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susceptible crop wheat

Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
The incidence of disease, which is the proportion of plants that become infected during the season... The incidence of disease can be predicted before sowing, because it is directly related to the quantity of inoculum (infested crop residues)... The number of plants infected depends on how much stubble there is, and what proportion of this is infested with the fungus...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Using winter cereal/summer crop and winter pulse/summer crop rotations are key strategies for reducing crown rot pressure and the incidence of root lesion nematodes (RLN) in the northern region... Summary of a decade of experimental results from the northern grains belt showing the rotational benefits of chickpeas on yield and grain protein levels of the following wheat crop + fertiliser N (75-150kg N/ha).. Results from six sites in northern NSW showed that chickpeas provided an average soil nitrate benefit equivalent to 42kg nitrate-N/ha and an average grain yield benefit equivalent to 1.0t/ha for the following wheat crop (figures 1 and 2)...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Using winter cereal/summer crop and winter pulse/summer crop rotations are key strategies for reducing crown rot pressure and the incidence of root lesion nematodes (RLN) in the northern region... Summary of a decade of experimental results from the northern grains belt showing the rotational benefits of chickpeas on yield and grain protein levels of the following wheat crop + fertiliser N (75-150kg N/ha).. Results from six sites in northern NSW showed that chickpeas provided an average soil nitrate benefit equivalent to 42kg nitrate-N/ha and an average grain yield benefit equivalent to 1.0t/ha for the following wheat crop (figures 1 and 2)...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Using winter cereal/summer crop and winter pulse/summer crop rotations are key strategies for reducing crown rot pressure and the incidence of root lesion nematodes (RLN) in the northern region... Summary of a decade of experimental results from the northern grains belt showing the rotational benefits of chickpeas on yield and grain protein levels of the following wheat crop + fertiliser N (75-150kg N/ha).. Results from six sites in northern NSW showed that chickpeas provided an average soil nitrate benefit equivalent to 42kg nitrate-N/ha and an average grain yield benefit equivalent to 1.0t/ha for the following wheat crop (figures 1 and 2)...
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