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Kate is a development extension officer with the entomology team in Toowoomba... Kate joined entomology in June 2008 and has previously worked as a research scientist, agronomist, plant health inspector and extension officer... Kate started her career with the Department of Primary Industries in Tasmania and joined the Queensland Government in 1999 as an extension officer in a sugar project at South Johnstone in Far North Queensland...
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Publication description: Includes cultivar response tables.. Research in southern Queensland has shown that herbicide tolerance differed among the barley and wheat cultivars grown in the Northern Region... Field experiments were at weed-free sites, where yields were compared between those sprayed with registered herbicides at the recommended and double rates with untreated controls for each cultivar...
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Publication description: Includes cultivar response tables.. Research in southern Queensland has shown that herbicide tolerance differed among the barley and wheat cultivars grown in the Northern Region... Field experiments were at weed-free sites, where yields were compared between those sprayed with registered herbicides at the recommended and double rates with untreated controls for each cultivar...
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Richard is a senior experimentalist with the Entomology Unit based at Toowoomba... He has worked in the unit for over 35 years and has had a long-term involvement in applied research studying the biology, population dynamics, management and control of Helicoverpa spp... He has expertise in the fields of helicoverpa integrated pest management (IPM) and insecticide research, especially biopesticides...
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Richard is a senior experimentalist with the Entomology Unit based at Toowoomba... He has worked in the unit for over 35 years and has had a long-term involvement in applied research studying the biology, population dynamics, management and control of Helicoverpa spp... He has expertise in the fields of helicoverpa integrated pest management (IPM) and insecticide research, especially biopesticides...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Richard is a senior experimentalist with the Entomology Unit based at Toowoomba... He has worked in the unit for over 35 years and has had a long-term involvement in applied research studying the biology, population dynamics, management and control of Helicoverpa spp... He has expertise in the fields of helicoverpa integrated pest management (IPM) and insecticide research, especially biopesticides...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Rots in maize can be caused by a wide range of fungal pathogens... Like the stalk rot phase, it is more common in wetter, cooler growing regions... Polysora rust is favoured by warm wet weather and is a disease of tropical regions...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Rots in maize can be caused by a wide range of fungal pathogens... Like the stalk rot phase, it is more common in wetter, cooler growing regions... Polysora rust is favoured by warm wet weather and is a disease of tropical regions...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Rots in maize can be caused by a wide range of fungal pathogens... Like the stalk rot phase, it is more common in wetter, cooler growing regions... Polysora rust is favoured by warm wet weather and is a disease of tropical regions...
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With 80,000 hectares of chickpeas planted in central Queensland and early reports of an ascochyta blight outbreak, growers are being urged to closely monitor crops... James Clark, Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) says central Queensland has had little experience with the potentially damaging fungal disease, although there was a similar outbreak in 2008... "Our message to growers is clear - we can't stop the spread of ascochyta into the Central Highlands but by monitoring crops closely and following control guidelines growers can quickly contain the disease with registered chemical controls," Mr Clark said...
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