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Rotation combats costly nematode issue.. The move to a cane/peanut crop rotation has dramatically changed the nature of farming for Bundaberg district growers Neville and Jason Loeskow over the past 20 years... "Survey work undertaken by Dr Graham Stirling from Biological Crop Protection found that plant parasitic nematodes were a much larger issue in cane growing regions than previously thought with Pratylenchus zeae found in every paddock sampled in the central coastal region of Queensland," Mr Halpin said...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Rotation combats costly nematode issue.. The move to a cane/peanut crop rotation has dramatically changed the nature of farming for Bundaberg district growers Neville and Jason Loeskow over the past 20 years... "Survey work undertaken by Dr Graham Stirling from Biological Crop Protection found that plant parasitic nematodes were a much larger issue in cane growing regions than previously thought with Pratylenchus zeae found in every paddock sampled in the central coastal region of Queensland," Mr Halpin said...
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Rotation cuts the high cost of nematodes.. Neil Halpin, Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF) senior agronomist and project leader of the GRDC-funded Coastal Growers Solutions project, says nematode surveys have highlighted the severity and extent of the issue in the Bundaberg cropping region and the need for growers to consider a long-term rotational farming system... "Survey work undertaken by Dr Graham Stirling from Biological Crop Protection found that plant parasitic nematodes were a much larger issue in sugarcane-growing regions than previously thought with P. zeae found in every paddock sampled in the central coastal region of Queensland," Mr Halpin says...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Rotation cuts the high cost of nematodes.. Neil Halpin, Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries (DAF) senior agronomist and project leader of the GRDC-funded Coastal Growers Solutions project, says nematode surveys have highlighted the severity and extent of the issue in the Bundaberg cropping region and the need for growers to consider a long-term rotational farming system... "Survey work undertaken by Dr Graham Stirling from Biological Crop Protection found that plant parasitic nematodes were a much larger issue in sugarcane-growing regions than previously thought with P. zeae found in every paddock sampled in the central coastal region of Queensland," Mr Halpin says...
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