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" GCTV9: Banding Fungicide in Cereals 17 December 2012 Field trials show the placement of fungicide above and below the seed as cereal crops are sown improves the level of protection against Rhizoctonia... 34.2: Alan McKay: Principal Scientist SARDI This particular plot we have barley and the 40.93: three rows of this side have had the fungicide applied deep banded below the seed... The plant has a seed treatment, which is the current 288.96: practice for people trying to use fungicides to protect plants from Rhizoctonia, so the 293.59: seminal root system is not too bad but we 299.599: we 306.199: good protection of the seminal roots and we 310.289: So it looks like we 315.449: help support some banding recommendations for these new fungicides...
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Bayer CropScience has undertaken extensive research in Australia that demonstrates how the seed treatment insecticide imidacloprid, available as Hombre (tebuconazole + imidacloprid) and Zorro (triadimenol + imidacloprid) can be used to improve the yield of wheat, barley and oats... The responses that can be seen include an increase in the growth rate or an increase in the green colour of the plants compared to the untreated plants... Since 2003, in excess of 42 research and demonstration trials have been carried out across Australia to qualify and quantify the benefits that Hombre and Zorro can offer in the production of cereals...
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