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Look out for wheat rust as temperatures rise.. Several cases of rust in wheat have been reported in Western Australia and growers are encouraged to monitor crops carefully as temperatures rise, which can favour development of rust diseases... Mr Thomas, who leads a crop disease project conducted by DAFWA and supported by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC), said seasonal conditions had favoured the development of wheat rust, as well as other diseases including powdery mildew, barley leaf rust and sclerotinia...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Destroy volunteer wheat plants by March, as they can provide a greenbridge for rust carryover... The spores require 15 to 20 C temperature and free moisture (dew/rain/irrigation) on the leaves to successfully infect wheat... Stem rust develops at higher temperatures than the other wheat rusts within a range of 18-30 C. Spores require free moisture (dew, rain or irrigation) and take up to six hours to infect the plant and pustules can be seen after 10-20 days of infection...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Destroy volunteer wheat plants by March, as they can provide a greenbridge for rust carryover... The spores require 15 to 20 C temperature and free moisture (dew/rain/irrigation) on the leaves to successfully infect wheat... Stem rust develops at higher temperatures than the other wheat rusts within a range of 18-30 C. Spores require free moisture (dew, rain or irrigation) and take up to six hours to infect the plant and pustules can be seen after 10-20 days of infection...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Destroy volunteer wheat plants by March, as they can provide a greenbridge for rust carryover... The spores require 15 to 20 C temperature and free moisture (dew/rain/irrigation) on the leaves to successfully infect wheat... Stem rust develops at higher temperatures than the other wheat rusts within a range of 18-30 C. Spores require free moisture (dew, rain or irrigation) and take up to six hours to infect the plant and pustules can be seen after 10-20 days of infection...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
All known sources of stem rust resistance in cultivated oats have been overcome by the pathogen in Australia... The SARDI team, including Pamela Zwer, Sue Hoppo and Phil Davies, are assessing the value of wild oat species obtained from overseas collections for rust resistance and other desirable agronomic traits such as drought and salinity tolerance... Contact: Dr Pamela Zwer 08 8303 9485 email zwer.pamela@saugov.sa.gov.au < Keep browsing 0 Responses to New sources of stem rust and leaf rust resistance from wild oat species for cultivated oats..
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
All known sources of stem rust resistance in cultivated oats have been overcome by the pathogen in Australia... The SARDI team, including Pamela Zwer, Sue Hoppo and Phil Davies, are assessing the value of wild oat species obtained from overseas collections for rust resistance and other desirable agronomic traits such as drought and salinity tolerance... Contact: Dr Pamela Zwer 08 8303 9485 email zwer.pamela@saugov.sa.gov.au < Keep browsing 0 Responses to New sources of stem rust and leaf rust resistance from wild oat species for cultivated oats..
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