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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Rotate barley crops with non-hosts such as wheat (to control foliar pathogens), legumes or summer crops; avoid sowing barley on barley and maintain clean fallows... The main foliar diseases of barley are leaf spots, rusts and powdery mildew... Barley is tolerant to root-lesion nematode infection and is a good winter cropping option in infested areas...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Rotate barley crops with non-hosts such as wheat (to control foliar pathogens), legumes or summer crops; avoid sowing barley on barley and maintain clean fallows... The main foliar diseases of barley are leaf spots, rusts and powdery mildew... Barley is tolerant to root-lesion nematode infection and is a good winter cropping option in infested areas...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Rotate barley crops with non-hosts such as wheat (to control foliar pathogens), legumes or summer crops; avoid sowing barley on barley and maintain clean fallows... The main foliar diseases of barley are leaf spots, rusts and powdery mildew... Barley is tolerant to root-lesion nematode infection and is a good winter cropping option in infested areas...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
The majority of insect species present in these landscapes, especially pests, are good at moving between these habitats and seeking out the resources they need, such as food and shelter for all or part of the year... There is a strong interest in developing integrated pest management (iPm) on a large scale because pests are mobile... Pest suppressive landscapes will have the right mix of habitats that support beneficial insects and allow them to move into crop fields, but discourage the build-up of pests...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Don't let barley leaf rust erode profits.. Early detection of barley leaf rust is crucial for containing the damaging disease, which can infect barley crops at any time from tillering to maturity... The discovery in Western Australia last year of a new pathotype of the barley leaf rust pathogen ( Puccinia hordei ) serves as a reminder to growers to remain vigilant this season and potentially adjust management plans for the disease...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
"If disease levels don't break down over the summer, crops will be at risk next year, especially if growers select new varieties that aren't disease-tolerant," said Mr Sonogan, who is also an agronomic consultant based at Swan Hill (Victoria)... PreDicta B samples are processed weekly from February to mid May ( less frequently at other times of the year ) and tests are for most of the soil-borne diseases of cereals and some pulse crops, including CCN, crown rot, rhizoctonia root rot, take-all, Pratylenchus thornei, Pratylenchus neglectus, stem nematode and blackspot... Having examined the roots of crops during the 2014 growing season, Mr Sonogan said he observed non-typical expression of CCN disease this year...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Trap results suggest heightened barley disease risk.. Grain growers in Western Australia's southern cropping regions are advised that there is a heightened risk of foliar fungal diseases infecting barley crops this season... Department of Agriculture and Food (DAFWA) researcher Kith Jayasena said DAFWA spore trapping work supported by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) had detected spores in mid-may of leaf rust, net blotch, spot blotch/root rot, scald and powdery mildew...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Heads of wheat showing FHB bleached kernals.. The fungi persist and produce spores on previous crop residues of wheat, barley and corn (Figure 5 and Figure 6) although other grass weeds and crops can also be a source of inoculum... Use of fungicides has proven a useful tool in reducing infections overseas where reductions in FHB severity of 50-60% can be achieved when the most effective fungicides are applied at early flowering for wheat and durum, and at early head emergence in barley...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Heads of wheat showing FHB bleached kernals.. The fungi persist and produce spores on previous crop residues of wheat, barley and corn (Figure 5 and Figure 6) although other grass weeds and crops can also be a source of inoculum... Use of fungicides has proven a useful tool in reducing infections overseas where reductions in FHB severity of 50-60% can be achieved when the most effective fungicides are applied at early flowering for wheat and durum, and at early head emergence in barley...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Heads of wheat showing FHB bleached kernals.. The fungi persist and produce spores on previous crop residues of wheat, barley and corn (Figure 5 and Figure 6) although other grass weeds and crops can also be a source of inoculum... Use of fungicides has proven a useful tool in reducing infections overseas where reductions in FHB severity of 50-60% can be achieved when the most effective fungicides are applied at early flowering for wheat and durum, and at early head emergence in barley...
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