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Assess crown rot risk in paddocks by checking crops for browning of the stem base or by taking soil and stubble samples for analysis... Key messages for crown rot in cereals keeping crown rot inoculum at low levels is by far the most effective way to reduce yield loss from this disease... About the crown rot disease: T his fungal disease is hosted by all winter cereals and many grassy weeds; C rown rot survives for many years in infected plant residues and infection can occur when plants come in close contact with those residues; H igh cereal intensity and inclusion of durum wheat in cropping programs are factors which increase crown rot levels; M ajor yield losses occur when disease levels are high and there is moisture stress during grain fill...
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Assess crown rot risk in paddocks by checking crops for browning of the stem base or by taking soil and stubble samples for analysis... Key messages for crown rot in cereals keeping crown rot inoculum at low levels is by far the most effective way to reduce yield loss from this disease... About the crown rot disease: T his fungal disease is hosted by all winter cereals and many grassy weeds; C rown rot survives for many years in infected plant residues and infection can occur when plants come in close contact with those residues; H igh cereal intensity and inclusion of durum wheat in cropping programs are factors which increase crown rot levels; M ajor yield losses occur when disease levels are high and there is moisture stress during grain fill...
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Catalogue: GRDC Factsheets
Assess crown rot risk in paddocks by checking crops for browning of the stem base or by taking soil and stubble samples for analysis... Key messages for crown rot in cereals keeping crown rot inoculum at low levels is by far the most effective way to reduce yield loss from this disease... About the crown rot disease: T his fungal disease is hosted by all winter cereals and many grassy weeds; C rown rot survives for many years in infected plant residues and infection can occur when plants come in close contact with those residues; H igh cereal intensity and inclusion of durum wheat in cropping programs are factors which increase crown rot levels; M ajor yield losses occur when disease levels are high and there is moisture stress during grain fill...
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Catalogue: Nuffield Scholar Reports
The findings of the study project were based on information obtained from visiting a number of progressive global dairy farming operations in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom and Ireland and through research provided by agricultural specialists in this area... If and when there is a necessity to supplement the feed ration with higher levels of starch and/or forages, the alternative aforementioned processes could also be undertaken... The report provides nutritional options to improve our current pasture based systems...
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Catalogue: GRDC Research Summaries
The guide will help you identify the common root and crown diseases that cause damage to cereal crops across Australia... Some of the diseases can be initially identified from paddock symptoms whilst others require a more careful inspection of the roots or lower stems of infected plants... Cereal Root and Crown Diseases: The Back Pocket Guide < Keep browsing 0 Responses to Cereal Root and Crown Diseases: The Back Pocket Guide..
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Locusts then migrate on prevailing weather systems, invading adjacent agricultural areas, including those in southern Queensland... The ability of locusts to invade previously uninfested areas and lay eggs within days, combined with the mobility of flying swarms, makes swarm control particularly difficult for individual landholders... The Australian Plague Locust Commission (APLC) will implement control measures only where the commission considers the locusts to be in sufficient numbers to present an interstate threat...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Locusts then migrate on prevailing weather systems, invading adjacent agricultural areas, including those in southern Queensland... The ability of locusts to invade previously uninfested areas and lay eggs within days, combined with the mobility of flying swarms, makes swarm control particularly difficult for individual landholders... The Australian Plague Locust Commission (APLC) will implement control measures only where the commission considers the locusts to be in sufficient numbers to present an interstate threat...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Locusts then migrate on prevailing weather systems, invading adjacent agricultural areas, including those in southern Queensland... The ability of locusts to invade previously uninfested areas and lay eggs within days, combined with the mobility of flying swarms, makes swarm control particularly difficult for individual landholders... The Australian Plague Locust Commission (APLC) will implement control measures only where the commission considers the locusts to be in sufficient numbers to present an interstate threat...
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Research is showing that increased lime use across WA is affecting micronutrient concentrations in crop plants and changing the residual value of these nutrients on acid soils... To assess the micronutrient status of cereal crops, samples of flag leaves are the best bet for tissue testing analysis... Dr Brennan, of the Department of Agriculture and Food WA (DAFWA), says the MPCN team is also finding that liming on acid soils reduces Cu, Zn and Mn concentrations but increases Mo in crop plants and can change the residual value of micronutrients...
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Research is showing that increased lime use across WA is affecting micronutrient concentrations in crop plants and changing the residual value of these nutrients on acid soils... To assess the micronutrient status of cereal crops, samples of flag leaves are the best bet for tissue testing analysis... Dr Brennan, of the Department of Agriculture and Food WA (DAFWA), says the MPCN team is also finding that liming on acid soils reduces Cu, Zn and Mn concentrations but increases Mo in crop plants and can change the residual value of micronutrients...
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