Authors

Mark Sweetingham, Agriculture Western Australia
Beven J. Buirchell, Agriculture Western Australia
Bob French, Agriculture Western Australia
Laurie Wahlsten, Agriculture Western Australia
Janet Wtoth, University of Western Australia
Kirsty Bayliss, University of Western Australia
Wallace Cowling, University of Western Australia
R. F. Brennan, Agriculture Western Australia
Miles Dracup, Agriculture Western Australia
Nick Galwey, University of Western Australia
Bob Thomsom, University of Western Australia
Moin Salam, Agriculture Western Australia
Art Diggle, Agriculture Western Australia
Geoff Thomas, Agriculture Western Australia
Bill O'Neill, Agriculture Western Australia
Debbie Thackray, Agriculture Western Australia
Kevin Walden, Agriculture Western Australia
M. Shankar, CLIMA & Agriculture Western Australia
Dominie Wright, Agriculture Western Australia
Nichole Burges, Agriculture Western Australia
Hu'aan Yang, CLIMA
Ming Pei You, Agriculture Western Australia
David Bowran, Agriculture Western Australia
Abul Hashem, Agriculture Western Australia
Nerys Wilkins, Agriculture Western Australia
Aik Cheam, Agriculture Western Australia
Terry Piper, Agriculture Western Australia
Paul Blackwell, Agriculture Western Australia
Miles Obst, Mingenew
Andrew Sandison, Elders Ltd
Cameron Weeks, Mingenew-Irwin Group
Erin Hasson, Mingenew-Irwin Group
Luigi Moreschi, CSBP futurefarm
Brett Glencross, Fisheries WA, Fremantle
Jon Clements, CLIMA
Miles Dracup, Agriculture Western Australia
Ramon Hall, Deakin University, Melbourne,
Stuart Johnson, Deakin University, Melbourne,
Madeleine Ball, Deakin University, Melbourne,
Sofia Sipsas, Agriculture Western Australia
David Petterson, Agriculture Western Australia

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Agriculture Western Australia

City

Perth

Publication Date

21-2-2001

Keywords

Lupin varieties, soil type, rainfall environment, haploid, embryogenesis, manganese, residual value, plant density, anthracnose, seed infection, blue lupin, seed treatment, rainfall pattern, ‘green bridge’, diseases, viral and fungal diseases, aphids, insect pest, anthracnose, seed dressing, Phomopsis stem blight, gene resistance, Lupinus angustifolius, Diaporthe toxica, diagnostic service, nutrient deficiency, variation in virulence, host preference, yellow lupin strain, alternate hosts, stubble, wild radish, weeds, herbicide, seed set, seedbank, rotation, wheat, inter-row, knockdowns, ryegrass, tramline, 2, 4-D Ester 80%, furrow sowing, protein content, variety differences, ‘Flexi-N’, foliar application, aquaculture, feed ingredient, kernel meals, seed quality, fibre, seed coat, hull, pod wall, human food, lupin-based foods

Abstract

This session covers twenty six papers from different authors:

INTRODUCTION,

1. Introduction, Dr Mark Sweetingham LUPIN RESEARCH AND INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT, Agriculture Western Australia

VARIETIES

2. Lupin variety performance: Are you making the most of it? Bevan J. Buirchell, Agriculture Western Australia

3. Adaption of restricted-branching lupins in Western Australia, Bob French and Laurie Wahlsten, Agriculture Western Australia

4. Isolated microspore culture of lupin for production of doubled haploids, Dr Janet Wroth, Dr Kirsty Bayliss and A/Prof. Wallace Cowling, Plant Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture, The University of Western Australia

NUTRITION

5. Banding manganese fertiliser below the seed increases seed yields of narrow-leafed lupins, R.F. Brennan, Agriculture Western Australia

6. Residual value of manganese fertiliser for lupin grain production, R.F. Brennan, Agriculture Western Australia

AGRONOMY

7. Lupin seeding density, Miles Dracup, Agriculture Western Australia, Nick Galwey, University of Western Australia and Bob Thomson, University of Western AustraliaPESTS AND DISEASES

8. Anthracnose in lupins – understanding the risk, Moin Salam, Art Diggle, Geoff Thomas, Mark Sweetinghamand Bill O’Neill, Agriculture Western Australia

9. Implications of the ‘green bridge’ for viral and fungal disease carry-over between seasons, Debbie Thackray, Agriculture Western Australia and Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture

10. Insect pest development in WA via the ‘green bridge’, Kevin Walden, Agriculture Western Australia

11. Lupin anthracnose – seed infection thresholds, Geoff Thomas, Agriculture Western Australia

12. Identification and characterisation of resistance genes to Phomopsis blight in narrow-leafed lupin, M. Shankar1, M.W. Sweetingham1&2 and W.A. Cowling1&3 , 1Co-operative Research Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture, 2Agriculture Western Australia, 3Plant Sciences

13. Plant disease diagnostics, Dominie Wright and Nichole Burges, Agriculture Western Australia

14. Detection of strains of Phomopsis exhibiting species preference in lupins, M. Shankar, 1Co-operative Research Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture and M.W. Sweetingham, Agriculture Western Australia

15. Potential alternate host for the lupin anthracnose pathogen, Geoff Thomasa, Hu’aan Yangb, Mark Sweetinghamab and Ming Pei Youa, aAgriculture Western Australia, bCooperative Research Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture

WEEDS

16. Wild radish – the implications for our rotations, Dr David Bowran, Centre for Cropping Systems

17. Competitiveness of wild radish in a wheat – lupin rotation, Abul Hashem, Nerys Wilkins, and Terry Piper, Agriculture Western Australia

18. Population explosion and persistence of wild radish in a wheat-lupin rotation, Abul Hashem, Nerys Wilkins, Aik Cheam and Terry Piper, Agriculture Western Australia

19. Inter-row knockdowns for profitable lupins, Paul Blackwell, Agriculture Western Australia, Miles Obst, Mingenew

20. Is it safe to use 2,4-D Ester 80% pre-sowing when furrow sowing lupins? Andrew Sandison, Elders Ltd

QUALITY AND MARKET DEVELOPMENT

21. Lupin protein – what we know, Bill O’Neill, Agriculture Western Australia

22. Foliar N application increases grain protein in lupins, Bob French and Laurie Wahlsten, Agriculture Western Australia

23. Can lupin grain protein be increased with Flexi-N? Cameron Weeks, Erin Hasson, Mingenew-Irwin Group and Luigi Moreschi, CSBP futurefarm

24. Putting a value on lupin use in the aquaculture industry: a fishy business? Brett D. Glencross, Fisheries WA, Fremantle Maritime Centre, Fremantle

25. Selection for thinner seed coats and pod walls in lupins, Jon Clements, Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture and Miles Dracup, Agriculture Western Australia

26. Assessing the nutritional benefit of Australian sweet lupin (Lupinus angustifolius) in human foods, Ramon Hall (SPIRT PhD scholar), Stuart Johnson, Madeleine Ball, Deakin University, Melbourne, Sofia Sipsas and David Petterson, Agriculture Western Australia

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