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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Seasonal conditions and an increase in area planted to canola in 2013 meant the season was a bumper one for fungal diseases... Blackleg severity increased across all cultivars evaluated at blackleg monitoring sites in southern New South Wales and northern Victoria, and the mild winter followed by rainfall in July and August provided ideal conditions for sclerotinia... While the focus of the project is on the big-ticket items - blackleg and sclerotinia - it is also examining the impact of other diseases, including white leaf spot, alternaria and powdery mildew...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
disease control using fungicides is an economic decision... fungicide timing Factors that influence spray timing recommendations include: growth stage; level of disease; length of the grain fill period; crop yield expectations; whether the region/season is high or low rainfall and if an early seasonal cut-off is expected; the resistance rating of the variety; and the likelihood of disease... Factors to consider in making this decision are: the presence of disease; yield potential; potential loss of yield and quality; commodity prices; and cost of fungicide plus application...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
disease control using fungicides is an economic decision... fungicide timing Factors that influence spray timing recommendations include: growth stage; level of disease; length of the grain fill period; crop yield expectations; whether the region/season is high or low rainfall and if an early seasonal cut-off is expected; the resistance rating of the variety; and the likelihood of disease... Factors to consider in making this decision are: the presence of disease; yield potential; potential loss of yield and quality; commodity prices; and cost of fungicide plus application...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
disease control using fungicides is an economic decision... fungicide timing Factors that influence spray timing recommendations include: growth stage; level of disease; length of the grain fill period; crop yield expectations; whether the region/season is high or low rainfall and if an early seasonal cut-off is expected; the resistance rating of the variety; and the likelihood of disease... Factors to consider in making this decision are: the presence of disease; yield potential; potential loss of yield and quality; commodity prices; and cost of fungicide plus application...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Stop the rot - early intervention key to disease control.. Canola leaves infected with sclerotinia.. Early infection of canola leaves by sclerotinia often starts at the base of the leaf...
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