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" GCTV Extension Files: Wheat Varieties 2014 - NSW 02 April 2014 New South Wales cereal specialist Peter Matthews comments on wheat varieties being sown this season in the east... Last year crown rot 29.199: was a big issue so growers need to look at their wheat varieties look at their farming 33.53: systems and their paddocks and decide is it going to be important and look to chose a 37.499: variety that will be able to tolerate crown rot, will give them the highest yield possible 42.309: in the presence of crown rot... Now one variety, Sunguard it has been around for a number 46.359: of years has one of the highest ratings in terms of crown rot tolerance so it is an option 51.249: for growers to grow a specific variety or chose a variety that has some tolerance to 55.499: something like crown rot...
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Sowing dates - Getting the best from our varieties and optimising whole-farm wheat yield (NSW).. For the change to happen, planting of slow maturing varieties with either stronger vernalisation (winter wheats) or photo-period requirements (slow maturing spring wheats) will be necessary... In a dry-land farming situation where irrigation would not be possible, the early-sown slow varieties would have had an even greater yield advantage over the later-sown faster varieties as the rain that allowed them to emerge did not fall until 25 May...
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Increased testing of grain deliveries aims to help ensure variety declarations are accurate... Unintentional mistakes can happen in seed handling that ultimately expose growers to greater disease risk and potentially compromise the quality and marketability of Australian grains... Intentional false declaration of varieties to avoid end point royalties is illegal, has the potential to compromise the quality and marketability of Australian grains, and can undermine the productivity gains delivered through plant breeding...
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Increased testing of grain deliveries aims to help ensure variety declarations are accurate... Unintentional mistakes can happen in seed handling that ultimately expose growers to greater disease risk and potentially compromise the quality and marketability of Australian grains... Intentional false declaration of varieties to avoid end point royalties is illegal, has the potential to compromise the quality and marketability of Australian grains, and can undermine the productivity gains delivered through plant breeding...
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Northern chickpea growers could incur additional disease management costs this year by failing to ensure the identity and purity of their varieties... NSW Department of Primary Industries (NSW DPI) plant pathologist Dr Kevin Moore recommended that growers obtain their seed from a registered seed merchant or implement a quality control system if retaining their own seed, to avoid accidental contamination or misidentification of a seed lot... "The best option is for growers to purchase seed from accredited seed merchants or their agencies to avoid varietal contamination and keep markets and disease management options secure - you can't manage what you don't know...
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The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) is urging growers to take a proactive approach to varietal purity this year in order to maximise crop yield potential and capitalise on the current bullish market... NSW Department of Primary Industries (NSW DPI) plant pathologist Dr Kevin Moore recommended that growers obtain their seed from a registered seed merchant or implement a quality control system if retaining their own seed, to avoid accidental contamination or misidentification of a seed lot... "The best option is for growers to purchase seed from accredited seed merchants or their agencies to avoid varietal contamination and keep markets and disease management options secure - you can't manage what you don't know...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
The use of fungicides on specific canola varieties requires all the key factors to be considered; varieties genetic resistance, rainfall intensity and timing, sowing date, rotations, stubble load, types of cultivation, time of sporulation events, isolation distances, previous variety histories, specifically blackleg groups... At individual trial sites, some varieties showed yield increases of up to 500kg/ha and gross returns up to $300/ha with different fungicide combinations... It is important to recognise that individual trial results showed some significant yield responses from different fungicide combinations or treatments on some varieties due to the interaction of three main factors; varieties genetic resistance, amount and timing of rainfall and sporulation events and the history of varietal cultivation in and around trial area leading to higher amounts of different pathogenic isolates at each location...
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03 5441 6176 03 5444 4299 admin@orm.com.au CAUTION: RESEARCH ON UNREGISTERED PESTICIDE USE Any research with unregistered pesticides or of unregistered products reported in this document does not constitute a recommendation for that particular use by the authors, the authors' organisations or the management committee... If you have a blackleg problem and are growing a susceptible cultivar your first action should be to change to a cultivar with higher levels of resistance... In comparing while many farm decisions are made intuitive versus logical analytical under the influence of a DSS which provide learning reasoning he suggests the either/or approach to on a topic, they are not necessarily used every time the dichotomies is destructive and goes on to say a decision is made...
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Gross margins achieved on-farm for wheat in 2011 may have been lower than shown in Table 2... The gross margin calculations depicted in Figure 5 assumed that canola yielded 50 % of wheat at that site in that year... In comparing while many farm decisions are made intuitive versus logical analytical under the influence of a DSS which provide learning reasoning he suggests the either/or approach to on a topic, they are not necessarily used every time the dichotomies is destructive and goes on to say a decision is made...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
Gross margins achieved on-farm for wheat in 2011 may have been lower than shown in Table 2... The gross margin calculations depicted in Figure 5 assumed that canola yielded 50 % of wheat at that site in that year... In comparing while many farm decisions are made intuitive versus logical analytical under the influence of a DSS which provide learning reasoning he suggests the either/or approach to on a topic, they are not necessarily used every time the dichotomies is destructive and goes on to say a decision is made...
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