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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Seasonal conditions and an increase in area planted to canola in 2013 meant the season was a bumper one for fungal diseases... Blackleg severity increased across all cultivars evaluated at blackleg monitoring sites in southern New South Wales and northern Victoria, and the mild winter followed by rainfall in July and August provided ideal conditions for sclerotinia... While the focus of the project is on the big-ticket items - blackleg and sclerotinia - it is also examining the impact of other diseases, including white leaf spot, alternaria and powdery mildew...
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
Published: May 2012 ISBN: 978-1-921779-19-0 In submitting this report, the researchers have agreed to the GRDC publishing this material in its edited form... Incidence is 40 per_cent frequency in 25 per_cent of the area, so that the average incidence of the disease affecting the crop is 10 per_cent... Eighteen, including all the fungal diseases, of the 21 diseases surveyed were reported as present on lentils in the 8.3 Diseases of lentils Southern Region and in Australia...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
" Reducing the impact of pulse diseases in the northern region (incorporating DAQ00073) DAQ00108 Start Date: 01/07/2006.. The previous year, in collaboration with Pulse Australia, this project had provided many local agronomists with information on recognition of ascochyta blight at a certified chickpea agronomist course at Emerald, and a pre-season chickpea Update attended by over 70 people... Despite the focus on IDM for individual pathogen-host combinations, there is a need to understand the impact of IDM packages on a whole farming system scale on the interrelatedness between all of the plant pathogens in that system...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Author : Sharon Watt SARDI principal research scientist Dr Jenny Davidson says it will be important to monitor this year's pulse crops for the breakdown of resistance to Ascochyta blight... Pulse growers are advised to monitor this year's crops for the breakdown of resistance to Ascochyta blight and report any anomalies to the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI*)... "If you see a breakdown in resistance, let us know straight away," she said Growers and advisers can report observations to Dr Davidson by phone on 08 8303 9389 or email jenny.davidson@sa.gov.au ...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Growers urged to strive for premium grade pulses this season.. Agronomic management to minimise seed staining is crucial if growers want to receive the best price possible for their pulses," Ms Davidson said... ENDS Caption: South Australian Research and Development Institute senior pulse pathologist, Jenny Davidson, says growers must be diligent and pro-active in controlling diseases and minimising seed staining to avoid having product downgraded...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Growers urged to strive for premium grade pulses this season.. Agronomic management to minimise seed staining is crucial if growers want to receive the best price possible for their pulses," Ms Davidson said... ENDS Caption: South Australian Research and Development Institute senior pulse pathologist, Jenny Davidson, says growers must be diligent and pro-active in controlling diseases and minimising seed staining to avoid having product downgraded...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Pulse and oilseed diseases which cost growers in the southern cropping region tens of millions of dollars every year are being tackled head-on through a suite of research programs being funded by the Grain Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)... The GRDC is taking a three-pronged approach to disease prevention and management by: developing oilseed and pulse varieties with greater resistance to foliar fungal diseases; keeping abreast of fungal disease dynamics; and developing and extending management packages to control foliar fungal diseases on-farm and prolong the useful life of Australia's fungicide options... Variety resistance is the most sustainable way to manage fungal diseases - a principle that guides the GRDC's ongoing and substantial commitment to finding new genes that confer disease resistance to Australian crop varieties...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Results from field trials conducted during the course of this project have demonstrated that considerable economic benefits can be made through strategic and targeted fungicide applications on mungbean and peanut crops... Trials were conducted in 2004/05 and 2005/06 at Bundaberg to study the interactions of timing and number of fungicide applications and host resistance on infection levels and final yields... Australian germplasm, including varieties and elite breeding material, and overseas sources of resistance will be assessed for resistance to M. phaseolina using field trials and glasshouse experiments...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Valuable Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) research results into pulse diseases are now at the fingertips of the grains industry and research community... Dr Rainbow says diseases remain a significant impediment to the achievement of maximum yield potential of pulses (chickpea, peanut and mungbean) and sunflowers. ".. Dr Rainbow says the research is important as pulses provide an important disease break in cereal and sugarcane farming systems by reducing soilborne disease levels and improving soil health through their impact on nitrogen levels...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Pulse and oilseed diseases which cost growers in the southern cropping region tens of millions of dollars every year are being tackled head-on through a suite of research programs being funded by the Grain Research and Development Corporation (GRDC)... The GRDC is taking a three-pronged approach to disease prevention and management by: developing oilseed and pulse varieties with greater resistance to foliar fungal diseases; keeping abreast of fungal disease dynamics; and developing and extending management packages to control foliar fungal diseases on-farm and prolong the useful life of Australia's fungicide options... Variety resistance is the most sustainable way to manage fungal diseases - a principle that guides the GRDC's ongoing and substantial commitment to finding new genes that confer disease resistance to Australian crop varieties...
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