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South Australian grower Geoff Bond says biosecurity measures implemented to control branched broomrape weed have provided wider benefits on his family's property at Mannum... PHOTO: Judi Bellati South Australian grower Geoff Bond, from Mannum, says biosecurity measures introduced since 1999 as part of the state's quarantine zone for the noxious weed branched broomrape have provided a range of on-farm benefits... In July 2012, a two-year program started the transition to a management program that aims to contain branched broomrape, but removes some of the quarantine restrictions previously in place...
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The Grains Research and Development Corporation has developed a new fact sheet to help growers identify, manage and prepare for Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus (BYDV), a disease which can affect all cereal crops... Research scientist Trent Potter says that growers should be proactive and develop a Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus management plan which includes crop monitoring, green bridge management, pre-sowing seed treatment and foliar pesticide sprays... Mr Potter says BYDV is transmitted from plant to plant by aphids, which spread easily throughout regions, specifically when they take flight in autumn, coinciding with critical crop development, and again in spring...
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The Grains Research and Development Corporation has developed a new fact sheet to help growers identify, manage and prepare for Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus (BYDV), a disease which can affect all cereal crops... Research scientist Trent Potter says that growers should be proactive and develop a Barley Yellow Dwarf Virus management plan which includes crop monitoring, green bridge management, pre-sowing seed treatment and foliar pesticide sprays... Mr Potter says BYDV is transmitted from plant to plant by aphids, which spread easily throughout regions, specifically when they take flight in autumn, coinciding with critical crop development, and again in spring...
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