Authors

Vanessa Stewart, Department of Agriculture
Alexander Douglas, Department of Agriculture
Peter Newman, Department of Agriculture
Glen Adams, Department of Agriculture
Andrew Blake, Department of Agriculture
Natalie Lauritsen, Department of Agriculture
Sally Peltzer, Department of Agriculture
Paul Matson, Department of Agriculture
Abul Hasham, Department of Agriculture
Nerys Wilkins, Department of Agriculture
David Minkey, Department of Agriculture
Glen Riethmuller, Department of Agriculture
Tim Cusack, University of Western Australia
Kathryn Steadman, University of Western Australia
Pippa Michael, Department of Agriculture
Paul Blackwell, Department of Agriculture
Dave Brindal, Strawberry, via Mingenew
Glen Adam, Department of Agriculture
Michael Walsh, University of Western Australia
Wayne Parker, Department of Agriculture
Clinton Revell, Department of Agriculture
Giles Glasson, Department of Agriculture
Dean Thomas, University of Western Australia
Alister Draper, University of Western Australia
Bill Roy, University of western Australia
Marta Monjardin, University of Western Australia
David Pannell, University of Western Australia
Stephen Powles, University of Western Australia
Robert Barrett-Lennard, University of Western Australia
Martin Bent, Muresk Institute of Agriculture
Paul Neve, University of Western Australia
Art Diggle, Department of Agriculture
Patrick Smith, CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems
Mechelle Owen, University of Western Australia
Abul Hashem, Department of Agriculture
Christopher Preston, University of Adelaide
Tracey Gillam, University of Western Australia
Rick Llewellyn, University of Western Australia
Richard Quinlan, Elders Ltd
Aik Cheam, Department of Agriculture
Siew Lee, Department of Agriculture
Mike Clarke, Aventis Crop Science
David Nicholson, Department of Agriculture
Harmoohinder S. Dhammu, Department of Agriculture
Terry Piper, Department of Agriculture
Chad Sayer, Nufarm Australia Limited
Ian Rose, Department of Agriculture
Andrew Blake, Department of Agriculture
Jerome Critch, University of Western Australia
Gordon R. Cumming, Crop Care Australia
Sam Taylor, Wesfarmers Landmark
John Moore, Department of Agriculture
Rosyln Jettner, Department of Agriculture
Stuart Bee, Muresk Institute of Agriculture
Lionel Martin, Muresk Institute of Agriculture
Keith Devenish, Department of Agriculture
Felicity Flugge, University of Western Australia
Amir Abadi, Touchstone Consulting
Duncan Peter, Department of Agriculture
Stuart McAlpine, Liebe Group, Buntine

Document Type

Conference Proceeding

Publisher

Department of Agriculture

City

Perth

Publication Date

20-2-2002

Keywords

Integrated weed management, ryegrass, herbicide resistance, pasture, weeds, seed bank, stimulate emergence, seed size, nutrient uptake, protein percentage, lupin protein, seed nutrients, time of sowing, wheat, seeding rates, row spacing, seeding method, autumn tickle, trifluralin, annual ryegrass, non-wetting soil, mouldboard plough, inversion of soil, weed emergence, lupin yield penalty, crop topping, Gramoxone®, Wick Wiper, glyphosate, pasture, seed collection, chaff carts, wild radish, legume, biserrula, grazing, agronomist, Resistance and Integrated Management, wild radish, multi-species RIM model, weed management, crop rotations, training workshops, risk, economics, paraquat, testing, multi-treatment boom, Group F, cross resistance, diflufenican, picolinafen, varieties interaction, barley, Durum wheat, field peas, phytotoxicity, moisture stress, marginal soil, Desi chickpea, lupin, legume, Spray.Seed®, grass weeds, knockdown, Hammer EC., marshmallow, reduced tillage, Dual Gold®, Diuron, crop topping, germination, melon control, allelopathic effects, French serradella, goosefoot, silver grass, windmill grass, canola, Roundup Ready (RR), animal foodstuffs, e-weed

Abstract

This session covers fifty eight papers from different authors:

1. INTRODUCTION Vanessa Stewart, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

INTEGRATED WEED MANAGEMENT

IWM system studies / demonstration sites

2. Major outcomes from IWM demonstration sites, Alexandra Douglas Department of Agriculture

3. Integrated weed management: Katanning, Alexandra Douglas Department of Agriculture

4. Integrated weed management: Merredin, Vanessa Stewart Department of Agriculture

5. Long term resistance site: Get ryegrass numbers low and keep them low! Peter Newman and Glen Adams Department of Agriculture

