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Fungicide resistance concerns raised.. New South Wales Department of Primary Industries senior research scientist Dr Andrew Milgate says the pathogen Zymoseptoria tritici , responsible for causing the cereal disease septoria tritici blotch (STB), is common in the high-rainfall areas of Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania... In addition to mixing or rotating fungicides, Dr Milgate says an integrated approach to disease control that includes crop rotation, stubble removal and avoiding susceptible varieties will reduce inoculum loads and delay the onset of fungicide resistance while also prolonging variety resistance...
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After a run of wet seasons, the occurence of Septoria tritici blotch is increasing in southern Victoria and Tasmania... Nick Poole, Foundation for Agricultural Research, says growers should not wait until flag leaf growth stage to control Septoria tritici blotch... Technology to reduce spray drift GCTV: Drift Reducing Technology..
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Naracoorte workshop to tackle Septoria fungal disease.. Management of the cereal fungal disease Septoria will be the focus of a Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) technical workshop in Naracoorte next month... Septoria has become more problematic in recent seasons in the high rainfall zone because of the increased intensity of wheat cultivation, wetter and cooler springs, the cultivation of susceptible varieties and a shift to earlier sowings...
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Naracoorte workshop to tackle Septoria fungal disease.. Management of the cereal fungal disease Septoria will be the focus of a Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) technical workshop in Naracoorte next month... Septoria has become more problematic in recent seasons in the high rainfall zone because of the increased intensity of wheat cultivation, wetter and cooler springs, the cultivation of susceptible varieties and a shift to earlier sowings...
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Launceston workshop to tackle Septoria fungal disease.. Management of the cereal fungal disease Septoria will be the focus of a Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) technical workshop in Launceston next month... Septoria has become more problematic in recent seasons in the high rainfall zone because of the increased intensity of wheat cultivation, wetter and cooler springs, the cultivation of susceptible varieties and a shift to earlier sowings...
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Launceston workshop to tackle Septoria fungal disease.. Management of the cereal fungal disease Septoria will be the focus of a Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) technical workshop in Launceston next month... Septoria has become more problematic in recent seasons in the high rainfall zone because of the increased intensity of wheat cultivation, wetter and cooler springs, the cultivation of susceptible varieties and a shift to earlier sowings...
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Overall, wheat diseases have the potential to cause very significant costs for farmers... The estimates of potential losses assume that for each disease, it is the only one that develops... The drier seasons of the past decade (Section 3) would not favour these two diseases and is the likely cause of their reduction in importance...
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Dr Susan Breen, who attended the conference with a GRDC travel award, being presented with a poster prize by conference chair Professor Barry Scott... Dr Brunner discussed demethylation inhibitor (DMI) resistance in Septoria tritici blotch... Professor McDonald has used molecular techniques to collect evidence suggesting this is not the case, and that the wheat blast may have been introduced into Brazil with grasses imported from Africa and subsequently adapted to infect wheat...
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Dr Susan Breen, who attended the conference with a GRDC travel award, being presented with a poster prize by conference chair Professor Barry Scott... Dr Brunner discussed demethylation inhibitor (DMI) resistance in Septoria tritici blotch... Professor McDonald has used molecular techniques to collect evidence suggesting this is not the case, and that the wheat blast may have been introduced into Brazil with grasses imported from Africa and subsequently adapted to infect wheat...
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