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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
94 Average percentage of crop area where plant-available water was assessed through the crop period in 2011 (map) ........................................................................................................................................ TABLE 72 Average percentage of crop area where plant-available water was assessed at planting.. FIGURE 116 Average percentage of crop area where plantavailable water was assessed through the crop period in 2011..
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Impact on Market access Production costs Hosts are wheat, durum and triticale Blackened seeds crush relatively easy Infected grain has a fishy smell Import restrictions in over 45 countries If established in Australia, would reduce grain price by $20 to $55/t.. Impact on Market access Production costs Adults have wings but don't fly Insects are spread in infected grain Insects are only 2-3 mm long Can damage up to 30% grain before it is noticed Phosphine fumigation is not very effective Larvae can survive over a year without food Reduces the number of overseas markets.. Impact on Market access Production costs Many overseas countries have grain insects with 'strong resistance' to phosphine Phosphine gas is main fumigant used in stored grain Threat to exports because resistant insects can survive fumigation Poor fumigation also increases selection pressure Need regular testing of live insects by entomology laboratory..
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Impact on Market access Production costs Hosts are wheat, durum and triticale Blackened seeds crush relatively easy Infected grain has a fishy smell Import restrictions in over 45 countries If established in Australia, would reduce grain price by $20 to $55/t.. Impact on Market access Production costs Adults have wings but don't fly Insects are spread in infected grain Insects are only 2-3 mm long Can damage up to 30% grain before it is noticed Phosphine fumigation is not very effective Larvae can survive over a year without food Reduces the number of overseas markets.. Impact on Market access Production costs Many overseas countries have grain insects with 'strong resistance' to phosphine Phosphine gas is main fumigant used in stored grain Threat to exports because resistant insects can survive fumigation Poor fumigation also increases selection pressure Need regular testing of live insects by entomology laboratory..
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Impact on Market access Production costs Hosts are wheat, durum and triticale Blackened seeds crush relatively easy Infected grain has a fishy smell Import restrictions in over 45 countries If established in Australia, would reduce grain price by $20 to $55/t.. Impact on Market access Production costs Adults have wings but don't fly Insects are spread in infected grain Insects are only 2-3 mm long Can damage up to 30% grain before it is noticed Phosphine fumigation is not very effective Larvae can survive over a year without food Reduces the number of overseas markets.. Impact on Market access Production costs Many overseas countries have grain insects with 'strong resistance' to phosphine Phosphine gas is main fumigant used in stored grain Threat to exports because resistant insects can survive fumigation Poor fumigation also increases selection pressure Need regular testing of live insects by entomology laboratory..
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Given low-fertility of Australian soils and high fertiliser prices, it is clear that sustainable, low-input grain production requires cultivars that are efficient in acquisition and utilisation of nutrients, particularly nitrogen and phosphorus as the most critical nutrients in most paddocks... Potential for increasing nutrient efficiency in Australian wheat and barley germplasm will be assessed in this project via large-scale field screening of promising genotypes for nitrogen-use efficiency at a number of locations spanning a range in climate and soil conditions..... Plant pre-breeders are laying the foundation for more nitrogen-efficient varieties of wheat and barley..
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