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For more info go to http://www.nvtonline.com.au and http://www.grdc.com.au/UpdateProceedings WATCH MORE: GroundCover TV story on Early Sowing for Optimal Flowering: http://www.grdc.com.au/GCTV13-OptimalFlowering READ MORE: article: http://www.grdc.com.au/GC109-EarlySowingStrategies 7.49: GCTV Extension Files: Early Sowing Opportunities 7.529: Presenter: James Hunt CSIRO Plant Industry If you want to take advantage of early sowing 10.04: opportunities and plant a slow maturing wheat either a winter wheat or a slow maturing spring 14.469: wheat you really need to change your agronomy and make sure that you 20.41: set-up to do that... The best way of achieving that is through a double break and that is 36.23: a situation where you might have a pasture or a hay crop or a grain legume and then the 41.58: next year you have a canola so you have got two good years of control on grass weeds and 46.79: you have also suppressed root diseases like Take-All and you are really setup to be able 51.33: to grab an early sowing opportunity and go in and sow a slow maturing wheat without getting 56.479: a knockdown on any of the weeds... For 125.09: instance in southern NSW if you have got Wedgetail and Gregory, Wedgetail being a winter wheat, 130.74: Gregory a mid-fast spring wheat you can take advantage of a sowing opportunity over a three 136.75: month period by switching which variety you choose then you maximise the yield of both 142.2: by ensuring that as much of that crop is flowering during the optimal period...
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Early sowing pay-off rests on variety choice.. Whistler shows promise for early sowing at Doodlakine and Wickepin, WA.. EGA Wedgetail performed well sown early at Quambatook, Victoria..
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Early sowing pay-off rests on variety choice.. Whistler shows promise for early sowing at Doodlakine and Wickepin, WA.. " because of the poor adaptation of EGA Wedgetail to SA, even if sown in early to mid-April it is unlikely to yield as well as Mace when Mace is sown in its optimal window," he says...
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Charlie Clemson likes to have his sowing equipment organised and well maintained so he is ready to sow Bolac wheat by 10 April on his family's property south of Ardlethan in southern New South Wales... "The Bolac wheat sown at the Clemsons' farm on 4 April was probably exposed to enough day length to speed its development, and it had started flowering on 5 August, a good month before the optimal period in that environment," Dr Hunt says... The Clemsons' 2013 yield results have supported CSIRO, FarmLink and NSW Department of Primary Industries experiments showing the yield advantages of slow-maturing wheats sown early...
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Charlie Clemson likes to have his sowing equipment organised and well maintained so he is ready to sow Bolac wheat by 10 April on his family's property south of Ardlethan in southern New South Wales... "The Bolac wheat sown at the Clemsons' farm on 4 April was probably exposed to enough day length to speed its development, and it had started flowering on 5 August, a good month before the optimal period in that environment," Dr Hunt says... The Clemsons' 2013 yield results have supported CSIRO, FarmLink and NSW Department of Primary Industries experiments showing the yield advantages of slow-maturing wheats sown early...
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" GCTV13: Wheat Optimal Flowering for More Yield Part 2 02 April 2014.. WATCH MORE: Part 1 of the Optimal Flowering video: http://www.grdc.com.au/GCTV13-OptimalFlowering Extension Files instructional videos: http://www.grdc.com.au/GCTV13-EarlySownWheat READ MORE: GroundCover article: http://www.grdc.com.au/GC109-EarlySowingStrategies 0.41: GCTV Ep#13 Optimal Flowering Part 2 4.97: Narrator: Darryl Anderson So you are open to the idea that an early-sown 10.23: slow-maturing wheat variety added to your planting schedule can help maximise the amount 14.839: of crop flowering during the optimal period, and so increase whole farm yield... 121.85: James Hunt: The best way of managing that if you want 124.28: to sow early is to tissue test in winter, in June, to see if you have any infection 129.8: after you have been grazing usually, and if you do have any infection you are probably 134.1: better off spraying the crop out and resowing with a really fast maturing spring wheat or 138.84: barley...
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" New research on early planting for slow maturing wheat 15 April 2013 CSIRO researcher Dr James Hunt talks early planting for slow maturing wheat varieties... Technology to reduce spray drift GCTV: Drift Reducing Technology..
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In summary, 20 trials have now recently been undertaken across a number of seasons and locations in NSW. None of them have demonstrated S responses in yield or oil %. This does not exclude deficiency and yield penalties from occurring but does highlight that the frequency and the likelihood is not high... In summary, using Yield Prophet as a way of increasing soil water knowledge is more difficult to trial than probes... In summary, the growth in the use of probes to understand soil water is easily explained using the framework above...
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Supported by GRDC Grains Research Update for Growers sponsored by.. The varieties used are poorly adapted to SA conditions, particularly with regard to boron tolerance... Barley yellow dwarf virus (BYDV) can be a threat in all environments, but is particularly important in the South East and Mid North of SA, and it is recommended that seed be treated with imidicloprid, or crops closely monitored for aphid infestation and sprayed ...
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" GCTV13: Wheat Optimal Flowering for More Yield Part 1 15 April 2014.. 25.46: James Hunt: CSIRO Plant Industry Having slower maturity and particularly winter 29.07: wheats just gives us more options more opportunities to get a crop up earlier and have it flowering 35.25: in that optimal window... 177.16: So what that means practically on a farm is that you can sow anytime from the end of February 182.16: through to the start of May and if you are using a winter wheat adapted to your environment 187.21: you 189.25: Narrator: With no-till farming doing a better job of 191.89: retaining soil moisture, the odds of an early sown crop establishing well are pretty solid...
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