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Growers are urged to carefully plan fungicide management strategies for net blotch in barley crops this season, following the discovery of a population of the disease resistant to commonly used fungicides... Curtin University researchers have discovered a barley net-type net blotch (NTNB) population from Western Australia resistant to the triazole (DMI) fungicide tebuconazole, as well as some other types of triazole fungicides... Dr Lopez-Ruiz said that if a second treatment was required, growers should then use fungicides with a different mode of action such as a prothioconazole, cyproconazole, propiconazole or epoxiconazole product that is registered for NTNB in barley...
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GRDC plant health technologies program manager Dr Ken Young says the CCDM's program of research has already increased the industry's understanding of pathogen epidemiology and the cause, spread and behaviour of some of the country's most damaging crop diseases... "The focus of the centre starts with the science breakthroughs we need to achieve further improvements, which will flow through to farming practices and productivity gains on-farm," he says... "By providing a level of funding certainty - in areas where we know long-term research is essential to industry viability - we give our research organisations the backing they need to make important expansion decisions and build and maintain resources," Mr Harvey says...
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Centre to tackle high cost of fungal diseases.. GRDC plant health technologies program manager Dr Ken Young says the CCDM's program of research has already increased the industry's understanding of pathogen epidemiology and the cause, spread and behaviour of some of the country's most damaging crop diseases... "By providing a level of funding certainty - in areas where we know long-term research is essential to industry viability - we give our research organisations the backing they need to make important expansion decisions and build and maintain resources," Mr Harvey says...
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The grains industry now has fast access to latest crop disease management information with the unveiling of a website for the new Centre for Crop and Disease Management (CCDM)... Caption 1: Centre for Crop and Disease Management (CCDM) director Mark Gibberd, left, with GRDC Western Panel Chairman Peter Roberts and CCDM extension manager John Noonan at the inaugural sundowner for the new CCDM, based at Curtin University in Perth through a bilateral research agreement with GRDC. Centre researchers outlined their latest findings from crop and disease management projects at the molecular science, agronomy and extension levels... The $100 million Centre is the first bilateral research agreement between the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) and an Australian university and will involve the construction of high quality research facilities at Curtin University...
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The grains industry now has fast access to latest crop disease management information with the unveiling of a website for the new Centre for Crop and Disease Management (CCDM)... Caption 1: Centre for Crop and Disease Management (CCDM) director Mark Gibberd, left, with GRDC Western Panel Chairman Peter Roberts and CCDM extension manager John Noonan at the inaugural sundowner for the new CCDM, based at Curtin University in Perth through a bilateral research agreement with GRDC. Centre researchers outlined their latest findings from crop and disease management projects at the molecular science, agronomy and extension levels... The $100 million Centre is the first bilateral research agreement between the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) and an Australian university and will involve the construction of high quality research facilities at Curtin University...
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A Curtin University research team is a 2014 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes finalist, recognising its research into diseases of wheat which will contribute to multi-million dollar savings to Australian agriculture... The team from the Centre for Crop and Disease Management (CCDM), led by Professor Richard Oliver, is a finalist in the Department of Agriculture Landcare Eureka Prize for Sustainable Agriculture... Caption: A team led by Crop and Disease Management (CCDM) director, Professor Richard Oliver is a 2014 Eureka Prizes finalist...
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A Curtin University research team is a 2014 Australian Museum Eureka Prizes finalist, recognising its research into diseases of wheat which will contribute to multi-million dollar savings to Australian agriculture... The team from the Centre for Crop and Disease Management (CCDM), led by Professor Richard Oliver, is a finalist in the Department of Agriculture Landcare Eureka Prize for Sustainable Agriculture... Caption: A team led by Crop and Disease Management (CCDM) director, Professor Richard Oliver is a 2014 Eureka Prizes finalist...
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Growers are urged to carefully plan fungicide management strategies for net blotch in barley crops this season, following the discovery of a population of the disease resistant to commonly used fungicides... Curtin University researchers have discovered a barley net-type net blotch (NTNB) population from Western Australia resistant to the triazole (DMI) fungicide tebuconazole, as well as some other types of triazole fungicides... Dr Lopez-Ruiz said that if a second treatment was required, growers should then use fungicides with a different mode of action such as a prothioconazole, cyproconazole, propiconazole or epoxiconazole product that is registered for NTNB in barley...
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