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The Lower Eyre Peninsula survey showed most paddocks had internal blackleg infection levels below 10% unlikely to suffer a yield or oil content penalty... Current varieties have a number of resistance genes if blackleg overcomes one resistance gene, other resistance genes remain effective and so the crops should not become completely susceptible... Final grain yield after slashing was similar in all varieties (about 0.8 t/ha average), except CB1206 (0.2 t/ha)...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
Mention of a trade name or company in this publication does not imply endorsement of any product or company by Department of Agriculture.. Project No.: ELD2 Paper reviewed by: Tim Scott (Elders Limited) Crop Updates is a partnership between the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia and the Grains Research & Development Corporation -48.. Crop Updates is a partnership between the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia and the Grains Research & Development Corporation -54 "Blackleg"..
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Optimising canola profitability through new understandings.. Leader of the South Australian component, Port Lincoln-based Andrew Ware of the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI), says despite the success of canola in Australian cropping systems, significant gaps remain in the underlying knowledge of canola physiology and agronomy... "Although growers recognise the high profit potential and the farming system benefits of canola, there remains a perceived risk of growing canola largely due to the high level of inputs required, such as seed, nitrogen fertiliser, sulphur fertiliser and windrowing," Mr Ware said...
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Optimising canola profitability through new understandings.. Leader of the South Australian component, Port Lincoln-based Andrew Ware of the South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI), says despite the success of canola in Australian cropping systems, significant gaps remain in the underlying knowledge of canola physiology and agronomy... "Although growers recognise the high profit potential and the farming system benefits of canola, there remains a perceived risk of growing canola largely due to the high level of inputs required, such as seed, nitrogen fertiliser, sulphur fertiliser and windrowing," Mr Ware said...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Biomass production by wheat crops can often be high, but yields are well below potential... In combination with the high rainfall, this leads to a low WUE for grain production... Wheat and canola are the two major crops in the HRZ of WA. Wheat crops in the area have considerable potential driven by the higher rainfall and longer growing season relative to traditional cropping areas...
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Grazed crops can beef up farm returns.. Animals take time to adjust to feeding on canola and do best if grazing periods are longer - avoid frequent change.. Top-dress N after grazing to assist yield recovery - assume wheat needs to see 40kg N/ha for every 1 t/ha of yield and canola 80kg N/ha, and adjust topdressing according to existing N and target yield...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
Aphid damage to canola - not all cultivars are equal Fran oise A. Berlandier and Christiaan Valentine, Department of Agriculture, Western Australia.. Oil concentration can be increased either by increasing the amount of oil or by reducing the amount of protein and/or residue in the seed... On a seed basis, there is an amount of protein already in the seed before oil accumulation begins (Hocking and Mason 1993)...
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" GRDC Crop Updates 28-29 February 2012, Western Region, Perth WA. Ravjit Khangura 19 September 2013 Ravjit Khangura, DAFWA, talks about Foliar fungicides for managing Sclerotinia stem rot and blackleg in canola... Sclerotinia stem rot in canola was widespread in the northern agricultural region in 2011growing season... Blackleg severity was reduced and canola yield increased by Impact when applied either as in-furrow or foliar applications and by foliar application of prothioconazole...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
Biomass production by wheat crops can often be high, but yields are well below potential... Wheat and canola are the two major crops in the HRZ of WA. Wheat crops in the area have considerable potential driven by the higher rainfall and longer growing season relative to traditional cropping areas... We aim to quantify the impact of temporal variation in N supply on canopy development, crop water use, development of grain yield, and WUE of wheat crops in the HRZ. Cropping in the HRZ has been dominated by cereals...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
The aim of the study was to evaluate the impact of subsurface (below plough layer) and subsoil (B horizon) constraints on the performance of canola... The inclusion of canola in the cropping rotation underpinned unprecedented wheat yield improvements in many areas during the 1990s... Canola was generally considered more sensitive than wheat to hardpans, water logging and soil acidity but less sensitive to salinity and boron toxicity, although no comprehensive studies have been carried out to confirm these observations...
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