High grain prices are tempting at the best of times, particularly when another rotation staple is at historical lows. This it the predicament some chickpea growers are facing in the GRDC Northern Region, with high chickpea prices and low cereal prices heading into the 2017 season tempting some growers to […]
Tag archive: sclerotinia
Keep up with the latest research information on canola diseases including blackleg and sclerotinia. The following papers were presented at the GRDC Updates across Australia in February and March 2017. Click the paper titles to view the full papers. We’ve also pulled together all the:
Cereal disease papers
Pulse disease papers
Canola disease […]
This webinar was presented by Ravjit Khangura from DAFWA on July 11, 2016. The webinar covers early infection of canola crops with Sclerotinia and when to apply fungicides.
Apothecia emergence is now widespread in Western Australia
Some crops have been infected pre-flowering
Disease epidemics are favoured by continuous wet and […]
Keep up with the latest research information on oilseed diseases including sclerotinia and blackleg. Below are the take home messages from papers presented at the GRDC Updates in February and March 2016.
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Weeds and crop stubble as a pathogen […]
Sclerotinia on a lupin stem. This will result in total plant death and yield loss.
By Alan Meldrum, Pulse Australia.
Reported incidences of Sclerotinia infection in lupin crops have increased across Western Australia’s southern grain growing districts this season. While the focus of the disease is predominantly on canola and lupins, other […]
Keep up with the latest research information on Canola diseases including BWYV, sclerotinia and blackleg. Below are the take home messages from papers presented at the GRDC Updates in February and March 2015. There were no papers in the Western or Northern regions.
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By Sue Thompson, University of Southern Queensland.
A new guide to Successful sunflower production using integrated disease management (IDM) provides information on managing diseases in sunflower within the context of the whole farm rotation.
Comprehensive ready reckoner tables allow growers to review the impact that rotational crops will have on inoculum for […]
In 2013 sclerotinia was observed in all canola producing states, however, it was more severe in North Eastern Victoria, southern New South Wales and some parts of Western Australia. Epidemics of sclerotinia in southern New South Wales and north-eastern Victoria were observed in traditionally high rainfall districts and infection levels […]