Authors

Vanessa Stewart, Agriculture Western Australia
David Bowran, Agriculture Western Australia
Alexandra Wallace, Agriculture Western Australia
Bill Roy, Agricultural Consulting and Research Services Pty Ltd, York
Peter Newman, Agriculture Western Australia
Cameron Weeks
Tony Blake
Dave Nicholson, Agriculture Western Australia
Clinton Revell, Agriculture Western Australia
Candy Hudson, Agriculture Western Australia
Abul Hashem, Agriculture Western Australia
Nerys Wilkins, Agriculture Western Australia
Terry Piper, Agriculture Western Australia
Aik Cheam, Agriculture Western Australia
Amanda Ellery, CSIRO
Ross Chapman, CSIRO
Sally Peltzert, Agriculture Western Australia
Robert Barrett-Lennard, Agriculture Western Australia
Marta Monjardino, Western Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative
David Pannell, University of Western Australia
Stephen Powles, Western Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative
Rick Llewellyn, University of WA
Paul Blackwell, Agriculture Western Australia
Maurice Black, Harbour Lights Estate, Geraldton
Miles Obst, Farmer Mingenew
Mike Collins, Agriculture Western Australia
Julie Roche, Agriculture Western Australia
Harmohinder S. Dhammu, Agriculture Western Australia
Siew Lee, Agriculture Western Australia
Mario D'Antuono, Agriculture Western Australia
Ian Rose, Agriculture Western Australia
Diana Fedorenko, Agriculture Western Australia
Clayton Butterly, Agriculture Western Australia
Stuart McAlpine, Agriculture Western Australia
Keith Devenish, Agriculture Western Australia
John Moore, Agriculture Western Australia
Paul Matson, Agriculture Western Australia
Shannon Barraclough, Muresk Institute of Agriculture, Curtin University of Technology
Lionel Martin, Muresk Institute of Agriculture, Curtin University of Technology
Mike Clarke, Aventis CropScience
Jonas Hodgson, Aventis CropScience
Lawrence Price, Aventis CropScience
Craig Brown, IAMA Agribusiness
Gordon Cumming, Crop Care Australasia
Bill Crabtree, Western Australian No-Tillage Farmers Association
Jenny Hawkes, CLIMA and Agriculture Western Australia
Roger Jones, CLIMA and Agriculture Western Australia

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Agriculture Western Australia

City

Perth

Publication Date

21-2-2001

Keywords

Wild radish, cropping systems, integrated weed management, herbicide resistance, annual ryegrass, demonstration, brown manured, cadiz, wheat, canola, lupins, crop top, pasture, serradella, screening, rotation, seed dormancy biology, seed bank, barley grass, Ryegrass Integrated Management (RIM), workshops, multi-species model, transgenic crop, extension, adoption, tramlines, wheeled, inter-row knockdown, legume crops, cross seeding, non-chemical, chaff, Fop and Dim, wild oat, Monza®, triazines, diflufenican, testing, phenoxy, tolerance, zadok’s growth scale, MCPA, 2, 4-D ester, 2, 4-D amine, double ridge, durum wheat, pea varieties, Cooke field peas, soils, herbage, lucerne establishment, capeweed, application time, diuron, yield response, Canola, peaola, balance®, chickpea, wild radish, simazine, Marshmallow, Affinity DF, ‘protox’ inhibitors, Hammer EC, Spray.Seed®, glyphosate, pendimethalin, barley yellow dwarf virus, aphids, over-summering, grass species, e-weed

Abstract

This session covers forty six papers from different authors:

1. INTRODUCTION, Vanessa Stewart, Agriculture Western Australia

PLENARY

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

INTEGRATED WEED MANAGEMENT

IWM system studies/demonstration sites

3. Integrated weed management: Cadoux, Alexandra Wallace, Agriculture Western Australia

4. A system approach to managing resistant ryegrass, Bill Roy, Agricultural Consulting and Research Services Pty Ltd, York

5. Long term herbicide resistance demonstration, Peter Newman, Agriculture Western Australia, Cameron Weeks, Tony Blake and Dave Nicholson

6. Integrated weed management: Katanning, Alexandra Wallace, Agriculture Western Australia

7. Integrated weed management: Merredin, Vanessa Stewart, Agriculture Western Australia

8. Short term pasture phases for weed control, Clinton Revell and Candy Hudson, Agriculture Western Australia

Weed biology – implications for IWM

9. Competitivness of wild radish in a wheat-lupin rotation , Abul Hashem, Nerys Wilkins, and Terry Piper, Agriculture Western Australia

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

11. Variation is seed dormancy and management of annual ryegrass, Amanda Ellery and Ross Chapman, CSIRO

12. Can we eradicate barley grass, Sally Peltzer, Agriculture Western Australia

Adoption and modelling

13. Where to with RIM? Vanessa Stewart1 and Robert Barrett-Lennard2, 1Agriculture Western Australia, 2Western Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative (WAHRI)

14. Multi-species RIM model, Marta Monjardino1,2, David Pannell2 and Stephen Powles1 1Western Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative (WAHRI), 2ARE, University of Western Australia

15. What causes WA grain growers to adopt IWM practices? Rick Llewellyn, WAHRI/ARE, Faculty of Agriculture, University of WA

New options for IWM?

