Authors

David Eksteen, Department of Agriculture
K. Neil Harker, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
George W. Clayton, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Keith Downey, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada
Keith Alcock, Department of Agriculture
Kevin Walden, Department of Agriculture
Beven Addison, Elders Ltd
Peter Carlton, Elders Ltd
Kevin Morthorpe, Pioneer Hi-bred Australia P/L
Stephen Addenbrooke, Pioneer Hi-bred Australia P/L
Alex Ford, Pioneer Hi-bred Australia P/L
S. Hasan Zaheer, Department of Agriculture
G. Walton, Department of Agriculture
Imma Farré, Department of Agriculture
Paul Carmody, Department of Agriculture
J. A. Fortescue, The University of Western Australia
D. W. Turner, The University of Western Australia
B. Tan, South Perth
Margaret C. Campbell, Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture
Ian Pritchard, Department of Agriculture
Richard W. Bell, Murdoch University
K. Frost, Murdoch University
Mike Wong, CSIRO Land and Water
Ross Brennan, Department of Agriculture
Roger Jones, Department of Agriculture
Jenny Hawkes, Department of Agriculture
Debbie Thackray, Department of Agriculture
Moin U. Salam, Department of Agriculture
Ravjit K. Khangura, Department of Agriculture
Art J. Diggle, Department of Agriculture
Martin Barbetti, Department of Agriculture
Phil Michael, Department of Agriculture
Françoise Berlandier, Department of Agriculture
Chriatiaan Valentine, Department of Agriculture
Greg Shea, Department of Agriculture
Glen Riethmuller, Department of Agriculture
Rafiul Alam, Department of Agriculture
Greg Hamilton, Department of Agriculture
Jo Hawksely, Department of Agriculture
Patrick Smith, CSIRO, Sustainable Ecosystems
Paul Neve, University of Western Australia
Felicity Flugge, University of Western Australia
Amir Abadi, Touchstone Consulting, Mt Hawthorn
Stephen Powles, University of Western Australia
Brett Glencross, Department of Fisheries
John Curnow, Department of Fisheries
Wayne Hawkins, Department of Agriculture

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Department of Agriculture

City

Perth

Publication Date

20-2-2002

Keywords

Genetically modified organisms (GMOs), herbicide tolerance (HT), resistance, canola, weeds, into ‘Genetic Modification-Free Zones’, hybrids, diamondback moth (DBM), insecticides, yield and oil content, late breaks, canola varieties, herbicide options, Clearfield System, maturity, climatic zones, simulation model, Seed source, canola, embyro growth, oil concentration, cotyledon, oilseed species, false flax, crambe, Indian mustard, linseed, Ethiopian mustard, potash, calcium, nutrition, boron, deficiency, sandy acid soils, seed set, seed viability, soil analysis, toxicity, virus, disease, yield loss, risks, BWYV, aphids, model, decision support system, canola stubble, quantitative epidemiology, modelling, blackleg, ascospores, fungicides, residues, resistant, bronzed field beetle, false wireworms, boom spray, aerial application, GrainGuard, bio-security, sowing depths, Large canola seed, seeding technique, Roundup Ready, glyphosate, wild radish, triazine, aquaculture, canola meals, digestible protein

Abstract

This session covers twenty seven papers from different authors:

1. Forward and acknowledgements, Dave Eksteen, ACTING MANAGER OILSEEDS PRODUCTIVITY AND INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT Department of Agriculture

PLENARY SESSION

2. GMO canola - Track record in Canada, K. Neil Harker and George W. Clayton,Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Lacombe Research Centre, Lacombe, Alberta, R. Keith Downey, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Saskatoon Research Centre, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

3. GMO canola – Prospects in Western Australia farming systems, Keith Alcock, Crop Improvement Institute, Department of Agriculture