6. Using pastures to manage ryegrass populations, Andrew Blake and Natalie Lauritsen Department of Agriculture

Weed biology and competition

7. Understanding the weed seed bank life if important agricultural weeds, Sally Peltzer and Paul Matson Department of Agriculture

8. Consequence of radish competition on lupin nutrients in wheat-lupin rotation, Abul Hashem and Nerys Wilkins Department of Agriculture

9. Consequence of ryegrass competition on lupin nutrients in a wheat-lupin rotation, Abul Hashem and Nerys Wilkins Department of Agriculture

10. Brome grass too competitive for early sown wheat in a dry year at Mullewa, Peter Newman and Glenn Adam Department of Agriculture

Crop establishment and weed management

11. Seeding rate, row spacing and herbicides for weed control, David Minkey Department of Agriculture

12. Effect of different seeding methods on wheat and ryegrass, Abul Hashem, Glen Riethmuller and Nerys Wilkins Department of Agriculture

13. Role of tillage implements and trifluralin on the effectiveness of the autumn tickle for stimulating annual ryegrass emergence, Tim Cusack1, Kathryn Steadman1 and Abul Hashem2,1Western Australia Herbicide Resistance Initiative, UWA; 2Department of Agriculture,

14. Timing of autumn tickle in important for non-wetting soils, Pippa Michael1, Peter Newman2 and Kathryn Steadman 2, 1Western Australia Herbicide Resistance Initiative, UWA, 2Department of Agriculture

15. Early investigation into weed seed burial by mouldboard plough, Sally Peltzer and Alex Douglas Department of Agriculture

16. Rolling post-emergent lupins to improve weed emergence and control on loamy sand, Paul Blackwell, Department of Agriculture and Dave Brindal, Strawberry via Mingenew

IWM tools

17. Crop topping in 2001: How did we do? Peter Newman and Glenn Adam Department of Agriculture

18. Wickwipers work! Peter Newman and Glenn Adam Department of Agriculture

19. Wild radish and ryegrass seed collection at harvest: Chaff carts and other devices, Michael Walsh Western Australia Herbicide Resistance Initiative, UWA and Wayne Parker Department of Agriculture

20. Improving weed control in grazed pastures using legumes with low palatability, Clinton Revell, Giles Glasson Department of Agriculture, and Dean Thomas Faculty of Agriculture, University of Western Australia

Adoption and modelling

21. Grower weed survey, Peter Newman and Glenn Adam Department of Agriculture

22. Agronomist survey, Peter Newman and Glenn Adam Department of Agriculture

23. Ryegrass RIM model stands the test of IWM field trial data, Alister Draper Western Australia Herbicide Resistance Initiative, UWA and Bill Roy, Western Australia Herbicide Resistance Initiative, UWA Agricultural Consulting and Research Services

24. Multi-species RIM: An update, Marta Monjardin1,2, David Pannell2 and Stephen Powles 1, 1Western Australia Herbicide Resistance Initiative, UWA, 2 ARE, University of Western Australia

25. RIM survey feedback, Robert Barrett-Lennard and Alister Draper Western Australia Herbicide Resistance Initiative, UWA

26. Effect of historic input and product prices on choice of ryegrass management strategies, Alister Draper1 and Martin Bent2, 1Western Australia Herbicide Resistance Initiative, UWA, 2Muresk Institute of Agriculture

27. Living with ryegrass – trading off weed control and economic performance, Martin Bent1 and Alister Draper2 , 1Muresk Institute of Agriculture, Curtin University, 2Western Australia Herbicide Resistance Initiative, UWA

HERBICIDE RESISTANCE

28. Glyphosate resistance in WA and Australia: Where are we at? Paul Neve1, Art Diggle2, Patrick Smith3, Mechelle Owen1, Abul Hashem2, Christopher Preston4and Stephen Powles1,1Western Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative, University of Western Australia, 2Department of Agriculture, 3CSIRO Sustainable Ecosystems, 4CRC for Australian Weed Management and Department of Applied and Molecular Ecology, Waite Campus, University of Adelaide

