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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Disease carryover from 2014 for crown rot, rhizoctonia bare patch, yellow spot (also known as tan spot), net-type net blotch and take-all (along with root lesion nematodes) is likely to be high in many wheatbelt areas.. She says management options that can help to minimise yield losses resulting from crown rot in cereals include: choosing paddocks with low disease inoculum levels; sowing between stubble rows where there is likely to be less disease pressure; selecting a cereal type that is likely to have lower yield losses, such as barley, and avoiding highly susceptible cereal types, such as durum wheat; delaying nitrogen applications; and potentially using a seed dressing in moderate-risk paddocks... GRDC's eXtensionAUS: www.extensionaus.com.au/crown-rot-in-winter-cereals ; (western) www.extensionaus.com.au/crown-rot-cereals-western 2015 Crop Updates papers on crown rot and rhizoctonia bare patch: www.giwa.org.au/2015-crop-updates DAFWA 'Crop Diseases: forecast and management': www.agric.wa.gov.au/barley/crop-diseases-forecasts-and-management DAFWA AGWEST Plant Laboratories: www.agric.wa.gov.au/plant-biosecurity/agwest-plant-laboratories..
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Planning needed to limit disease carryover.. Disease carryover from 2014 for crown rot, rhizoctonia bare patch, yellow spot (also known as tan spot), net-type net blotch and take-all (along with root lesion nematodes) is likely to be high in many wheatbelt areas.. She says management options that can help to minimise yield losses resulting from crown rot in cereals include: choosing paddocks with low disease inoculum levels; sowing between stubble rows where there is likely to be less disease pressure; selecting a cereal type that is likely to have lower yield losses, such as barley, and avoiding highly susceptible cereal types, such as durum wheat; delaying nitrogen applications; and potentially using a seed dressing in moderate-risk paddocks...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
We use two graphs to display the data on the website... As more information is collected over a wider range of seasons we believe that confidence levels in their use will increase... Table 2 below details some of the areas we believe probes can play an important role...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
A survey of wheat stubble was carried out in 76 paddocks to quantify the extent of crown rot in southern NSW... Following discussion with Dr Andrew Milgate, Pathologist NSW DPI, it was decided that a survey of wheat paddocks should be undertaken in order to quantify the incidence of crown rot... chris@rmsag.com.au www.rmsag.com.au < Keep browsing 0 Responses to Survey of the incidence of crown rot in wheat paddocks in 2012..
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Stop disease and pest cycles in their tracks with crop checks this harvest.. Growers are being urged to test wheat and barley crops before or at harvest that are showing signs of soilborne diseases and pests - especially fusarium crown rot, rhizoctonia bare patch and root lesion nematodes (RLN)... Crown rot is caused by the soilborne fungus fusarium ( F. pseudograminearum and F. culmorum ), which infects plants at the crown and reduces water supply to the head...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Stop disease and pest cycles in their tracks with crop checks this harvest.. Test suspect wheat and barley paddocks for crown rot, rhizoctonia and root lesion nematodes this harvest to prepare for rotation planning in 2015... Growers are being urged to test wheat and barley crops before or at harvest that are showing signs of soilborne diseases and pests - especially fusarium crown rot, rhizoctonia bare patch and root lesion nematodes (RLN)...
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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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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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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Mortality of volunteer cereal and grass plants, especially resulting from pre-seeding knockdown herbicide, triggers mass dispersal of WCM onto germinating crops within or bordering virus source paddocks... WCM and WSMV were present in 7 of 18 paddocks found to contain volunteer cereals during May-June 2009 in the central and southern agricultural areas... The low levels found suggest that a late dispersal of WCM resulted from the source paddock (or elsewhere) to the surrounding crops...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Stop the Spot unlocks clues for tackling crop disease.. Yellow spot, known overseas as tan spot, causes national wheat crop losses of $212 million, plus control costs of $463 million per annum... To assist the campaign, growers are urged to send in leaf samples of yellow spot, which will enable researchers at the Centre for Crop and Disease Management (CCDM) to develop genetic tools for breeders, monitor biosecurity risks and have an understanding of how the pathogen may be changing in the paddock...
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