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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
Mention of a trade name or company in this publication does not imply endorsement of any product or company by the Department of Agriculture... The very different scenario that emerged in NSW with widespread infection in 2005 compared with the previous smallscale detections in 2003 and 2004 has highlighted the potential of this exotic pathogen, initially considered to be relatively benign, to cause major losses when conditions favour its epidemics... Nitrogen management also needs to be right, soil needs to be tested and rates applied ...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (North)
Grains Research Update for Growers Coolah August 9, 2000 include screening grain for presence of toxins like pyrrolizidine alkaloids (heliotrope) and corynetoxins (ryegrass)... It can be expected that adoption of no-tillage or stubble retention is likely to remain low for continuous cereal production in areas where no long-term yield benefit can be demonstrated... Grains Research Update for Growers Coolah August 9, 2000 management Desiccation Harvest - Pea weevil - see Managing Pea Weevil - Heliothis - see Insect and Mite Control in Field Crops 1999 For harvest planning, seed quality, weed control, better harvesting...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
Grains Research Update for Growers Coolah August 9, 2000 include screening grain for presence of toxins like pyrrolizidine alkaloids (heliotrope) and corynetoxins (ryegrass)... It can be expected that adoption of no-tillage or stubble retention is likely to remain low for continuous cereal production in areas where no long-term yield benefit can be demonstrated... Grains Research Update for Growers Coolah August 9, 2000 management Desiccation Harvest - Pea weevil - see Managing Pea Weevil - Heliothis - see Insect and Mite Control in Field Crops 1999 For harvest planning, seed quality, weed control, better harvesting...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Variety trials sow the way to cropping profits.. "Not only did this analysis indicate a large difference in margin, it also showed that in some regions selecting a wheat variety classified Australian Hard (AH) rather than Australian Prime White (APW) was costing growers income," Mr Giles said... "NVT Online is regularly reviewed and improved; in the past 12 months visits to the website have increased by about 28 per cent and page use has increased by 15 per cent compared with the previous year," Mr Giles said...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
InterGrain, the new West Australian wheat breeding company, has made an immediate impact in the market by the release of two outstanding new varieties, the high yielding Australian Premium White (APW) variety Magenta and the premium quality udon noodle grade variety Yandanooka... The Department of Agriculture and Food WA (DAFWA) Wheat Breeding Program, which has consistently provided 80 - 90 per cent of varieties grown by WA farmers in the last decade, has transformed into the company InterGrain... Intergrain Wheat Breeder, Dr Iain Barclay, stresses that a particular strength of InterGrain's program is that wheat varieties are bred to cope with the stressful environment in WA. "We also look for parental material which will perform in different and even hostile soil conditions, such as acid, alkaline, saline, micronutrient deficient, waterlogged and boron or aluminium toxic soil," he said...
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