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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Canola sown at Pindar as part of the GRDC RCSN early sowing trials in 2015... Trials in Western Australia's northern agricultural region have shown that if growers want to take advantage of very early (early April) germination opportunities in this region, they will require a range of variety maturity choices to achieve the best yields... Of the six wheat varieties trialled in 2015, at sites near Pindar and Yuna, the slow-maturing ForrestA variety had the highest yields of 4 to 4.2 tonnes per hectare when sown early on 9 April at Yuna...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Canola sown at Pindar as part of the GRDC RCSN early sowing trials in 2015... Trials in Western Australia's northern agricultural region have shown that if growers want to take advantage of very early (early April) germination opportunities in this region, they will require a range of variety maturity choices to achieve the best yields... Of the six wheat varieties trialled in 2015, at sites near Pindar and Yuna, the slow-maturing ForrestA variety had the highest yields of 4 to 4.2 tonnes per hectare when sown early on 9 April at Yuna...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
western region when to sow wheat to minimise risk the optimal sowing date results in wheat flowering after the last frost and with adequate reserves of soil moisture before heat stress begins... only in seasons with a favourable spring did yields increase with later sowing... in Australia, developmental stages are commonly referred to as 'growth stages'...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
nortHern region Balancing the risk for wheat the optimal sowing date results in wheat flowering after the last frost but before heat stress events begin... KeY POINts early planting can accelerate establishment and make full use of the growing season but can increase the risk of frost during critical growth stages and can increase the chance of crops running out of moisture before critical reproductive stages... in Australia, developmental stages are commonly referred to as 'growth stages'...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
western region when to sow wheat to minimise risk the optimal sowing date results in wheat flowering after the last frost and with adequate reserves of soil moisture before heat stress begins... only in seasons with a favourable spring did yields increase with later sowing... in Australia, developmental stages are commonly referred to as 'growth stages'...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
western region when to sow wheat to minimise risk the optimal sowing date results in wheat flowering after the last frost and with adequate reserves of soil moisture before heat stress begins... only in seasons with a favourable spring did yields increase with later sowing... in Australia, developmental stages are commonly referred to as 'growth stages'...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
nortHern region Balancing the risk for wheat the optimal sowing date results in wheat flowering after the last frost but before heat stress events begin... KeY POINts early planting can accelerate establishment and make full use of the growing season but can increase the risk of frost during critical growth stages and can increase the chance of crops running out of moisture before critical reproductive stages... in Australia, developmental stages are commonly referred to as 'growth stages'...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
nortHern region Balancing the risk for wheat the optimal sowing date results in wheat flowering after the last frost but before heat stress events begin... KeY POINts early planting can accelerate establishment and make full use of the growing season but can increase the risk of frost during critical growth stages and can increase the chance of crops running out of moisture before critical reproductive stages... in Australia, developmental stages are commonly referred to as 'growth stages'...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Effect of sowing time and crown rot on yield Sowing time as expected had a significant impact on final grain yield in all three varieties especially EGA Gregory and Strzelecki which are longer season... Effect of sowing time and crown rot on screenings Later sowing significantly reduced grain size in all three varieties with smaller but significant effects from variety and crown rot addition (Figure 3)... Sowing earlier in the window, if soil moisture allows, maximises the genetic yield potential, grain size and limits screenings in a variety...
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