Authors

M. Harries, Agriculture Western Australia
W. O'Neill, Agriculture Western Australia
R. French, Agriculture Western Australia
N. Brandon, Agriculture Western Australia
N. Runciman, Agriculture Western Australia
S. White, Agriculture Western Australia
M. Seymour, Agriculture Western Australia
P. White, Agriculture Western Australia
T. White, Agriculture Western Australia
C. Veitch, Agriculture Western Australia
J. Berger, CLIMA and CSIRO Plant Industry
N. C. Turner, CLIMA and CSIRO Plant Industry
K. H. M. Siddique, Agriculture Western Australia & CLIMA
H. Clarke, CLIMA
G. Riethmuller, Agriculture Western Australia
W. MacLeod, Agriculture Western Australia
J. Millar, Agriculture Western Australia
T. N. Khan, Agriculture Western Australia
R. Beermier, Agriculture Western Australia
N. Brown, Agriculture Western Australia
H. Dhammu, Agriculture Western Australia
T. Piper, Agriculture Western Australia
D. Nicholson, Agriculture Western Australia
M. D'Antuono, Agriculture Western Australia
K. Regan, Agriculture Western Australia
J. Clements, Agriculture Western Australia & CLIMA
C. Francis, CLIMA
C. Hanbury, Agriculture Western Australia & CLIMA
C. White, CSIRO
B. Mullan, Agriculture Western Australia
B. Hughes, SARDI, South Australia
R. Bowie, Agriculture Western Australia
J. Warburton, Agriculture Western Australia
P. Fisher, NRE, Victoria
M. Braimbridge, UWA Centre for Land Rehabilitation
F. Hoyle, Agriculture Western Australia
W. Bowden, Agriculture Western Australia
S. Lawrence, University of Western Australia
Z. Rengel, University of Western Australia
S. P. Loss, CSBP futurefarm
M. D. A. Bolland, Agriculture Western Australia
R. Brennan, Agriculture Western Australia
P. Tille, Agriculture Western Australia
N. Schoknecht, Agriculture Western Australia
J. Galloway, Agriculture Western Australia
D. Wright, Agriculture Western Australia
N. Burges, Agriculture Western Australia
R. Jones, Agriculture Western Australia
L. Latham, Agriculture Western Australia
O Edwards, CSIRO Entomology
J. Ridsdill-Smith, CSIRO Entomology
M. J. de Sousa Majer, Curtin University of Technology
N. C. Turner, CSIRO Plant Industry
D. Hardie, Agriculture Western Australia
P. Smith, University of Western Australia
R. Emery, Agriculture Western Australia
E. Kostas, Agriculture Western Australia

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Agriculture Western Australia

City

Perth

Publication Date

21-2-2001

Keywords

Faba bean, germplasm, variety, Desi chickpea, Seed discolouration, chilling, row spacing, sowing rate, seed yield, Kabuli chickpea, ascochyta blight, resistance, Field pea, seed quality, Herbicide tolerance, weed control, Lentil, Post emergent, Vetch, fungicide, Narbon bean, Albus lupin, Time of sowing, Animal feeding trials, Lathyrus development, grey clay soils, phosphorus, zinc, lime pelleting, Black spot, Foliar, virus, aphid, pea weevil, stored grain

Abstract

This session covers sixty six papers from different authors:

1. Pulse Industry Highlights

2. CONTRIBUTORS

3. BACKGROUND

4. SUMMARY OF PREVIOUS RESULTS

2000 REGIONAL ROUNDUP

5. Northern agricultural Region, M. Harries, W. O’Neill, Agriculture Western Australia

6. Central Agricultural Region, R. French, Agriculture Western Australia

7. Great Southern and Lakes,N. Brandon, N. Runciman and S. White,Agriculture Western Australia

8. Esperance, M. Seymour, Agriculture Western Australia

PULSE PRODUCTION AGRONOMY AND GENETIC IMPROVEMENT

Faba bean:

9. germplasm evaluation,

10. Variety evaluation,

11. Sowing rate and time of sowing, Variation in root morphology, P. White and T. Pope, Agriculture Western Australia

Desi chickpea:

12. Breeding highlights,

13. Variety evaluation,

14. Seed discolouration, C. Veitch, Agriculture Western Australia,

15. Performance under drought stress, J. Berger, N.C. Turner, CLIMA and CSIRO Plant Industry , K.H.M. Siddique, Agriculture Western Australia & CLIMA,

16. Resistance to chilling at flowering and to budworm, H. Clarke, CLIMA,

17. Effect of row spacing, sowing rate and orientation on growth and seed yield, G. Riethmuller, W. MacLeod, Agriculture Western Australia

Kabuli chickpea,

18. variety and germplasm evaluation,

19. Premium quality kabuli chickpea development in the ORIA,

20. International screening for ascochyta blight resistance,

21. Evaluation of ascochyta resistant germplasm in Australia

Field pea

22. Breeding highlights,

23. Variety evaluation,

24. Agronomic and varietal effects on seed quality, R. French, J. Millar and T.N. Khan, Agriculture Western Australia,

25. Seed yield and quality in the Great Southern, N. Brandon, R. Beermier, N. Brown and S. White,Agriculture Western Australia,

