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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...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
To prevent ascochyta infection, a first Bravo at 1.5 L/ha (chlorothalonil) spray was applied on 14 July and the following 3 applications were done at 3 week intervals... Pre-emergent metribuzin application at 210 g a.i/ha caused no significant yield reduction in all the three chickpea varieties (Table 2), confirming that 210 g a.i/ha metribuzin was safe to use as pre-emergent on these chickpea varieties... The Kabuli chickpea line IG 96220 registered no significant grain yield loss when metribuzin applied post-emergent at rates from 56 to 225 g/ha whilst the standard variety Moti suffered 35% grain yield loss at 225 g a.i/ha rate (Table 2)...
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