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A bridge too far - weeds a reservoir for hidden diseases.. Weeds that survive in a bridge, both living and dead, harbour multiple crop diseases including crown rot, rust and powdery mildew, says Sue Thompson from the Queensland Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry (DAFF)... Controlling weeds in green and brown bridges is a community issue and requires neighbours to work together to remove volunteers and weeds, Ms Thompson says...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
The path to healthy winter crop yields starts with diligent control of the green bridge of over-summering weeds and volunteer cereal plants, according to Dr Rohan Rainbow, Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)... The GRDC's annual St Patrick's Day reminder to control the green bridge has taken on extra importance this year after a wet fallow period... Log in or register to leave a comment...
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Control of the green bridge gives crops a better chance to reach their potential by reducing the risk of pests and diseases surviving between seasons, while preserving valuable soil moisture and nutrients... keY poINTS The green bridge provides a 'between season' host for insects and diseases (particularly rusts) that pose a serious threat to future crops and can be expensive to control later in the season... In Western Australia, modelling is used to help identify the green bridge risk...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Control of the green bridge gives crops a better chance to reach their potential by reducing the risk of pests and diseases surviving between seasons, while preserving valuable soil moisture and nutrients... keY poINTS The green bridge provides a 'between season' host for insects and diseases (particularly rusts) that pose a serious threat to future crops and can be expensive to control later in the season... In Western Australia, modelling is used to help identify the green bridge risk...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Control of the green bridge gives crops a better chance to reach their potential by reducing the risk of pests and diseases surviving between seasons, while preserving valuable soil moisture and nutrients... keY poINTS The green bridge provides a 'between season' host for insects and diseases (particularly rusts) that pose a serious threat to future crops and can be expensive to control later in the season... In Western Australia, modelling is used to help identify the green bridge risk...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) is once again calling on grain growers to set aside St Patrick's Day on March 17 to assess and begin control of the green bridge of volunteer cereals... The green bridge of plants carrying rust spores into the winter crop season is a major contributor to rust incursions, according to Rohan Rainbow, GRDC senior manager plant health... Dr Rainbow says the best preventative strategies for managing the rust threat are to select rust-resistant varieties, treat seed and control the green bridge of volunteers and weeds...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) is once again calling on grain growers to set aside St Patrick's Day on March 17 to assess and begin control of the green bridge of volunteer cereals... The green bridge of plants carrying rust spores into the winter crop season is a major contributor to rust incursions, according to Rohan Rainbow, GRDC senior manager plant health... Dr Rainbow says the best preventative strategies for managing the rust threat are to select rust-resistant varieties, treat seed and control the green bridge of volunteers and weeds...
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