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Phosphorus application improves grain yield regardless of variety choice, but limit the amount of P applied in direct contact with seed... Due to lack of adequate follow-up rain at both Nyngan and Trangie sites after the in-crop application, only the rate component of 2013 trials is reported ... Although N application can increase grain yield, it may reduce oil concentration in the grain, as shown at Gilgandra in 2012...
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New canola packages delivered to growers.. Research is delivering agronomic packages to Western Australian growers so they can optimise the performance of canola - a valuable break crop... In 2015, experiments were expanded to include: agronomic considerations of growing F2 hybrids in low-rainfall areas the impact of wider (50-centimetre) row spacing precision seeding aphid management tolerance of canola varieties to residual cereal herbicides and in-crop herbicides very late nitrogen timing in high-rainfall areas aluminium tolerance of canola varieties time of sowing in the Geraldton Port Zone suitability of varieties to direct and delayed harvesting canola phenology..
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New canola packages delivered to growers.. Research is delivering agronomic packages to Western Australian growers so they can optimise the performance of canola - a valuable break crop... In 2015, experiments were expanded to include: agronomic considerations of growing F2 hybrids in low-rainfall areas the impact of wider (50-centimetre) row spacing precision seeding aphid management tolerance of canola varieties to residual cereal herbicides and in-crop herbicides very late nitrogen timing in high-rainfall areas aluminium tolerance of canola varieties time of sowing in the Geraldton Port Zone suitability of varieties to direct and delayed harvesting canola phenology..
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"The varieties were all selected because they are short-season and because they offer the different range of herbicide packages that go with canola," Mr Matchett says... Mr Matchett says the aim is to introduce another crop into the winter rotation in Central Queensland, which is currently dominated by wheat and chickpeas. ".. Mr Matchett says if canola can be grown successfully in the region, it could help create a local, sustainable oilseed industry...
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Hybrids show strength in NSW canola study.. Large-seeded hybrids tended to establish better than open-pollinated varieties when sown deeper than normal, a common requirement in northern NSW and Queensland.. The research showed grain yield generally responded positively to increasing plant population, up to 20 plants per square metre, regardless of variety type ( Figure 2 )...
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Hybrids show strength in NSW canola study.. Large-seeded hybrids tended to establish better than open-pollinated varieties when sown deeper than normal, a common requirement in northern NSW and Queensland.. The research showed grain yield generally responded positively to increasing plant population, up to 20 plants per square metre, regardless of variety type ( Figure 2 )...
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Variety choice influences profitability.. Tom Giles, trial operations manager, GRDC, says the study also shows that in some regions selecting a wheat variety classified as Australian Hard (AH) instead of Australian Premium White (APW) could reduce growers' profitability... " the analysis demonstrates why it is important for growers to carefully consider their choice of varieties," Mr Giles says...
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Dr Marcroft says the spores that attack crops each year are produced on canola stubble in the previous summer and autumn... "When you sow a canola variety, you will inevitably be selecting for blackleg spores that are able to attack the resistance genes in that variety," Dr Marcroft says... "The project has just started but we have tested the screening method in a shade house in Horsham and it works," Dr Marcroft says...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
" Date: 20.06.2008 Roundup Ready Canola 2008 Limited Commercial Release... THE APPLICATIONS RECOMMENDED ABOVE ARE FOR USE ONLY WITH APPROVED CANOLA VARIETIES THAT ARE DESIGNATED AS CANOLA WITH THE ROUNDUP READY TECHNOLOGY. SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH OF CANOLA WILL RESULT IF ANY CANOLA VARIETIES NOT PROPERLY DESIGNATED AS HAVING THE ROUNDUP READY TECHNOLOGY ARE SPRAYED WITH THIS PRODUCT. EXTREME CARE MUST BE TAKEN TO AVOID CONTACT WITH CROPS OR DESIRABLE PLANTS WITHOUT THE ROUNDUP READY TECHNOLOGY, OR WITH NATIVE VEGETATION, SINCE SEVERE INJURY OR DESTRUCTION WILL RESULT. Control of volunteer RR canola and alternate knockdown chemistry Field trials were conducted last year in South Australia and Victoria under the moratoria looking at OTT RRH applications, alternate knockdown herbicides and control options for RR canola volunteers... a) A range of selective cereal herbicides will provide control of volunteer RR canola in the following cereal cropping phase b) For knockdown/fallow situations make sure the partner herbicide being used with glyphosate is used at a robust rate - we are used to the glyphosate in a tank mix controlling the canola...
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Variety choice influences profitability.. Tom Giles, trial operations manager, GRDC, says the study also shows that in some regions selecting a wheat variety classified as Australian Hard (AH) instead of Australian Premium White (APW) could reduce growers' profitability... " the analysis demonstrates why it is important for growers to carefully consider their choice of varieties," Mr Giles says...
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