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Dr Moore says growers should be aware of the disease resistance traits of each variety they are growing and have seed tested for germination, vigour and pathogens... "The first thing growers of any crop should do is make sure they've got good quality planting seed because getting crops off to a good start is dependent on the quality of the seed," Dr Moore said... Dr Moore says the resurgence indicates growers are confident about the place the crop has in the farming system and they are equally confident about growing chickpeas...
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Dr Moore says growers should be aware of the disease resistance traits of each variety they are growing and have seed tested for germination, vigour and pathogens... "The first thing growers of any crop should do is make sure they've got good quality planting seed because getting crops off to a good start is dependent on the quality of the seed," Dr Moore said... Dr Moore says the resurgence indicates growers are confident about the place the crop has in the farming system and they are equally confident about growing chickpeas...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
PEM bacteria are important as they are common, suppress multiple diseases, interact with other organisms to increase suppression and can be correlated with reduced disease in the field... Crop selection could be used to increase suppressive microbes and enhance disease suppression on-farm... In summary, the project increased our understanding of disease suppression and the organisms involved, identified potential biocontrol inoculants that can reduce disease in the field as seed coatings to provide in-season Rhizoctonia disease control, and identified a potential strategy using crop selection to increase naturally occurring disease suppression in the field to provide long-term control of soilborne fungal diseases...
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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: GRDC Updates
" Date: 08.10.2009 USING ROTATION CROPS TO IMPROVE SOIL QUALITY.. Soil structural differences are measured with a cone penetrometer which determines the force needed to push a metal probe slowly into the soil to 600 mm depth... We measured the microbial properties using surface soil samples (0-10 cm) from the crop rotation experiment...
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The results send a clear signal to growers that baseline measurement and management of RLN populations through soil testing, varietal selection and crop rotation is imperative if yield losses are to be avoided... "If RLN are not detected, protect those paddocks from contamination by controlling movement of soil and water on the farm," she said... In paddocks where RLN populations are detected, Dr Owen said rotation and variety selection were the primary management options and that growers should aim to reduce populations to less than 2 nematodes/g soil (2000/kg soil)...
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The results send a clear signal to growers that baseline measurement and management of RLN populations through soil testing, varietal selection and crop rotation is imperative if yield losses are to be avoided... "If RLN are not detected, protect those paddocks from contamination by controlling movement of soil and water on the farm," she said... In paddocks where RLN populations are detected, Dr Owen said rotation and variety selection were the primary management options and that growers should aim to reduce populations to less than 2 nematodes/g soil (2000/kg soil)...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Using winter cereal/summer crop and winter pulse/summer crop rotations are key strategies for reducing crown rot pressure and the incidence of root lesion nematodes (RLN) in the northern region... Summary of a decade of experimental results from the northern grains belt showing the rotational benefits of chickpeas on yield and grain protein levels of the following wheat crop + fertiliser N (75-150kg N/ha).. Results from six sites in northern NSW showed that chickpeas provided an average soil nitrate benefit equivalent to 42kg nitrate-N/ha and an average grain yield benefit equivalent to 1.0t/ha for the following wheat crop (figures 1 and 2)...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Using winter cereal/summer crop and winter pulse/summer crop rotations are key strategies for reducing crown rot pressure and the incidence of root lesion nematodes (RLN) in the northern region... Summary of a decade of experimental results from the northern grains belt showing the rotational benefits of chickpeas on yield and grain protein levels of the following wheat crop + fertiliser N (75-150kg N/ha).. Results from six sites in northern NSW showed that chickpeas provided an average soil nitrate benefit equivalent to 42kg nitrate-N/ha and an average grain yield benefit equivalent to 1.0t/ha for the following wheat crop (figures 1 and 2)...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Using winter cereal/summer crop and winter pulse/summer crop rotations are key strategies for reducing crown rot pressure and the incidence of root lesion nematodes (RLN) in the northern region... Summary of a decade of experimental results from the northern grains belt showing the rotational benefits of chickpeas on yield and grain protein levels of the following wheat crop + fertiliser N (75-150kg N/ha).. Results from six sites in northern NSW showed that chickpeas provided an average soil nitrate benefit equivalent to 42kg nitrate-N/ha and an average grain yield benefit equivalent to 1.0t/ha for the following wheat crop (figures 1 and 2)...
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