16. Fuzzy tramlines for more yield and less weeds, Paul Blackwell Agriculture Western Australia, and Maurice Black, Harbour Lights Estate, Geraldton

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

18. Row cropping and weed control in lupins, Mike Collins and Julie Roche, Agriculture Western Australia

19. Cross seedimg suppresses annual ryegrass and increases wheat yield, Abul Hashem, Dave Nicholson and Nerys Wilkins Agriculture Western Australia

20. Weed control by chaff burial, Mike Collins, Agriculture Western Australia

HERBICIDE RESISTANCE

21. Resistance in wild oats to Fop and Dim herbicides in Western Australia, Abul Hashem and Harmohinder Dhammu, Agriculture Western Australia

22. Triazine and diflufenican resistance in wild radish: what it means to the lupin industry, Aik Cheam, Siew Lee, David Nicholson and Peter Newman, Agriculture Western Australia

23. Comparison if in situ v seed testing for determining herbicide resistance, Bill Roy, Agricultural Consulting and Research Services Pty Ltd, York

HERBICIDE TOLERANCE

24. Phenoxy herbicide tolerance of wheat, Peter Newman and Dave Nicholson, Agriculture Western Australia

25. Tolerance of wheat to phenoxy herbicides, Harmohinder S. Dhammu, Terry Piper and Mario F. D'Antuono, Agriculture Western Australia

26. Herbicide tolerance of new wheats, Harmohinder S. Dhammu, Terry Piper and David F. Nicholson, Agriculture Western Australia

27. Herbicide tolerance of durum wheats, Harmohinder S. Dhammu, Terry Piper and David F. Nicholson, Agriculture Western Australia

28. Herbicide tolerance of new field pea varieties, Harmohinder S. Dhammu, Terry Piper, David F. Nicholson, and Mario F. D'Antuono, Agriculture Western Australia

29. Herbicide tolerance of Cooke field peas on marginal soil, Harmohinder S. Dhammu, Terry Piper, David F. Nicholson, and Mario F. D'Antuono, Agriculture Western Australia

30. Herbicide tolerance of some annual pasture legumes adapted to coarse textured sandy soils, Clinton Revell and Ian Rose, Agriculture Western Australia

31 Herbicide tolerance of some annual pasture legumes adapted to fine textured clay soils, Clinton Revell and Ian Rose, Agriculture Western Australia

WEED CONTROL IN LUCERNE

32. Management of weeds for Lucerne establishment, Diana Fedorenko, Clayton Butterly, Stuart McAlpine, Terry Piper and David Bowran, Centre for Cropping Systems, Agriculture Western Australia

33. Management of weeds in the second year of Lucerne, Diana Fedorenko, Clayton Butterly, Stuart McAlpine, Terry Piper and David Bowran, Centre for Cropping Systems, Agriculture Western Australia

34. Residual effects of weed management in the third year of Lucerne, Diana Fedorenko, Clayton Butterly, Stuart McAlpine, Terry Piper and David Bowran, Centre for Cropping Systems, Agriculture Western Australia

35. Herbicide tolerance and weed control in Lucerne, Peter Newman, Dave Nicholson and Keith Devenish Agriculture Western Australia

HERBICIDES – NEW PRODUCTS/PRODUCE USES; USE

New products or product use

36. New herbicide options for canola, John Moore and Paul Matson, Agriculture Western Australia

37. Chemical broadleaf weed management in Peaola, Shannon Barraclough and Lionel Martin, Muresk Institute of Agriculture, Curtin University of Technology

38. Balance® - a new broad leaf herbicide for the chickpea industry, Mike Clarke, Jonas Hodgson and Lawrence Price, Aventis CropScience

39. Marshmallow – robust herbicide strategies, Craig Brown, IAMA Agribusiness

40. Affinity DF – a prospective option for selective in-crop marshmallow control, Gordon Cumming, Technical Officer, Crop Care Australasia

41. A new formulation of Carfentrazone-ethyl for pre-seeding knockdown control of broadleaved weeds including Marshmallow, Gordon Cumming, Technical Officer, Crop Care Australasia

Herbicide use

42. Autumn applied trifluralin can be effective! Bill Crabtree, Scientific Officer, Western Australian No-Tillage Farmers Association

43. Which knockdown herbicide for small ryegrass? Peter Newman and Dave Nicholson, Agriculture Western Australia

44. Poor radish control with Group D herbicides in lupins, Peter Newman and Dave Nicholson, Agriculture Western Australia

WEED ISSUES

45. Distribution and incidence of aphids and barley yellow dwarf virus in over-summering grasses in the WA wheatbelt, Jenny Hawkes and Roger Jones, CLIMA and Agriculture Western Australia

46. e-weed, Vanessa Stewart, Agriculture Western Australia

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