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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Trials show cost of varieties mismatched with sowing time.. The GRDC Variety Specific Agronomy Project at Narrabri in northern NSW has shown that slower-maturing wheat and barley varieties sown in their appropriate early sowing window tend to yield best.. The results emphasise the importance of sowing the correct variety in the earlier part of the optimum sowing window...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Trials show cost of varieties mismatched with sowing time.. The GRDC Variety Specific Agronomy Project at Narrabri in northern NSW has shown that slower-maturing wheat and barley varieties sown in their appropriate early sowing window tend to yield best.. The results emphasise the importance of sowing the correct variety in the earlier part of the optimum sowing window...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
The levels present a high risk of yield loss in intolerant varieties... Tolerance is the ability of a variety to maintain yield in the presence of a pathogen e.g. Pt or the crown rot fungus... Previous research conducted by NSWDPI and NGA across 11 sites in northern NSW in 2007, has demonstrated that crown rot caused average yield losses of 20% in barley (up to 69% under drier conditions and hotter temperatures during grain-fill), 25% in bread wheat (up to 65%) and 58% in durum (up to 90%)...
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