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Catalogue: GRDC 2014 Research Summaries
" Trait discovery in wild barley using the nested-association mapping population HEB-25.. Wild barley contains the largest pool of genetic diversity due it "s unadapted weed like " nature increased resources are required to incorporate wild barley into mainstream breeding programs... As a result the diversity contained in wild barley has to-date been largely unexploited...
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Catalogue: NVT Online Papers
Department of Environment and Primary Industries, Horsham Department of Environment and Primary Industries, Horsham Laucke Flour Mills AGT University of Adelaide 22 Victorian Winter Crop Summary 2014.. Department of Environment and Primary Industries, Horsham Department of Environment and Primary Industries, Horsham South Australian Research and Development Institute South Australian Research and Development Institute South Australian Research and Development Institute 38 Victorian Winter Crop Summary 2014.. In shorter season chickpea environments, such as the Victorian Mallee, PBA Monarch has yielded similarly to Genesis 090...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Lupins provide a valuable pulse component of crop rotations in South Australia (SA) and Victoria (VIC), particularly on low fertility neutral to acid sands where other pulse crops perform poorly... Early generation lines from breeding programs in Western Australia (WA) and New South Wales (NSW) for narrow-leafed, albus and rough-seeded lupins were evaluated in the field in SA and Victoria from 2007 to 2010... The total economic benefit of the release and adoption of improved lupin varieties in SA and Victoria is estimated at $3.2_M per year...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Pulse Breeding Australia will conduct a world class field pea breeding program that will deliver superior new varieties with increased productivity and profitability for field pea growers and which will expand the crops adaptation range in Australia... The program will aim to combine desirable genetic variation that will increase grain yield potential, reduce crop input costs, reduce crop risk and maintain grain market access... The PBA field pea breeding program will deliver superior field pea varieties for the major field pea production zones over the next 5 year period that combine improved yield potential and reliability, disease resistance (e.g. virus, mildew, blackspot, bacterial blight), adaptation (e.g. plant type, flowering habit, soil boron toxicity tolerance) and suitable grain for end use markets (e.g. Kaspa type, Dun type)...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
The frequency of lupins in the rotation has declined but the widening of the rotation has created some advantages for lupins... One year of lupins in four seems much more sustainable and WA still has the potential to produce in excess of 1.4 million tonnes in most seasons... Lupins will remain the dominant legume crop in WA because of their adaptation to large areas of sandplain soils...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
The aim of the project was to enhance capability in marker validation and implementation in the Western Australian (WA) barley breeding program, leading to more rapid development of improved varieties... Markers were used to: accelerate backcrossing; inter-cross various target traits; improve genetic value of doubled haploid (DH) lines by screening donor plants; and improve genetic gain by post-screening DH lines... Molecular markers were used to: (1) accelerate back-crossing target traits into elite genetic backgrounds; (2) inter-cross various target traits; (3) improve genetic value of DH lines by pre-screening donor plants for DH production; and (4) improve genetic gain by post-screening DH lines before field testing...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Col Douglas inspects mungbeans at Hermitage Research Station, Warwick.. New varieties coupled with increasing industry support and better management has led to substantial growth Australian mungbean production... "The more germplasm, genes and genetic tools we have at our disposal, the more able we are to deliver the outcomes needed to help the industry go from strength to strength," explains Col Douglas, plant breeder at Queensland DAF and leader of the National Mungbean Improvement Program, based at Queensland DAF's Hermitage Research Facility in Warwick...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Col Douglas inspects mungbeans at Hermitage Research Station, Warwick.. New varieties coupled with increasing industry support and better management has led to substantial growth Australian mungbean production... "The more germplasm, genes and genetic tools we have at our disposal, the more able we are to deliver the outcomes needed to help the industry go from strength to strength," explains Col Douglas, plant breeder at Queensland DAF and leader of the National Mungbean Improvement Program, based at Queensland DAF's Hermitage Research Facility in Warwick...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Over the past decade, research in Queensland has led to the development of much higher yielding mungbean varieties, such as Jade-AU and Crystal ... "The more germplasm, genes and genetic tools we have at our disposal, the more able we are to deliver the outcomes needed to help the industry go from strength to strength," Mr Douglas says... "With the current investment and work towards developing new and exciting varieties, the future has never been as bright for growers wanting to make the switch to mungbeans," Mr Douglas says...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Over the past decade, research in Queensland has led to the development of much higher yielding mungbean varieties, such as Jade-AU and Crystal ... "The more germplasm, genes and genetic tools we have at our disposal, the more able we are to deliver the outcomes needed to help the industry go from strength to strength," Mr Douglas says... "With the current investment and work towards developing new and exciting varieties, the future has never been as bright for growers wanting to make the switch to mungbeans," Mr Douglas says...
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