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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Ice crystals on the plant's surface grow through cracks in its outer layers or through the pores (stomata) in the leaves and stems, which causes ice to form inside the plant... For example, when plants have been grown in a glasshouse and then exposed to frost, only a mild frost may be required to kill the plant compared to the same plant grown outside, which is more acclimatised to the conditions... , high moisture levels and increased nitrogen application meant that the plants were growing well, with the plant sugars being used for growth, which left fewer water soluble carbohydrates in the cells to provide protection...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Ice crystals on the plant's surface grow through cracks in its outer layers or through the pores (stomata) in the leaves and stems, which causes ice to form inside the plant... For example, when plants have been grown in a glasshouse and then exposed to frost, only a mild frost may be required to kill the plant compared to the same plant grown outside, which is more acclimatised to the conditions... , high moisture levels and increased nitrogen application meant that the plants were growing well, with the plant sugars being used for growth, which left fewer water soluble carbohydrates in the cells to provide protection...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
There are a number of different strains of Bt, and each is specific to an insect group, e.g. moths, beetles or flies... Bt causes larvae to stop feeding soon after the Bt is eaten... Bt is often mixed with additives such as stickers or feeding attractants to increase its efficacy...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
There are a number of different strains of Bt, and each is specific to an insect group, e.g. moths, beetles or flies... Bt causes larvae to stop feeding soon after the Bt is eaten... Bt is often mixed with additives such as stickers or feeding attractants to increase its efficacy...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
There are a number of different strains of Bt, and each is specific to an insect group, e.g. moths, beetles or flies... Bt causes larvae to stop feeding soon after the Bt is eaten... Bt is often mixed with additives such as stickers or feeding attractants to increase its efficacy...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Since then, this destructive disease of cotton has continued to spread and is now in most cotton growing districts in and , with the exception Tandou... A total of 5 experiments were completed, including two preliminary experiments to initially trial techniques/methodologies, so there was a variation in spore concentrations used, crops tested, plant tissue plated out and age of plants assessed following inoculation (Table 2)... 6) Previous studies have shown that when other crops are incorporated into the soil in the presence of Fusarium, the disease severity increases...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Photograph showing black streaks on leaf petioles - Symptoms of tobacco streak virus (TSV) on sunflower.. Photograph showing pith discolouration due to rotting - Symptoms of tobacco streak virus (TSV) on sunflower.. Photograph showing deformed growing point, shortened internodes and yellow blotches on leaves - Symptoms of tobacco streak virus (TSV) on sunflower..
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Photograph showing black streaks on leaf petioles - Symptoms of tobacco streak virus (TSV) on sunflower.. Photograph showing pith discolouration due to rotting - Symptoms of tobacco streak virus (TSV) on sunflower.. Photograph showing deformed growing point, shortened internodes and yellow blotches on leaves - Symptoms of tobacco streak virus (TSV) on sunflower..
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Photograph showing black streaks on leaf petioles - Symptoms of tobacco streak virus (TSV) on sunflower.. Photograph showing pith discolouration due to rotting - Symptoms of tobacco streak virus (TSV) on sunflower.. Photograph showing deformed growing point, shortened internodes and yellow blotches on leaves - Symptoms of tobacco streak virus (TSV) on sunflower..
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Tiny bugs tackle big crop disease problems.. Microscopic soil-dwelling actinobacteria are showing promise as biocontrol agents for wheat and canola diseases... Dr Roper said to be considered successful, any potential actinobacteria biocontrol agents must suppress the fungal disease effectively, survive either in the plant tissues or within the rhizoplane of growing plants and be easy to culture and inoculate on to plants to allow for realistic application methods in the field...
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