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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Flaxleaf fleabane ( C bonariensis ) is a major weed of cropping in southern Queensland and northern New South Wales.. Although there are seven Conyza species naturalised in Australia, flaxleaf fleabane is the most widespread... Flaxleaf fleabane grows up to 1 m, has erect stem covered with stiff hairs, and is generally multibranched at the base...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Flaxleaf fleabane ( C bonariensis ) is a major weed of cropping in southern Queensland and northern New South Wales.. Although there are seven Conyza species naturalised in Australia, flaxleaf fleabane is the most widespread... Flaxleaf fleabane grows up to 1 m, has erect stem covered with stiff hairs, and is generally multibranched at the base...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Jamie is a research entomologist and has been based at Toowoomba for 15 years... He has been a member of the team working on projects that have increased our understanding of natural enemies and developed better options for helicoverpa management in grain crops... He is currently involved with a project investigating the contribution of natural resource management to IPM...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Jamie is a research entomologist and has been based at Toowoomba for 15 years... He has been a member of the team working on projects that have increased our understanding of natural enemies and developed better options for helicoverpa management in grain crops... He is currently involved with a project investigating the contribution of natural resource management to IPM...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Jamie is a research entomologist and has been based at Toowoomba for 15 years... He has been a member of the team working on projects that have increased our understanding of natural enemies and developed better options for helicoverpa management in grain crops... He is currently involved with a project investigating the contribution of natural resource management to IPM...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
" Flexible farming systems to meet the challenges of farming the southern Mallee and northern Wimmera.. Myths busted in Wimmera and Mallee clay soil project.. For growers in many grain areas across Australia, the switch from full cultivation to minimum or no-till cropping was spurred by an expansion in farm size, soil erosion and unreliable yields...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Take home message Crystal A mungbean is a new variety of large, green-seeded mungbean broadly adapted to all mungbean production areas, and the most complete package of yield, quality and agronomy currently available to Australian mungbean growers Resistance to powdery mildew and tan spot has been identified in new germplasm Now developing and evaluating the next generation of mungbean varieties.. The National Mungbean Improvement Program was initiated in 2003 to develop and release new varieties with increased productivity and restore grower confidence in mungbean as a reliable summer cropping option... New lines that combine the yield and agronomic characteristics of current varieties with disease resistance will form the next generation of mungbean varieties...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
" Date: 06.04.2010 2010 Canola Blackleg Ratings 2010 Canola Blackleg Ratings Based on ACAS protocols, this blackleg resistance rating system is compiled from data supplied by all canola breeding programs and associated pathologists throughout Australia... The national system is based on the most up to date data available and will ensure consistent ratings for Australia... Region South, West 475.81 kb 2010 Canola Blackleg Ratings 2010 Canola Blackleg Ratings < Keep browsing 0 Responses to 2010 Canola Blackleg Ratings..
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Based on ACAS protocols, this blackleg resistance rating system is compiled from data supplied by all canola breeding programs and associated pathologists throughout Australia... The national system is based on the most up to date data available and will ensure consistent ratings for Australia... Click on the link below for the Blackleg resistance ratings guide...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
In 1998 a draft edition of the "Test as You Grow" manual was produced... Special thanks to the grower groups, consultants, agronomists, Research and Development Officers and many specialists from the agricultural regions of Australia who have contributed to the further development of this manual... Thanks are also due to Camray Gethin and Phil Carter for their contribution towards weigh trailer plans, Tresslyn Walmsley and Greg Shea for information regarding seed agreements, and Josh Smith, Julie Roche and Dave Robinson for the illustrations throughout the manual...
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