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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Based on ACAS protocols, this blackleg resistance rating system is compiled from data supplied by all canola breeding programs and associated pathologists throughout Australia... The national system is based on the most up to date data available and will ensure consistent ratings for Australia... Click on the link below for the Blackleg resistance ratings guide...
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Canola disease pioneer recognised with GRDC award.. Dr Marcroft, who is based at Horsham in Victoria where he owns and operates Marcroft Grains Pathology, is highly respected and regarded around the nation and the globe for his leading role in findings into the occurrence and management of the damaging blackleg disease... GRDC Southern Regional Panel deputy chair Peter Schwarz, who presented the award to Dr Marcroft at the National Canola Pathology Workshop in Melbourne (Victoria), said Dr Marcroft continued to perform a vital function in providing growers and advisers with important information relating to blackleg disease in canola...
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Dr Marcroft, who is based at Horsham in Victoria where he owns and operates Marcroft Grains Pathology, is highly respected and regarded around the nation and the globe for his leading role in findings into the occurrence and management of the damaging blackleg disease... GRDC Southern Regional Panel deputy chair Peter Schwarz, who presented the award to Dr Marcroft at the National Canola Pathology Workshop in Melbourne (Victoria), said Dr Marcroft continued to perform a vital function in providing growers and advisers with important information relating to blackleg disease in canola... In collaboration with Dr John Kirkegaard from CSIRO Plant Industry, Dr Marcroft also developed the concept of dual purpose canola, for grazing and seed production, and provided recommendations on how to graze canola without increasing susceptibility to blackleg...
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