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Yield performance of potential new Lupin varieties confirmed the yield gain required to justify their release... Yield performance of Chickpea, Lupin, and Field pea varieties was adversely affected by the poor seasonal conditions in some districts... Adoption of the improved varieties will reduce the production risk for pulse crops in WA. Recorded at GRDC Updates, Western Region, Perth WA, 25-26 February 2013...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Chickpea pipeline flows with new varieties.. Chickpea industry has risen from near ruin to be worth an estimated $270 million in 2007.. New varieties to feature higher yield, better ascochyta resistance, better agronomic characteristics (pods higher off the ground, reduced lodging) and improved quality < Keep browsing..
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Barley is a major winter crop in southern Australia, ranked second behind wheat in area and production... Development of agronomic practices to improve barley production in new farming systems... Key issues will include sowing time, crop establishment, nitrogen response and harvest management of these new varieties, with one aim being to increase the proportion of the crop achieving malt specification...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Barley is a major winter crop in southern Australia, ranked second behind wheat in area and production... Development of agronomic practices to improve barley production in new farming systems... Key issues will include sowing time, crop establishment, nitrogen response and harvest management of these new varieties, with one aim being to increase the proportion of the crop achieving malt specification...
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Catalogue: GRDC 2014 Research Summaries
Australian farmers have incurred heavy losses due to frequent drought in the recent past as current chickpea varieties are not adapted to drought, cold and saline conditions besides the killer diseases like Fusarium wilt (FW), Botrytis grey mould (BGM) and Ascochyta blight (AB)... The losses caused by these stresses can be avoided by genetic options such as incorporating resistance genes and managing the stresses through chemicals and agronomic approaches... The improved varieties, once adopted by Australian farmers, will imply higher and stable grain yield with better grain quality and will reduce the cost of inputs and improve profitability for growers...
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