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crown rot management

Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Trials were undertaken to demonstrate the effects of rotation, fallow management, nitrogen levels, water availability and grassy weeds on crown rot and crop agronomy... Build-up of crown rot in paddocks should be assessed by monitoring late in the season... The experiment showed that grass weeds, even at levels that caused heavy yield losses, had a relatively small effect on crown rot in continuous wheat or in short rotations, where the dominant effect was the inoculum present in the wheat stubble...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Caption: GRDC western regional panel chairman Peter Roberts says test results will determine the level of crown rot inoculum in paddocks which can then be used to guide management strategies... Caption: The GRDC is funding a range of DAFWA trials to assess cereal variety tolerance to crown rot and improved management strategies through its national project 'National crown rot epidemiology and management'... If crown rot inoculum is found to be present in paddocks, the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) urges growers to implement management strategies, to prevent the disease escalating in subsequent seasons...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
Caption: GRDC western regional panel chairman Peter Roberts says test results will determine the level of crown rot inoculum in paddocks which can then be used to guide management strategies... Caption: The GRDC is funding a range of DAFWA trials to assess cereal variety tolerance to crown rot and improved management strategies through its national project 'National crown rot epidemiology and management'... If crown rot inoculum is found to be present in paddocks, the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) urges growers to implement management strategies, to prevent the disease escalating in subsequent seasons...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) has demonstrated its commitment to cultivating the careers of young grains industry scientists, awarding a travel bursary to Sydney University research fellow Dr Philip Davies... Based at Sydney University's Plant Breeding Institute (PBI) at Narrabri, Dr Davies is now playing a leading role in GRDC-funded crown rot pre-breeding research which assesses the performance of individual breeding lines under crown rot conditions and paves the way for the development of varieties with enhanced crown rot resistance and tolerance... Crown rot is caused by the fungus Fusarium pseudograminearum and is one of the most serious disease threats to winter cereal crops in Australia costing northern growers around $80 million on average each year...
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Catalogue: GRDC Media
The Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) has demonstrated its commitment to cultivating the careers of young grains industry scientists, awarding a travel bursary to Sydney University research fellow Dr Philip Davies... Based at Sydney University's Plant Breeding Institute (PBI) at Narrabri, Dr Davies is now playing a leading role in GRDC-funded crown rot pre-breeding research which assesses the performance of individual breeding lines under crown rot conditions and paves the way for the development of varieties with enhanced crown rot resistance and tolerance... Crown rot is caused by the fungus Fusarium pseudograminearum and is one of the most serious disease threats to winter cereal crops in Australia costing northern growers around $80 million on average each year...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
GRDC honours PBI researcher.. "Dr Davies is a great example of the GRDC's funding of succession plans within industry and he's continuing the work and techniques that were previously developed by his mentor, Dr Richard Trethowan," Mr Clark said... "Researchers such as Dr Davies will play a key role in the industry's future management of crown rot and the GRDC has a responsibility to ensure that these researchers are well supported in their endeavours."..
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
Ogbonnaya FC, Imtiaz M, Bariana HS, McLean M, Shankar MM, Hollaway GJ, Trethowan R, Lagudah ES, van Ginkel M (2008) Mining synthetic hexaploids for multiple disease resistance to improve bread wheat... Luck J, Hollaway G, Freeman A, Powell K, Norton R, Chakraborty S (2008) Examining the effects of elevated CO2 on key wheat pathogens in the field... Luck J, Hollaway G, Freeman A, Spackman M, Powell K, Chakraborty S (2009) Examining the effects of elevated CO 2 on key pathogens of wheat Greenhouse 2009, Perth, March 2009...
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Catalogue: GRDC YouTube channel
DOWNLOAD UPDATED WHEAT VARIETY RESISTANCE RATINGS FOR ROOT LESION NEMATODES (P. Thornei): http://www.grdc.com.au/NGA-P-Thornei-Ratings 2.29: GCTV Ep#9 Crown Rot 2.62: Narrator: Seeing is believing and in this case what 5.27: you 11.65: Same population levels of Pratylenchus thornei in both plots, but on the right the moderately 17.23: nematode-tolerant EGA Wylie, on the left, the intolerant Strzelecki... 31.27: Narrator: This trial at Yallaroi in northwestern NSW 34.85: is one of a number being run by the Northern Grower Alliance in collaboration with NSW 40.71: DPI, and with GRDC 46.49: Pratylenchus thornei or Pratylenchus neglectus on rotation crops is being assessed... 285.15: Steven Simpfendorfer: Canola closes over the ground quite early, 287.58: produces a big bulky crop, get all that leaf drop, and that leaf is high in nitrogen, you 292.17: actually then drive decomposition of the cereal stubble underneath a lot more and you 295.55: break down more stubble and get rid of a lot more crown rot...
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