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We in the north are still working out where and how best to use P in our fertiliser programs... The representation for different crop species, soil types and seasons is somewhat limited... GRDC Grains Research Update Coonabarabran, February 2014 most sites achieved those returns within 2 crop seasons after deep P application may at least partly reflect the string of wetter seasonal conditions in recent years, although the results from Jandowae, Capella and Gindie all included dry seasons in at least one of the crops followed...
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Stay-green is a complex phenotype determined by a number of underlying mechanisms, including in sorghum, for example: Smaller canopy size at flowering Reduced water use prior to flowering Greater post-flowering soil moisture extraction Greater nitrogen uptake during grain filling Greater specific leaf nitrogen content.. We need to phenotype for both stay-green and root traits to get the most favourable phenotype Stay-green can now be readily phenotyped in field trials using our newly developed method.. Any comparisons of days from sowing to anthesis may be affected...
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The relative maturity of varieties is controlled by responses to photoperiod, vernalisation and earliness per se... Based on the response of varieties to vernalisation and photoperiod they can be categorised as either a winter, facultative spring or spring wheat (Table 1)... (2010) suggested that genotypes with only a spring allele at Vrn-D1 respond more to vernalisation than those with only a spring allele at Vrn-A1 , but less than winter varieties, and in these time of sowing experiments EGA Gregory showed an intermediate response to time of sowing compared to Janz and EGA Wedgetail ...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
The optimal sowing time for wheat is a compromise... KeY POINts early sowing can accelerate establishment and make full use of the growing season but can increase the risk of frost during critical growth stages and hayingoff in a dry finish... in Australia, developmental stages are commonly referred to as 'growth stages'...
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The optimal sowing time for wheat is a compromise... KeY POINts early sowing can accelerate establishment and make full use of the growing season but can increase the risk of frost during critical growth stages and hayingoff in a dry finish... in Australia, developmental stages are commonly referred to as 'growth stages'...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
The optimal sowing time for wheat is a compromise... KeY POINts early sowing can accelerate establishment and make full use of the growing season but can increase the risk of frost during critical growth stages and hayingoff in a dry finish... in Australia, developmental stages are commonly referred to as 'growth stages'...
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