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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
Plant populations for wheat varieties Christine M. Zaicou-Kunesch, Wal Anderson, Darshan Sharma, Brenda Shackley and Mohammad Amjad ~ wheat agronomy team workshop New wheat cultivars response to fertiliser nitrogen in four major agricultural regions of Western Australia Mohammad Amjad, Wal Anderson, Brenda Shackley, Darshan Sharma and Christine Zaicou-Kunesch ~ wheat agronomy team workshop Agronomic package for EGA Eagle Rock Steve Penny ~ wheat agronomy team workshop Field evaluation of eastern and western wheats in large-scale farmer's trials Mohammad Amjad, Ben Curtis and Veronika Reck ~ oral New wheat varieties for a changing environment Richard Richards ~ plenary Farmers can profitably minimise exposure to frost!.. Crop Updates is a partnership between the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia and the Grains Research & Development Corporation i.. Shallow seeding is recommended...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
The project has shown that the use of variety management packages for new pulse varieties has the potential to increase pulse production and reliability of production... Adoption of recommendations developed in this project will optimise grain yield benefits of new varieties, resulting in higher potential returns, and minimised production risks, preventing major economic losses that can occur with total crop failure... The aim of the project was to collect data for and develop simple regional variety specific agronomic management packages (VSAP) for new lentil, field pea and chickpea varieties...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Optimum canola densities tested for lower-rainfall zones.. Mark Seymour, leader of the GRDC-DAFWA tactical break crop agronomy project in WA, at a trial site examining canola plant density at Salmon Gums in 2013... Mr Seymour says, overall, the trials highlighted that economic optimum plant density for canola differs for each variety and herbicide-tolerance system and adjustments need to be made according to the rainfall zone...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Optimum canola densities tested for lower-rainfall zones.. Mark Seymour, leader of the GRDC-DAFWA tactical break crop agronomy project in WA, at a trial site examining canola plant density at Salmon Gums in 2013... Mr Seymour says, overall, the trials highlighted that economic optimum plant density for canola differs for each variety and herbicide-tolerance system and adjustments need to be made according to the rainfall zone...
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