4. Diamondback moth (DBM) in canola, Kevin Walden, Department of Agriculture

CANOLA AGRONOMY

5. Getting the best out of canola in the low rainfall central wheatbelt, Bevan Addison and Peter Carlton, Elders Ltd

6. Canola variety performance in Western Australia, Kevin Morthorpe, Stephen Addenbrooke and Alex Ford, Pioneer Hi-Bred Australia P/L

7. Relative performance of new canola varieties in Department of Agriculture variety trials in 2000 and 2001, S. Hasan Zaheer, GSARI, Department of Agriculture, G. Walton, Crop Improvement Institute, Department of Agriculture

8. Which canola cultivar should I sow? Imma Farré, CSIRO Plant Industry, Floreat, Bill Bowden,Western Australia Department of Agriculture

9. The effect of seed generation and seed source on yield and quality of canola, Paul Carmody, Department of Agriculture

10. The accumulation of oil in Brassica species, J.A. Fortescue and D.W. Turner, Plant Biology, Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences, The University of Western Australia, B. Tan, PO Box 1249, South Perth

11. Potential and performance of alternative oilseeds in WA, Margaret C. Campbell, Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture

12. Comparison of oilseed crops in WA, Ian Pritchard and Paul Carmody, Department of Agriculture, Centre for Cropping Systems, Margaret Campbell, Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture

13. Identifying constraints to canola production, Dave Eksteen, Canola Development Officer, Department of Agriculture

14. Boron – should we be worried about it? Richard W. BellA, K. FrostA, Mike WongB, and Ross BrennanC , ASchool of Environmental Science, Murdoch University, BCSIRO Land and Water, CDepartment of Agriculture

PEST AND DISEASE 15. Yield losses caused when Beet Western Yellows Virus infects canola, Roger Jones and Jenny Hawkes, Department of Agriculture, and Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture

16. Influence of climate on aphid outbreaks and virus epidemics in canola, Debbie Thackray, Jenny Hawkes and Roger Jones, Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture and Department of Agriculture

17. The annual shower of blackleg ascospores in canola: Can we predict and avoid it? Moin U. Salam, Ravjit K. Khangura, Art J. Diggle and Martin J. Barbetti, Department of Agriculture

18. Environmental influences on production and release of ascospores of blackleg and their implications in blackleg management in canola, Ravjit K. Khangura, Martin J. Barbetti , Moin U. Salam and Art J. Diggle, Department of Agriculture

19. WA blackleg resistance ratings on canola varieties form 2002, Ravjit Khangura, Martin J. Barbetti and Graham Walton, Department of Agriculture

20. Bronzed field beetle management in canola, Phil Michael, Department of Agriculture

21. DBM control in canola: Aerial versus boom application, Paul Carmody, Department of Agriculture

22. Effect of single or multiple spray trearments on the control of Diamondback moth (Plutella xylostella) and yield of canola at Wongan Hills, Françoise Berlandier, Paul Carmody and Christiaan Valentine, Department of Agriculture

ESTABLISHMENT

23. GrainGuardÔ - A biosecurity plan for the canola industry, Greg Shea, Department of Agriculture

24. Large canola seed is best, particularly for deep sowing, Glen Riethmuller, Rafiul Alam, Greg Hamilton and Jo Hawksley, Department of Agriculture

25. Canola establishment with seed size, tines and discs, with and without stubble, Glen Riethmuller, Rafiul Alam, Greg Hamilton and Jo Hawksley, Department of Agriculture

WEEDS

26. Role of Roundup ReadyÒ canola in the farming system, Art Diggle1, Patrick Smith2, Paul Neve3, Felicity Flugge4, Amir Abadi5, Stephen Powles3 1Department of Agriculture, 2CSIRO, Sustainable Ecosystems, 3Western Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative, University of Western Australia, 4Centre for Legumes in Mediterranean Agriculture, University of Western Australia, 5Touchstone Consulting,

Mt Hawthorn

FEED

27. Getting value from canola meals in the animal feed industries: Aquaculture, Brett Glencross and John Curnow, Department of Fisheries - Government of Western Australia and Wayne Hawkins, Department of Agriculture



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