You are here

soybean

Categorised under:

Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
We will see more tram line marking as the number of in crop spray applications increases Weed identification using video imaging is in the experimental stage at present but may have a place... Grains Research Update for Growers Casino August 4, 2000 3.0 Putting QA in context QA is often perceived to have little relevance at farm gate in our bulk commodity markets and while QA is more subjective in less developed markets e.g. wheat increasingly all sectors are moving inevitably towards objective proof of "cleanliness and safety of food... Our ability to continue to supply our overseas customers with GMO free Soybeans is of utmost importance if we are to develop and maintain the high value export markets for Tofu and Soymilk...
Related categories:
Catalogue: Ground Cover
Soybean returns a measure of effort.. Dr James says varieties such as Bunya and Snowy allow growers like the Lobweins to take advantage of good yields and good prices - price premiums of $50 to $150 a tonne are available for tofu-quality soybeans... Dr James says Bunya and Snowy"s high culinary quality and responsiveness to management could help the Australian soybean industry meet these needs and become more profitable...
Related categories:
Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The guidelines have been compiled to help those considering planting soybean crops in rotation with sugarcane as a grain crop or for green manure... Growing soybean for grain in coastal districts.. Growing soybean for green manure in the wet tropics..
Related categories:
Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The guidelines have been compiled to help those considering planting soybean crops in rotation with sugarcane as a grain crop or for green manure... Growing soybean for grain in coastal districts.. Growing soybean for green manure in the wet tropics..
Related categories:
Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The guidelines have been compiled to help those considering planting soybean crops in rotation with sugarcane as a grain crop or for green manure... Growing soybean for grain in coastal districts.. Growing soybean for green manure in the wet tropics..
Related categories:
Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Image shows defoliation damage caused by loopers at preflowering in soybeans.. Larvae are primarily foliage feeders in soybeans but will attack the flowers and developing pods in azuki beans, mungbeans and navy beans... In azuki beans, mungbeans, and navy beans, where flowers and pods are attacked the threshold is set at three looper larvae per square metre...
Related categories:
Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Image shows defoliation damage caused by loopers at preflowering in soybeans.. Larvae are primarily foliage feeders in soybeans but will attack the flowers and developing pods in azuki beans, mungbeans and navy beans... In azuki beans, mungbeans, and navy beans, where flowers and pods are attacked the threshold is set at three looper larvae per square metre...
Related categories:
Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Image shows defoliation damage caused by loopers at preflowering in soybeans.. Larvae are primarily foliage feeders in soybeans but will attack the flowers and developing pods in azuki beans, mungbeans and navy beans... In azuki beans, mungbeans, and navy beans, where flowers and pods are attacked the threshold is set at three looper larvae per square metre...
Related categories:
Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The vegetable looper damages flowers and pods of azuki beans, mungbeans and navy beans, as well as soybean leaves... Larvae are primarily foliage feeders in soybeans but will attack the flowers and developing pods in azuki beans, mungbeans and navy beans... In azuki beans, mungbeans and navy beans, where flowers and pods are attacked, the threshold is set at three looper larvae per square metre...
Related categories:
Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
The vegetable looper damages flowers and pods of azuki beans, mungbeans and navy beans, as well as soybean leaves... Larvae are primarily foliage feeders in soybeans but will attack the flowers and developing pods in azuki beans, mungbeans and navy beans... In azuki beans, mungbeans and navy beans, where flowers and pods are attacked, the threshold is set at three looper larvae per square metre...
Related categories:

Pages