusiness Crop Updates 2006 Table 1... Overall, the plots that had flutriafol applied also gave the greatest grain yield than the plots that had no fungicide at seeding... Roots growing into drying soil would similarly experience an Crop Updates is a partnership between the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia and the Grains Research & Development Corporation 109..
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