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Catalogue: Grains Notes DEPI VIC
Downy mildew is one of the most common fungal diseases of field peas in Victoria, and often causes substantial reduction in plant numbers in cool wet seasons... Thick grey fungal growth on the lower leaf surface, is typical of downy mildew.. The disease is most common soon after seedling emergence, but it may affect plants at any stage of growth especially during periods of moist, cool weather...
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Catalogue: Grains Notes DEPI VIC
Downy mildew is one of the most common fungal diseases of field peas in Victoria, and often causes substantial reduction in plant numbers in cool wet seasons... Thick grey fungal growth on the lower leaf surface, is typical of downy mildew.. The disease is most common soon after seedling emergence, but it may affect plants at any stage of growth especially during periods of moist, cool weather...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
" National Rhizobium Program - Managing rhizobia to maximize N fixation by legumes in agriculture UMU00003 Start Date: 01/07/2005.. There is a need to develop stronger linkages with plant breeding programs to enhance coordinated symbiotic breeding and a need to coordinate with inoculant manufacturers to develop a nation-wide field testing program... Since the primary aim of this project was to provide benefits to Australian legume growers, the principal pathway for commercialisation of outputs from the NRP is via the provision of strains to growers via ALIRU and inoculant manufacturers...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
" National Rhizobium Program - Managing rhizobia to maximise N fixation by legumes in agriculture UMU00032 Start Date: 01/07/2008.. The NRP was established in 1998 primarily to make sure growers continued to have access to high quality legume inoculants containing strains of appropriate rhizobia to maximise biological N fixation in pulses and other legumes in crop rotations, and to provide the scientific basis for information and guidance about the practice of legume inoculation... Published outcomes of the project include one handbook, 19 refereed journal papers reporting significant research outcomes, five refereed conference papers and 47 international conference abstracts published...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
KEYMESSAGES Inoculating pasture legumes must be an ongoing process... The efficiencies of the products were continually evaluated for use in Western Australian agriculture by research at the Centre for Rhizobium Studies... Measurements included the percentage of plants nodulated, the amount of nodules on each plant and the strain of bacteria in each nodule, which was identified by fingerprint profiling using polymerase chain reaction (PCR) as described in Yates (2005)...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Australia is well placed to meet this demand through its extensive use of fumigation, sealed storages and flow-through systems, both on-farm and in the central handling system... One of the key economic outcomes of this research is to prolong the life of phosphine on which Western Australia is so reliant avoiding the enormous extra cost of alternative technologies... There was a previous report on the finding of high resistance in a sample collected in a vacuum cleaner bag from Oman and Tribolium castaneum from southern China in polished rice...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Phosphine concentration: mg/l (ppm).. Percentage progeny reduction of Chinese rice weevils under fumigation of 35% CO2... Ethyl formate concentration (mg/l) Percentage adult mortality 0 2.1..
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Origin No. strains No. susceptible No. strains % strains with tested strains with resistance resistance Rust-red Flour Beetle (RFB) (Tribolium castaneum) Central storages 7 7 0 0 Merchants 11 11 0 0 Farms 192 192 0 0.. Origin No. strains No. susceptible No. strains % strains with tested strains with resistance resistance Pyrethroid Central storages 18 5 13 72 Merchants 13 6 7 54 Farms 194 72 122 63 Methoprene Central storages 19 7 12 63 Merchants 11 6 5 45 Farms 189 150 39 21 # refer to 'Report disclaimer' 2.. Origin No. strains No. susceptible No. strains No. strains tested strains with weak with strong resistance resistance Flat Grain Beetle (FGB) (Cryptolestes ferrugineus) Central storages 2 1 1 0 Merchants 6 1 5 0 Farms 107 11 94 2..
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