29. We need you weeds: A survey of knockdown resistance in the WA wheatbelt, Paul Neve1, Mechelle Owen1, Abul Hashem2 and Stephen Powles1 1Western Australian Herbicide Resistance Initiative, University of Western Australia, 2Department of Agriculture

30. A test for resistance testing, Mechelle Owen, Tracey Gillam, Rick Llewellyn and Steve Powles,Western Australia Herbicide Resistance Initiative, University of Western Australia

31. In field testing for herbicide resistance, a purpose built multi-treatment spray boom with results from 2001, Richard Quinlan, Elders Ltd

32. Advantages and limitations of a purpose built multi-treatment spray boom, Richard Quinlan, Elders Ltd

33. Group F resistant wild radish: What’s new? Aik Cheam, Siew Lee Department of Agriculture, and Mike Clarke Aventis Crop Science

34. Cross resistance of Brodal® resistant wild radish to Sniper®, Aik Cheam and Siew Lee, Department of Agriculture

35. Managing a biotype of wild radish with Group F and Group C resistance, Aik Cheam, Siew Lee, David Nicholson, Peter Newman Department of Agriculture and Mike Clarke, Aventis Crop Science

HERBICIDE TOLERANCE

36. Herbicide tolerance of new wheat varieties, Harmohinder S. Dhammu, Terry Piper and David Nicholson, Agriculture Western Australia

37. Response of barley varieties to herbicides, Harmohinder S. Dhammu, Terry Piper, Department of Agriculture

38. Tolerance of barley to phenoxy herbicides, Harmohinder S. Dhammu, Terry Piper, Department of Agriculture and Chad Sayer, Nufarm Australia Limited

39. Response of Durum wheats to herbicides, Harmohinder S. Dhammu, Terry Piper, Department of Agriculture

40. Response of new field pea varieties to herbicides, Harmohinder S. Dhammu, Terry Piper and David Nicholson, Department of Agriculture

41. Herbicide tolerance of Desi chickpeas on marginal soil, Harmohinder S. Dhammu, Terry Piper and David Nicholson, Department of Agriculture

42. Herbicide tolerance of newer lupin varieties, Terry Piper, Harmohinder Dhammu and David Nicholson, Department of Agriculture

43. Herbicide tolerance of some annual pasture legumes, Clinton Revell and Ian Rose, Department of Agriculture

44. Herbicide tolerance of pasture legumes, Andrew Blake, Department of Agriculture

HERBICIDES – NEW PRODUCTS/PRODUCT USES; USE

45. Knockdown herbicides do not reliably kill small grass weeds, Peter Newman and Glenn Adam, Department of Agriculture

46. ‘Hair Cutting’ wheat with Spray.Seed®: Does it work? Peter Newman and Glenn Adam, Department of Agriculture

47. ‘Haircutting’: Does the number one cut work? Robert Barrett-Lennard1 and Jerome Critch2,1WA Herbicide Resistance Initiative, University of WA, 2Student, University of WA

48. Hammer EC (Carfentrazone-ethyl): A mixing partner for glyphosate to enhance the control of difficult broadleaf weeds, Gordon R. Cumming, Crop Care Australasia

49. Marshmallow control in reduced tillage systems, Sam Taylor, Wesfarmers Landmark

50. Herbicide options for summer germinating marshmallow, Vanessa Stewart, Department of Agriculture

51. Dual Gold® safe in a dry year at Coorow, Peter Newman and Glenn Adam, Department of Agriculture

52. The effect of glyphosate, paraquat and diquat as a crop topping application on the germination of barley, John Moore and Roslyn Jettner, Department of Agriculture

53. Herbicide options for melon control, Vanessa Stewart, Department of Agriculture

54. Herbicide options for the control of Chloris truncate (windmill grass) Vanessa Stewart, Department of Agriculture

55. Allelopathic effects of crop, pasture and weed residues on subsequent crop and pasture establishment, Stuart Bee1, Lionel Martin1, Keith Devenish2 and Terry Piper2, 1Muresk Institute of Agriculture, Curtin University of Technology, Northam, Western Australia, 2Centre for Cropping Systems, Department of Agriculture

WEED ISSUES

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

57. ’Weeds for Feed’ and livestock enterprise structures: A feasibility study and farmer survey in the north-easern wheatbelt, Duncan Peter and Stuart McAlpine, Department of Agriculture and Liebe Group, Buntine

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

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