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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
(QDPI & F) Graeme Schwenke Nutrient demands in high yield crops (NSW DPI) 12:42 PM Lunch 1:42 PM Concurrent session 1 (see next page for timetable) 3:12 PM Afternoon tea 3:42 PM Yield and quality losses due to crown rot in Steve barley and wheat... Overall, the higher P rate also led to increased dry matter at the plant cut stage (mid-late tillering) and at the 3 times of NDVI measurement... Overall, mustard and juncea canola have many advantages over canola, and would be better suited than canola to the drier western parts of northern NSW...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
If fungicides are required, make sure they are applied in the early stages of the epidemic... Spot form of net blotch (SFNB) was the dominant foliar disease of barley, causing yield and quality losses where susceptible varieties were grown in infected stubble and left untreated... In addition to mixing or rotation of fungicides an integrated approach to disease control that includes crop rotation and avoidance of susceptible cultivars will reduce inoculum loads, and reduce the likelihood of resistance to fungicides developing...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (North)
Resistance to spot blotch is much less common than for net blotches and the efficacy of foliar fungicides in controlling the disease has not been evaluated in Australia... Grains Research Update - Foliar Diseases in cereals August 2002 twice during the flowering stage, depending on environmental conditions... Grains Research Update - Foliar Diseases in cereals August 2002 do this monitoring and to apply the fungicide...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
Resistance to spot blotch is much less common than for net blotches and the efficacy of foliar fungicides in controlling the disease has not been evaluated in Australia... Grains Research Update - Foliar Diseases in cereals August 2002 twice during the flowering stage, depending on environmental conditions... Grains Research Update - Foliar Diseases in cereals August 2002 do this monitoring and to apply the fungicide...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (South)
GRDC values the contributions made by local sponsors to the Nyngan Grains Research Update.. Grains Research Update - Nyngan 19 thFebruary 04 as well as on previous crops or pastures that may have made biopores through the subsoil which roots of the current crop can colonise... Grains Research Update - Nyngan 19 thFebruary 04 rotation late or achieving incomplete kills with herbicide will allow moisture to be extracted from the soil profile when moisture should be accumulating...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Compared with drilling phosphorus (P) fertiliser with seed (the current practice for no-till crops), plant uptake of P was often improved when fertiliser was banded below seed while sowing or the topsoil was cultivated before drilling current fertiliser with seed while sowing... At Moora, nutrient uptake and growth responses of wheat, lupin and canola to sideway nutrient distribution were evaluated by applying four fertiliser placements: nil; below the seed; 15 or 30 cm away from the row in the 2006 and 2007 seasons... A series of glasshouse experiments was conducted to investigate the effects of variable soil distributions of P and potassium (K) on plant growth and nutrient uptake in wheat using vertical or horizontal split-root systems...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
Break crops can improve cereal yields by 0.6 t/ha... Break crops should be considered, providing they help control weeds and disease... A comparison of annual profit from a 5 year cropping sequence, where wheat, canola, lupins, grazed pasture or sprayed pasture are grown in the 3 rd year of the crop sequence...
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Catalogue: GRDC YouTube channel
" GCTV12: Break Crops 15 November 2013 Research undertaken as part of the award winning National Water Use Efficiency Initiative has shown inclusion of broadleaf break crops increases profit compared to cereal sown on cereal... 60.89: Narrator: Plots of wheat on wheat were compared with 63.499: others where wheat was followed by fallow, or a break crop of canola, field peas or vetch... 75.9: Claire Browne: Got wheat grown on wheat so for the 80.39: past 5 years, and on this side I have got wheat following a long fallow and looking 84.62: at it right now it looks really good and I think it will yield more than the wheat on 89.61: wheat plots...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Narrow windrow burning at night.. Grain growers in the southern cropping region are being encouraged to now start thinking about using narrow windrow burning as a weed seed control tool to be employed at harvest this year... Grain Orana Alliance chief executive Maurie Street says for narrow windrow burning to be successful, growers should plan for its use "a long time before they strike a match"...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Narrow windrow burning at night.. Grain growers in the southern cropping region are being encouraged to now start thinking about using narrow windrow burning as a weed seed control tool to be employed at harvest this year... Grain Orana Alliance chief executive Maurie Street says for narrow windrow burning to be successful, growers should plan for its use "a long time before they strike a match"...
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