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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The recent development of Group A and M multiple-resistant annual ryegrass serves as a stark reminder that persistent use of any herbicide mode of action group can cause resistance... The purpose of the experiment was to determine the best Group A treatments for the control of glyphosate-resistant barnyard grass, when treated at the mid to late tillering growth stage... The purpose of the experiment was to confirm which Group A herbicides provide satisfactory control of glyphosate-resistant barnyard grass under field conditions, and to compare results with those obtained from the glasshouse experiment...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The recent development of Group A and M multiple-resistant annual ryegrass serves as a stark reminder that persistent use of any herbicide mode of action group can cause resistance... The purpose of the experiment was to determine the best Group A treatments for the control of glyphosate-resistant barnyard grass, when treated at the mid to late tillering growth stage... The purpose of the experiment was to confirm which Group A herbicides provide satisfactory control of glyphosate-resistant barnyard grass under field conditions, and to compare results with those obtained from the glasshouse experiment...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
The project was designed to provide growers with information on the herbicide tolerance of new pasture legume species... As part of Project DAW00031, 90 yellow serradella accessions were evaluated for their tolerance to MCPA and metribuzin # across two replicated glasshouse experiments after laboriously extracting 150-250 seeds per accession by hand from pod segments... Initially all the accessions were evaluated for their tolerance to Jaguar, Lexone, MCPA and Tigrex over three experiments...
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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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