You are here

kabuli chickpea

Categorised under:

Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
State of Western Australia, 2004 Agribusiness Crop Updates 2004 CONTENTS Page 2003 PULSE INDUSTRY HIGHLIGHTS .................................................................................... 1.. Previous research conducted by the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia established that blackspot of field pea (Mycosphaerella pinodes) is producing windborne ascospores through out the season... Eighty nine different grain legume lines; 22 desi chickpea, nine kabuli chickpea, 10 faba bean, 15 lentil, seven lupin and 26 field pea were evaluated under irrigated conditions at Medina Research Station in 2003...
Related categories:
Catalogue: Ground Cover
Controlling Phytophthora root rot (PRR) in chickpea crops is a two-step process, says Dr Kevin Moore, a plant pathologist from the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries (DPI) in Tamworth... In a paper presented at the March GRDC Research Update in Goondiwindi, Queensland, Dr Moore emphasised that although there are no in-crop control measures for PRR, there are two steps that reduce the risk of damage... Dr Moore leads the chickpea component of a GRDC-funded research project that includes investigating the effects of PRR on commercial chickpea varieties, advanced breeding lines and hybrids with wild relatives of chickpea...
Related categories:
Catalogue: Ground Cover
Chef Simon Bryant is on a mission to raise the profile of pulses... Simon, from ABC TV's The Cook and the Chef , and Ragini, from Adelaide restaurant Dhaba at the Spice Kitchen, have conceived a 'passion for pulses' conference and dinner menu to showcase the end uses of pulses to conference delegates... Simon and Ragini have prepared a colourful menu featuring pakora (fried vegetable fritters tossed in chickpea flour), a germinated-chickpea hommus, and rasam (a red lentil seafood broth including Mulloway, South Australian prawns and mussels)...
Related categories:
Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
" Print the page Ascochyta blight is a serious disease of chickpeas... Long-term tillage and rotation trials conducted by the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry and the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries have shown that through the adoption of best management practice (BMP) and breaking cereal monocultures by allocating 15-20% of winter cropping area to chickpeas, leading growers in Queensland and New South Wales have seen an average increase of 1 t/ha in yield and 1% in grain protein content in their following wheat crops... Agronomic guidelines for best management practice are widely available through the websites and publications of the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, New South Wales Department of Primary Industries and Pulse Australia...
Related categories:
Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
" Print the page Ascochyta blight is a serious disease of chickpeas... Long-term tillage and rotation trials conducted by the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry and the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries have shown that through the adoption of best management practice (BMP) and breaking cereal monocultures by allocating 15-20% of winter cropping area to chickpeas, leading growers in Queensland and New South Wales have seen an average increase of 1 t/ha in yield and 1% in grain protein content in their following wheat crops... Agronomic guidelines for best management practice are widely available through the websites and publications of the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, New South Wales Department of Primary Industries and Pulse Australia...
Related categories:
Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
" Print the page Ascochyta blight is a serious disease of chickpeas... Long-term tillage and rotation trials conducted by the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry and the New South Wales Department of Primary Industries have shown that through the adoption of best management practice (BMP) and breaking cereal monocultures by allocating 15-20% of winter cropping area to chickpeas, leading growers in Queensland and New South Wales have seen an average increase of 1 t/ha in yield and 1% in grain protein content in their following wheat crops... Agronomic guidelines for best management practice are widely available through the websites and publications of the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, New South Wales Department of Primary Industries and Pulse Australia...
Related categories: