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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
The initial adoption of Flexi-N was driven by the convenience of storage and handling, improved speed and uniformity of application, and reduced labour requirements when applied with pesticides... Crop Updates is a partnership between the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia and the Grains Research & Development Corporation 37.. The trials suggest that applying fungicides in large droplets at water rates between 60-80 L/ha will be beneficial in a range of seasons in the Mingenew area...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Consider past outbreaks of the disease as a guide to potential yield loss... Well-timed fungicide treatments - when canola crops are at 20 to 30 per cent flowering stage - can be highly effective in reducing the level of infection... nitrogen applications that increase canopy bulk may inadvertently enhance the conditions for and extent of infection...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Leaf rust is the most serious problem affecting grazing oats in Queensland... Stem rust is caused by a fungus ( Puccinia graminis avenae ) and appears as dark, reddish brown pustules on leaves, leaf sheaths, stems and heads of the plant... Check the label and adjust the rate ...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Leaf rust is the most serious problem affecting grazing oats in Queensland... Stem rust is caused by a fungus ( Puccinia graminis avenae ) and appears as dark, reddish brown pustules on leaves, leaf sheaths, stems and heads of the plant... Check the label and adjust the rate ...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Leaf rust is the most serious problem affecting grazing oats in Queensland... Stem rust is caused by a fungus ( Puccinia graminis avenae ) and appears as dark, reddish brown pustules on leaves, leaf sheaths, stems and heads of the plant... Check the label and adjust the rate ...
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Catalogue: NVT Online Papers
Department of Environment and Primary Industries, Horsham Department of Environment and Primary Industries, Horsham Laucke Flour Mills AGT University of Adelaide 22 Victorian Winter Crop Summary 2014.. Department of Environment and Primary Industries, Horsham Department of Environment and Primary Industries, Horsham South Australian Research and Development Institute South Australian Research and Development Institute South Australian Research and Development Institute 38 Victorian Winter Crop Summary 2014.. In shorter season chickpea environments, such as the Victorian Mallee, PBA Monarch has yielded similarly to Genesis 090...
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Catalogue: NVT Online Papers
Many cultivars are now more susceptible than before with several cultivars (including Axe, Beaufort, Corack, Derrimut, Mace, AQP Revenue, and Wallup) two or more rating levels more susceptible... Disease It is important that growers understand the resistance/susceptibility of their varieties to the diseases of importance in their region and plan management strategies ... Exceptional dry conditions from July onwards and the hot winds of September and October and were MORE INFORMATION not harvested...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Wet summers that favour the growth of volunteer wheat can provide a favourable environment for leaf rust to build up, increasing the threat of rust in the following season... Eliminating volunteer/weed wheat plants (the 'green bridge') over summer/autumn can reduce the carry over of leaf rust, and other rust inoculum, between seasons... The chances of a leaf rust epidemic are greatest following a wet summer...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Wet summers that favour the growth of volunteer wheat can provide a favourable environment for leaf rust to build up, increasing the threat of rust in the following season... Eliminating volunteer/weed wheat plants (the 'green bridge') over summer/autumn can reduce the carry over of leaf rust, and other rust inoculum, between seasons... The chances of a leaf rust epidemic are greatest following a wet summer...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
The future of oat stem rust resistance in Australia depends on identifying and introgressing new sources of resistance into adapted varieties in conjunction with strategies recommended for the new Australian Cereal Rust Control Program... The project will use cytogenetic techniques to transfer sources of stem and leaf rust resistance from wild oat species into breeding lines which can be easily used by breeders to develop new rust resistant oat varieties... The project builds on the results of two previous GRDC funded projects, DAS00031 and DAS00074 which demonstrated the existence of novel sources of leaf rust resistance in the wild oat species Avena strigosa and A abyssinica, and stem rust resistance in A damascena, A longiglumis, A murphyi, A prostrata and A sterilis...
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