Tag archive: Septoria tritici

Protect wheat from Septoria tritici this spring

Septoria tritici with black fruiting bodies pycinidia. Source: Frank Henry (Agriculture Victoria)

Septoria tritici blotch is present in wheat crops in the Victoria Wimmera and across the medium and high rainfalls regions of SA. Agronomists and growers are encouraged to monitor their wheat for symptoms, with a view to fungicide control if necessary.
This disease was common at low levels in the Wimmera […]

Latest on Cereal disease – 2016 GRDC Update papers

Keep up with the latest research information on cereal diseases including Septoria tritici blotch of wheat, spot and net blotch of barley, rhizoctonia root rot, crown rot and the cereal rusts. The following papers were presented at the GRDC Updates across Australia in February and March 2016.

Southern region papers
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What Australia can learn from the UK about Septoria tritici?

Patrick Stephenson, National Institute of Agricultural Botany, UK, talks about what Australia can learn about the UK experience in managing fungicide resistance in Septoria tritici. It was filmed at the GRDC Septoria Fungicide Resistance and Management Workshop in August 2015
 

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Fungicide resistance develops in Septoria tritici in Australia

Andrew Milgate, NSW DPI, talks about the development of fungicide resistance in Septoria tritici in Australia. It was filmed at the GRDC Septoria Fungicide Resistance and Management Workshop in August 2015.
 

This video is part of a series on Managing Septoria tritici in the High Rainfall Zone (Youtube playlist)
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Minimising fungicide resistance in Septoria tritici

Andrew Milgate, NSW DPI, talks about minimising fungicide resistance in Septoria tritici. It was filmed at the GRDC Septoria Fungicide Resistance and Management Workshop in August 2015.

This video is part of a series on Managing Septoria tritici in the High Rainfall Zone (Youtube playlist)
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