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Catalogue: NVT Online Papers
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
State of Western Australia, 2004 Agribusiness Crop Updates 2004 CONTENTS Page 2003 PULSE INDUSTRY HIGHLIGHTS .................................................................................... 1.. Previous research conducted by the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia established that blackspot of field pea (Mycosphaerella pinodes) is producing windborne ascospores through out the season... Eighty nine different grain legume lines; 22 desi chickpea, nine kabuli chickpea, 10 faba bean, 15 lentil, seven lupin and 26 field pea were evaluated under irrigated conditions at Medina Research Station in 2003...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
New GRDC-funded research by the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI) has confirmed that field peas are unlikely to respond to inoculation, unless they are grown on acidic soils or where there is no recent history of the crop... SARDI soil biologist Dr Liz Farquharson says the study found Rhizobium inoculation did not cause a grain yield response in field pea grown on soils where there was a history of growing the crop and neutral to alkaline pH... High if there is no history of pea, vetch, bean or lentil crops, or soils with pH (CaCl 2 ) below 6.0 and high summer temperatures (over 35 o C for 40 days)...
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Catalogue: NVT Online Papers
Ware Larn McMurray Larn McMurray Larn McMurray Trent Potter Kenton Porker Andrew Ware Larn McMurray.. Trials sown, results to be made available Trials abandonned due to drought, frost, animal damage, etc... Trials harvested, analysed and results published Trials harvested, but results too variable to publish y e l r a B a l o n a C n a a a e e e p B P l k i c a d t l n i b e h a e CFFiL n i p u L e l a c i t i r T t a e h W t a O..
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
In the short term, IWM costs more than a herbicide only approach but this should be viewed as an investment in the longer life of our herbicide resource... In the short term (at least the next 8 years), these crops will in essence provide new uses for old herbicides and old herbicide groups... In summary, the research also indicates that the public is least likely to approve of GMOs that: Benefit a company over the public; Involve gene transfer from species that are not closely related; Are not undertaken for a societal benefit; Are perceived as being possibly harmful to people or the environment; or Is a food over a non-food application...
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Catalogue: NVT Online Papers
" Status of 2009 NVT trials - Final Version Trials marked green have 2009 results available on the website www.nvtonline.com.au.. Trials sown, results to be made available Trials abandonned due to drought, frost, animal damage, etc... Trials harvested, analysed and results published Trials harvested, but results too variable to publish y e l r a B a l o n a C n a a a e e e p B P l k i c a d t b l i n e h a e CFFiL n i p u L e l a c i t i r T t a e h W t a O..
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (North)
In the short term, IWM costs more than a herbicide only approach but this should be viewed as an investment in the longer life of our herbicide resource... In the short term (at least the next 8 years), these crops will in essence provide new uses for old herbicides and old herbicide groups... In summary, the research also indicates that the public is least likely to approve of GMOs that: Benefit a company over the public; Involve gene transfer from species that are not closely related; Are not undertaken for a societal benefit; Are perceived as being possibly harmful to people or the environment; or Is a food over a non-food application...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
New crop of pulses brings better options to grain growers.. Increasing soil nitrogen levels won't be the only advantage of the latest pulses, with the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) supporting Pulse Breeding Australia's development of new varieties aimed at giving growers a viable third rotation on top of cereals and oilseeds... Dr Brand said that while growers and advisers needed to be mindful of growth stages to ensure desiccants were not applied when seeds were too young, optimum application promised to give growers an edge over problem weeds...
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Catalogue: NVT Online Papers
Trials sown, results to be made available Trials abandoned due to drought, frost, animal damage, etc... Trials harvested, analysed and results published Trials harvested, but results too variable to publish y e l r a B a l o n a C n a a a e e e p B P l k i c a d t l n i b e h a e CFFiL n i p u L e l t a a c i e t h i r T W t a O.. DAWA Katanning DAWA Geraldton Kalyx Carlisle Kalyx Carlisle Kalyx Carlisle DAWA Geraldton Kalyx Carlisle Kalyx Carlisle Kalyx Carlisle Kalyx Carlisle DAWA Geraldton Kalyx Carlisle Kalyx Carlisle DAWA Wongan Hills Kalyx Carlisle DAWA Wongan Hills Kalyx Carlisle DAWA Geraldton Kalyx Carlisle DAWA Esperance AS York Kalyx Carlisle AS York Kalyx Carlisle DAWA Esperance DAWA Katanning DAWA Katanning Kalyx Carlisle AS York DAWA Katanning Kalyx Carlisle Kalyx Carlisle AS York AS York Kalyx Carlisle AS York DAWA Merredin Kalyx Carlisle Kalyx Carlisle DAWA Geraldton Kalyx Carlisle AS York Kalyx Carlisle DAWA Mount Barker AS York Kalyx Carlisle DAWA Geraldton Kalyx Carlisle Kalyx Carlisle Kalyx Carlisle Kalyx Carlisle AS York DAWA Katanning AS York Kalyx Carlisle DAWA Avondale DAWA Geraldton Kalyx Carlisle Kalyx Carlisle DAWA..
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Catalogue: NVT Online Papers
BeAnS Variety State of origin Year of Commercial partner/ Royalty Maximum quality Comments registration licensee Farah SA 2003 Heritage Seeds EPR $3.00 Fie grade 1 Tested as 483/3 Fiesta VF SA 1998 Heritage Seeds No PBR or royalty Fie grade 1 Nura SA 2005 Seednet EPR $3.30 Fie grade 1 PBA Kareema SA 2009 PGG Wrightson EPR $4.00 Broad bean PBA Rana SA 2011 Seednet EPR $3.85 New category Tested as 974*(611*974)/15-1 All the varieties listed above are PBR varieties or have 'commercial marketing arrangements' and seed of these varieties cannot be sold, traded or given away, nor can it be 'traded over the fence' without the authorisation of the owners or licensee... VeTCH Variety State of origin Year of Commercial partner/ Royalty Comments registration licensee Capello SA 1999 Heritage seeds Seed Namoi alternative Haymaker Plus SA 1999 Heritage seeds Seed High level hard seed Morava SA 1999 Heritage seeds Seed Forage use Rasina SA 2006 Heritage seeds Seed Tested as SA34719 All the varieties listed above are PBR varieties or have 'commercial marketing arrangements' and seed of these varieties cannot be sold, traded or given away, nor can it be 'traded over the fence' without the authorisation of the owners or licensee... Widespread evaluation over a number of years shows that it is higher yielding than Kaspa when yield potential is below 1.75t/ha, and higher than PBA Gunyah when yield potential is below 1.25t/ha...
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