26. Herbicide tolerance of new varieties and lines, Esperance region, M. Seymour,Agriculture Western Australia,

27. Mullewa, H. Dhammu and T. Piper, D. Nicholson, M. D'Antuono, Agriculture Western Australia

28. Herbicide tolerance of Cooke on marginal soil, H. Dhammu and T. Piper, D.Nicholson, M. D'Antuono, Agriculture Western Australia,

29. Post emergent weed control using Raptor®

Lentil

30. Variety evaluation

31. Evaluation of advanced breeding lines from CIPAL

32. Elite germplasm from ICARDA and ACIAR project, K. Regan,Agriculture Western Australia, J. Clements and K.H.M. Siddique, Agriculture Western Australia and CLIMA, C. Francis CLIMA

33. Single row evaluation of F3/F4 breeding lines, K. Regan,Agriculture Western Australia, J. Clements, Agriculture Western Australia and CLIMA

Vetch

34. Germplasm evaluation

35. Time of sowing x fungicide, M. Seymour, Agriculture Western Australia

36. Tolerance to post emergent application of Sniper® M. Seymour, Agriculture Western Australia

37. Herbicide tolerance

Narbon bean

38. Germplasm evaluation, M. Seymour, Agriculture Western Australia

39. Herbicide tolerance, M. Seymour, Agriculture Western Australia

40. Post emergent use of knockdown herbicides, M. Seymour, Agriculture Western Australia

Albus lupin

41. Time of sowing, N. Brandon and R. Beermier, Agriculture Western Australia

Lathyrus development

42. Field evaluation, C. Hanbury and K.H.M. Siddique, CLIMA and Agriculture Western Australia

43. Animal feeding trials, C. Hanbury and K.H.M. Siddique, Agriculture Western Australia, C. White, CSIRO, B. Mullan, Agriculture Western Australia, B. Hughes, SARDI, South Australia

Species comparison

44. Time of sowing

45. Seed moisture of pulse species at harvest, G.P. Riethmuller and R.J. French Agriculture Western Australia

46.Rotational benefits of pulses on grey clay soils, N. Brandon, R. Beermier, R. Bowie, J. Warburton, Agriculture Western Australia P. Fisher, NRE, Victoria, M. Braimbridge, UWA Centre for Land Rehabilitation , F. Hoyle and W. Bowden, Agriculture Western Australia

47. Pulse species response to phosphorus and zinc, S. Lawrence, Z. Rengel, UWA, S.P. Loss, CSBP futurefarm M.D.A. Bolland, K.H.M. Siddique, W. Bowden, R. Brennan, Agriculture Western Australia

48. The effect of soil applied lime and lime pelleting on pulses, M. Seymour, Agriculture Western Australia

49. Antitranspirants

50. Mapping soils for pulses in the Great Southern, N. Brandon, P. Tille, N. Schoknecht, Agriculture Western Australia

DEMONSTRATION OF PULSES IN THE FARMING SYSTEM

51. New field pea and faba bean varieties in the Great Southern

52. Harvesting methods for field pea in the Great Southern, N. Brandon, R. Beermier, M. Seymour, Agriculture Western Australia

DISEASE AND PEST MANAGEMENT

53.Ascochyta blight of chickpea

54. Seed dressing and sowing depth

55. Foliar fungicide sprays

56. The ascochyta management package for 2001

57. Initiation ascochyta disease from infected stubble, J. Galloway and W. MacLeod, Agriculture Western Australia

58. Black spot of field pea

59. Ascochyta blight of chickpea

60. Ascochyta blight of faba bean

61. Pulse disease diagnostics, D. Wright and N. Burges Agriculture Western Australia

Viruses in pulses

62. Virus infection causes seed discolouration and poor seed quality R. Jones and L. Latham, Agriculture Western Australia

Insect pests

63. Aphid ecology in pulses, O. Edwards, J. Ridsdill-Smith and R. Horbury, CSIRO Entomology

64. Evaluation of transgenic field pea against pea weevils (Bruchus pisorum), Ms M.J. de Sousa Majer, Curtin University of Technology; N.C. Turner, CSIRO Plant Industry and D. Hardie, Agriculture Western Australia

65. Searching for markers for resistance to pea weevil, O. Byrne, CLIMA and Plant Sciences, UWA, N. Galwey, Plant Sciences, UWA, D. Hardie,Agriculture Western Australia and P. Smith, Botany, UWA

66. Improved stored grain fumigation on-farm with Phoscard®, R. Emery and E. Kostas, Agriculture Western Australia

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

PUBLICATIONS BY PULSE PRODUCTIVITY PROJECT STAFF

VARIETIES PRODUCED AND COMMERCIALLY RELEASED

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