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Dr Malcolm Ryley from Agri-Science Queensland says summer crops in the northern grain-growing region can harbour fungal diseases that cause major yield losses in subsequent winter crops... "Sorghum crops should not be planted into or near winter cereal stubble likely to be infected with the pathogen," Dr Ryley says... Dr Ryley says favourable conditions for plant diseases in the past year show some pathogens can be found well outside their usual range...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
A leading plant pathologist has urged growers to carefully consider how they sequence or rotate consecutive grain crops to minimise plant diseases resulting from the increased use of pulses and summer crops in rotations... Dr Malcolm Ryley from Agri-Science Queensland says summer crops in the northern grain-growing region can harbour fungal diseases that cause major yield losses in subsequent winter crops... "Sorghum crops should not be planted into or near winter cereal stubble likely to be infected with the pathogen," Dr Ryley says...
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