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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
" Print the page You are more likely to succeed in growing soybeans if you: plant fresh, good-quality seed at the recommended rate choose varieties that suit your planting time, climate and market ensure effective inoculation using group-H soybean inoculant avoid moisture-stress throughout the growing season when irrigating manage, monitor and correctly identify and treat pests and diseases plant phytophthora-resistant varieties harvest when seed moisture levels reach 16%... As a general guide, use the maturity group ratings to choose a variety suitable for a summer planting in your region: north Queensland - groups 8 and 9 central Queensland - groups 7 and 8 southern Queensland - groups 5, 6 and 7.. While nitrogen application may produce taller, greener plants, trial results show no economic yield response from the addition of nitrogenous fertiliser to soybeans in dryland situations...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
The responsibility to avoid herbicide residues in delivered cereal, pulse and oilseed grains sits squarely with grain growers and their advisers... residues: Late herbicide applications to crops increase the risk of detectable herbicide residues in harvested grain, potentially leading to breaches of maximum residue limits (MrLs)... Paraquat is not registered for: - in-crop spray topping; - pre-harvest crop desiccation; - under-the-cutter-bar spraying during swathing or windrowing activities; - pre-harvest weed control; - spraying over the top of swaths or windrows..
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
The paper will discuss mungbeans and soybeans as summer crop options for the central west region of NSW. Topics will include rotational fit and suitability to soil types, sowing decisions, and key management issues to produce a profitable crop in a short time... Actual seeding rates should be calculated for the required plant population based on seed size, germination and estimated establishment percentages... By mid January yield potential declines by 30% and other crops are preferred...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Soybeans show strength to withstand heavy rainfall - By Nicole Baxter.. Phillip Barnes marvelling at the way his soybean crop stood up to the floods... Phillip, with his brother Russell and father Ron, operates 1214 hectares over several blocks between Katamatite and Muckatah in northern Victoria, growing soybeans, barley, oaten hay, lucerne hay, canola, wheat and prime lambs...
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
GRDC Grains Research Update Goondiwindi, March 2014 as yields increase, i.e. the bug threshold for a 4t/ha soybean crop is twice that for a 2t/ha crop (Fig. 2), and similarly for mungbeans - see comparison between 1t/ha and 2t/ha crops (Fig. 3)... In summary, action thresholds for edible soybeans and mungbeans are set for bug populations predicted to damage 2% and 1.4% of seeds respectively... GRDC Grains Research Update Goondiwindi, March 2014 rule of thumb, aim to sample 5 widely-separated sites throughout a crop, with at least 4 x 1 m samples per site...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Taking the angst out of thresholds in the computer age.. Podsucking bug thresholds are based on seed quality, and are influenced by a multitude of factors, including bug species, bug stage, yield, mean seed weight, time to harvest, and for crushing soybeans; crop value and cost of control... Given the 4-way interaction of cost of control, crop value, yield and mean seed weight in crushing soybean thresholds, the only way to determine bug thresholds is with the new downloadable threshold calculator...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
US develops resistant soybean.. US researchers have developed a new dicamba-resistant soybean, which is also resistant to glyphosate, as a replacement for solely glyphosate-resistant varieties that have come up against weeds resistance... Log in or register to leave a comment...
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
CuRRenT AnD POTenTiAl COsTs fROM DiseAses Of OilseeD CROPs in AusTRAliA | 37 | GRDC a marked difference in present losses between the Northern and Southern Regions: disease loss in the Northern is 21.6 sper cent of the gross value of production and 6.3 per cent in the Southern... GRDC | 40 | CuRRenT AnD POTenTiAl COsTs fROM DiseAses Of OilseeD CROPs in AusTRAliA 5.3.2 Distribution of the pathogens in Australia Nineteen of the 32 diseases surveyed were reported as present in one or more zones in Australia... Overall, oilseed diseases have the potential to cause very significant costs for farmers...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
New BioStacked inoculants by Becker Underwood are stacked with more than one beneficial biological... The first generation of multiple beneficial biological inoculants to be released in Australia contain Rhizobia bacteria that colonise the plant root system to enhance nitrogen fixation... BioStacked is a registered trademark of Becker Underwood (Australia) Pty Ltd Figure 1...
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Catalogue: GRDC 2014 Research Summaries
A comprehensive literature capture, literature survey and information audit on fifteen crops (wheat, barley, canola, sorghum, chickpea, lupin, mungbean, sunflowers, maize, faba bean, safflower, linseed, durum wheat, soybean, field peas) will be undertaken... The audit will indicate the year of release and relevant region for each publication as well as evaluating its currency, availability, quality and suitability... The audit will be incrementally supplied to GRDC over the projects course feeding reference sources and copies of all accessible materials into the GRDC Northern Region Science Writer and Regional Grower Services Manager - North...
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