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Catalogue: Grains Notes DEPI VIC
A brief outline of the key techniques required for the successful production of faba bean relevant to potential new growers is provided... Faba bean tolerates water logging better than other grain legumes such as chickpeas, field peas, lupins and lentils... Open front headers give the best results for harvesting of faba bean and harvest should begin while stems are still a slightly green colour...
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates
The aim of the survey was to identify the incidence and severity of the major diseases of faba bean during late winter, with particular focus on cercospora leaf spot and its significance to industry and the frequency of occurrence compared to the major diseases, ascochyta leaf spot and chocolate spot... Sample plants were assessed for three diseases; ascochyta leaf spot, cercospora leaf spot and chocolate spot... Initial results indicate the prevalence and severity of cercospora leaf spot in crops is strongly linked to the rotation history of faba beans in that paddock, with long term plantings of faba beans on close rotation (3-5 years) posing the greatest risk of high disease establishment due to soil-borne disease carry-over...
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
Published: May 2012 ISBN: 978-1-921779-19-0 In submitting this report, the researchers have agreed to the GRDC publishing this material in its edited form... Incidence is 40 per_cent frequency in 25 per_cent of the area, so that the average incidence of the disease affecting the crop is 10 per_cent... Eighteen, including all the fungal diseases, of the 21 diseases surveyed were reported as present on lentils in the 8.3 Diseases of lentils Southern Region and in Australia...
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Catalogue: Grains Notes DEPI VIC
Chocolate spot is the most important disease of faba beans in Victoria and South Australia... A non-aggressive phase, when discrete reddish-brown spots are "peppered" over the leaves and stems, and then an aggressive phase, when spots darken in colour and coalesce to form larger grey-brown target spots (Figure 2) that may eventually cover the entire plant... Chocolate spot occurs in all areas where faba beans are grown, causing losses ranging from minor to complete failure of a crop...
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Catalogue: GRDC Final Reports
The faba bean is one of the major pulse crops in the Southern Region and has potential for expansion in the Western Region... The breeding program has developed a large pool of material that combines resistance to ascochyta blight and chocolate spot, and lines with high yield potential have been identified... Improved faba bean varieties, released during project UA00079, or released from breeding lines developed, evaluated and multiplied during this project, will benefit the cropping industries in the higher rainfall districts of the Southern and Western Regions through: higher and more reliable yields improved levels of disease resistance leading to lower costs of production and reduced management inputs improved marketability due to improved seed quality greater sustainability of the farming system due to increased inclusion of faba beans in rotations...
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Catalogue: NVT Online Papers
Department of Environment and Primary Industries, Horsham Department of Environment and Primary Industries, Horsham Laucke Flour Mills AGT University of Adelaide 22 Victorian Winter Crop Summary 2014.. Department of Environment and Primary Industries, Horsham Department of Environment and Primary Industries, Horsham South Australian Research and Development Institute South Australian Research and Development Institute South Australian Research and Development Institute 38 Victorian Winter Crop Summary 2014.. In shorter season chickpea environments, such as the Victorian Mallee, PBA Monarch has yielded similarly to Genesis 090...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Faba bean growers now have another option to control rust late in the season and prevent yield losses... While other products are available to control rust, Mr Hawthorne says having another option means growers can choose a cheaper product and can rotate fungicide groups to avoid resistance developing to a particular chemical group... Significant changes to observe with the new permit are: where it is the only active in products containing 430 grams per litre of tebuconazole; long withholding periods (WHPs): 21 days for harvest and 14 days for grazing (adherence to these new WHPs should not be difficult for bean growers); approved use for rust and cercospora; and a maximum of three applications at 145 millilitres of product per hectare still applies...
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Catalogue: GRDC Publications
Published by the Department of Primary Industries Grains, February 2011... Limiting inoculum for rust diseases by controlling the green bridge in the previous summer autumn remains important... End use; M = milling, F = feed grain, G = grazing, H = hay Height; D = dwarf, M = medium, T = tall Maturity; E = early, M = mid season, L = late Hectolitre weight; H = heavy, M = medium, L = light Disease resistance; R = resistant, MR = moderately resistant, MS = moderately susceptible, S = susceptible, VS = very susceptible Disease tolerance; T = tolerant, MT = moderately tolerant, MI = moderately intolerant, I = intolerant 30 Victorian Winter Crop Summary..
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